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Milo is our baby bunny, a dwarf mix, and he'll be a year old next month. Lola is our new addition who we are hoping to bond with Milo. She's quite the troublemaker, figuring out how to bust out of her pen, and now she has a padlock (no joke!). Hopefully once they are bonded they can both be free range, because they are both love to be free, although both of them are diggers.
Here are some pics! We have less of Lola because we've only had her for a month, and it's also hard to get her to stay still enough to get a pic!
Both of our buns love to snuggle with our orange tabby, Luther (a.k.a. the most submissive cat ever). And I thought we'd throw in a picture of Ebony, our pug/lab/something, to round out the furry fam!
She's not trained well enough yet to socialize with the buns (she's a rescue as well) but she was top of her class for obedience, so one day soon!