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It's been forever since I have posted something on this site. I've been checking on posts and reading comments though.I had been so busy, but today I decided to take a break from studying for my finals to get on her haha. Well my rabbit Asley seems to have gotten even bigger. When we first got her we were told she was a Netherland Dwarf, but she kept getting larger. She is currently about six pounds and seems to stil be growing. lol
Well I can't really think of anything else to say.