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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > Welcome ! > hello and can someone help identify bunny?
Last Post by Elrohwen at 2/17/2010 6:06 AM (30 Replies)
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User is Offline MirBear
Kitchener, Ont. Ca.
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2/13/2010 5:37 PM
deffinatly looks like a little nethie... looks like a litlle white monkey
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User is Offline Beka27
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2/15/2010 1:35 AM
He is so cute! Not entirely sure on the breed but I think everyone had great guesses! Are his paws actually gray, b/c they might be stained from newspaper like my buns. I made them a newspaper diggy box and now all 8 paws have a gray tinge to them. Not a big deal, just don't be surprised if in a couple months his paws are suddenly white.
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User is Offline RabbitPam
South Florida
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2/15/2010 3:52 AM
Gray paws *squeeeeeeee*

He is so cute! And I have that monkey baby rattle. It took Sammy a year to get big enough to lift it with her teeth.
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User is Offline Monkeybun
Hillsboro, Oregon
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2/15/2010 1:41 PM
I take it back.. he sure isn't part nethie. Far far far too big! Looking at those pics, he's most likely the lionhead mix, his ears are bigger than I had originally thought.

My Monkey is 1.5 lbs, which is on the small side for a netherland dwarf, but they don't get much bigger than 2-2.5 lbs usually.

User is Offline Kafrn
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2/15/2010 2:00 PM
OMG he is ADORABLE!!!!!!!!!
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User is Offline elvis123
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2/16/2010 7:44 AM
Lol, he does look like a monkey! I am pretty sure his paws are gray... we will see though! I was just really curious on his breed or mix because sometimes he doesn't even look rabbit! lol.

User is Offline TARM
VA
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2/17/2010 4:49 AM
My Zinnia has that same crab rattle in your last picture. She LOVES that thing! Your bunny is very cute. How soon will it be before you adopt a companion? I don't know anyone who stops adopting at one...lol (says the woman with 7)

User is Offline elvis123
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2/17/2010 5:30 AM
Hi Tarm- I got all his toys at Target. He doesn't really play with them though; he only picks them up to move them out of his way! I just got him neutered, I was told I have to wait before he gets a buddy. His personality changes everyday (he seems to be getting less affectionate and more wild. I hope it is just his hormones straightening out. I will have to research this boards posts to get some good advice on pairing rabbits, it is very resourceful!

User is Offline Elrohwen
Hudson Valley, NY
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2/17/2010 5:38 AM
How old is he? Sometimes bunnies have age related behavior that doesn't change with neutering. So a 7 month old neutered bun can still be a PITA, if that makes sense ;-) He might be going through a teenager stage, or it could be that he needs a month to get the hormones out of his system before he settles down.
- Elrohwen

User is Offline elvis123
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2/17/2010 5:52 AM
He was a stray rabbit, so they estimated him to be a year old. What you said is what I am hoping for. I just try and give him his space now, give him plenty of exercise, toys, and I try not to pick him up unless absolutely necessary. He is not aggressive and doesn't bite, so I am very lucky there. He just seems to be ignoring me more and more everyday, which does sound like a teenager, lol. I will be patient. Do you think getting him a buddy in a couple of months is a good idea - or does it solely depend on the rabbit?

User is Offline Elrohwen
Hudson Valley, NY
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2/17/2010 6:06 AM
I think getting a second bunny depends on the owner more than the bun. I think you need to be really ready for a second - ready for the poop wars, the bonding time, etc. If you're ready for it, I'm sure he'll be ready for it too :-)
- Elrohwen
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