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It's been an amazing experience working with a deaf ex-breeder rabbit in showing him how to be a real rabbit, and today he got to play outside for the first time! The weather here is absolutely beautiful, sunny, and a cozy 63 degrees so I set up a pen and let him run around. Needless to say I got a TON of pics. It was also interesting comparing his reaction with my foster rabbits' reactions. While he was happy and hopping around and munching the others were timid and wary. I guess being deaf to the strange outside noises has its advantages . I seriously love this little dude.