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I am a 20 year old college student and a proud new bunny mommy!
After months of researching bunny car (stalking this forum!) my boyfriend (who is well meaning but clueless when it comes to rabbits) got tired of listening to me obsess over bunnies and recite bunny facts and surprised me with two baby mini lops! They are black and white (Lola) and gray and white (Bella) I will attempt to post pics! He was told by the pet store that they were 6 weeks but Lola is noticably bigger than Bella.
At their first checkup the vet said she thought Bella may either just be the runt of the liter or they may have come from different liters and Bella is just in fact younger than Lola.
At any rate I've had them for about a month now and they have just stolen my heart! I am 100% their slave and I think they know it!
So far Lola is definitely the more outgoing of the two. They have a loft in their cage which she likes to jump up to and has figured out how to jump on the couch/back of the couch all by herself (things Bella hasn't figured out yet). If I lay on the floor with them Lola will hop up and sit in front of me practically demanding pets and kisses. Bella will tolerate my affections but won't stay for long before she wants to go play/explore. They are both binky/bunny 500 queens!
Here are some pictures of my babies. Lola is black and white, Bella is grey and white. For the past month or so that I've had them they have been buddies and cuddle up like in the picture but as of yesterday they have started fighting . But I will post about that under the behavior section. Thanks for all the welcomes guys!