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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > Welcome ! > Another Newbie Member Here!!
Last Post by FuzzieL0ve at 6/10/2012 6:17 AM (6 Replies)
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User is Offline FuzzieL0ve
New Hampshire
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6/09/2012 3:41 PM

Hi you guys!

My name is Jill and I'm super excited to finally be a member of Binky Bunny!

My sister and I got our first rabbit, Magenta, when I was 2 and she was 5. Now my sister has graduated high school, and I'm sad to say that Magenta has recently passed away after a long 13 years of life. I grew up with her and I cannot thank God enough for giving me such a beautiful, and lovely rabbit. Even though she wasn't the friendliest, Magenta and I had a special bond. I was the only one who she allowed to cut her nails, and hold her. I know she is in bunny Heaven now and I'm happy for her .

A few months have passed since Magenta passed, so I decided to purchase another bunny to fill the hole in my heart. I found a breeder online how lived about an hour away from me (Regal Rabbitry's Ashely) so I went for a visit. Of course, I fell in love with an American Fuzzy lop, whom I named Maisy (May-zee). She has the cutest Broken Chinchilla coat and is very wooly/fuzzy!

Maisy is 9 weeks old now, and I got her on Thrusday. She loves to binky and lay on her back in my lap while I pet her. She is currently molting her baby coat for a nice, fresh adult one so she is VERY fuzzy and SHEDDING  everywhere hehe. Any advice dealing with AF lop fur, or the breed itself, would be great.

I hope I can make some friends here at Binky Bunny! I'm so excited to immerse myself with other great people who love rabbits .

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User is Offline CinnabunMom
in the TARDIS
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6/09/2012 4:00 PM
Welcome to BB! She looks adorable in that picture!
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User is Offline FuzzieL0ve
New Hampshire
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6/09/2012 4:17 PM

Thank you! I wish I could take more but unfortunately my camera went through the wash! I had to use my phone for that one! Haha

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User is Offline Usagi5
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6/09/2012 4:37 PM
She's SOOO cute! Welcome! So sorry about the loss of Magenta, but it sounds like she lived a very long and happy life!

User is Offline bun-crazy
Milan, Indiana
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6/09/2012 5:53 PM
She's so adorable! I can see why she stole your heart when you saw her!! Welcome to BB! This is such a great group of people and buns!
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User is Offline FrankieFlash
Michigan
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6/10/2012 4:18 AM
Welcome! She's adorable! Just a reminder for your safety you may want to edit your post to not include your age. Bunjamin's shedding too. His first shed after being a baby it came off like a fine mist, unable for us to control it. This time, its coming out in clumps when I pet him so it's a little better.

User is Offline FuzzieL0ve
New Hampshire
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6/10/2012 6:17 AM
Posted By FrankieFlash on 06/10/2012 07:18 AM
Welcome! She's adorable! Just a reminder for your safety you may want to edit your post to not include your age. Bunjamin's shedding too. His first shed after being a baby it came off like a fine mist, unable for us to control it. This time, its coming out in clumps when I pet him so it's a little better.

Thank you everyone for the compliments, Maisy loves them! 

Thank you Frankie I have edited my post! Maisy's hair is coming off in clumps, when she's in my lap she likes it when I pull at the hair lightly to release it. The problem with American Fuzzies is that since she's a baby her coat mats very easily, especially around her bum and back legs. She gets a bit impatient when I try to pull apart the mats and hops away. Sigh.. One step at a time!

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