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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > Welcome ! > My bunny Lola
Last Post by Hazel at 6/08/2012 12:36 PM (9 Replies)
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User is Offline Tim
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6/06/2012 12:09 PM

1. Rabbit's name: Lola, an American Fuzzy Lop

2. Rabbit's age: A little over a year

3. Lola's been in my house a little over a year, but she's only been "mine" for the last few months

4. Not spayed

5. Her personality has shown a wide range: crazy, lazy, skittish, curious, adventurous, moody, affectionate, brave, sulking, playful

6. I'll try and get pics up when I get a chance.

 

As for me, I'm completely new to rabbit ownership. In fact, I'm completely new to pet ownership in general. Lola was sort of dumped into my lap. My roommate wanted a pet. I told her I'd only allow caged animals since our other roommate, my sister, already had two cats running around like they owned the place. So, of course, I come home one day to find a rabbit in a cage. After a while, my roommate started to lose interest in Lola when she realized just how much time and work owning a rabbit actually was. In fact, it got to the point where I was taking care of Lola much more often than she was. I didn't mind too much. Lola's kind of cute, after all, and it was fun watching the two cats run away from her in total terror, lol!  Every once in a while my roommate would mention that she was probably going to put Lola up for sale on Craigslist. After making this threat about a half dozen times, I told her "why not just give the rabbit to me?" She did, and I'm now the proud owner of my very first pet.

 

In case it's of any interest, I'm a single 35-year-old guy who works way too much. I'm trying to decide whether to go back to school to get a degree in accounting. My hobbies include reading, writing fiction, playing fantasy sports, playing softball, playing the trumpet, hunting, collecting comic books, and now interacting with my Lola.

 

Thanks for the interest,

Tim


User is Offline CinnabunMom
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6/06/2012 1:41 PM
Glad Lola has a nice home with you! Welcome to BB, can't wait to see pics.
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User is Offline Tim
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6/07/2012 4:14 AM

Not the greatest of pics. I really need to get a new camera.

 


User is Offline Sarita
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6/07/2012 5:38 AM
Welcome - she's so cute. And how lucky she is to have you.

User is Offline bunnyfriend
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6/07/2012 5:56 AM
Welcome, awwhhh she's so fluffy!
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User is Offline LittlePuffyTail
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6/07/2012 8:52 AM
Welcome to you and Lola. What a little cutie she is.

Its wonderful that you took over her care. Bunnies are lots of fun!
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User is Offline jetsmom
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6/07/2012 10:38 AM
aww, she really is a cutey and loving the name

User is Offline Hazel
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6/08/2012 3:10 AM
Welcome! She's very cute and fluffy!

Are you planning on getting her spayed?
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User is Offline Tim
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6/08/2012 6:51 AM

No, spaying is not in the plans for now. She generally has a pretty mellow personality and hasn't proven to be destructive at all so far, so as long as that continues, I think we can both live without it.

I do have plans to build a large pen for her, though. I'm sure she'll be glad to get shed of her small cage!


User is Offline Hazel
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6/08/2012 12:36 PM
Well, with females it is more of a medical than a behavioral issue. If you don't have her spayed, there is an 80% chance that she will develop reproductive cancer by the time she is 3 or 4.
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