Gosh I dislike intros. They're just so awkward.
Hi there! My name is Lauren and I'm a sixteen year old horse trainer from the Southern USA. Although, right now I currently reside in the Northwestern portion of this great country.
I/we just recently got into rabbits about 3 weeks ago when we walked into our local feed store and saw the cutest little buns. Yes, we are suckers for a cute face. We've always had animals (we currently have 4 horses, 3 dogs, 2 very-pregnant-due-in-less-than-a-week dairy goats, 2 buns and a barn cat) although not usually small animals. Actually, the only small animals we had were a a pair of guinea pigs who lived for a very, very long time. When we got the rabbits I figured that I'd be cleaning up lotsa poop. But lo-and-behold I was researching the most natural way to feed them (My family is really into natural and 'whole' foods) and I found out that rabbits could be litter trained. I had NO idea that they had the brain capacity to do that (I now know better. Triss already comes when called and knows if she's not allowed to do something) Now, I shall introduce you to my bun (and my little sisters bun, Hope)
Triss is a daredevil of a rabbit. She's a broken black Heinz 57 with a ridiculous amount of personality. She's such a little goober. She can be doing Bunny 500's with binky's thrown in and then five minutes later conk out on your lap. Best bunny ever. She's the sweetest little thing (every bun I've ever met bit the daylights out of me) and already comes when called. She also really likes it if you have salt on your hands. Weird bun.
Hope is a more sedate, relaxed bun. Her favorite thing is to do is probably sleep. It's kind of un-inspiring. She is a broken chestnut (I think) Heinz 57 with a funny little white circle around her nose. It gives her this 'pig-like' appearance. She's a cutie though
And that's all there is I love my buns