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My boyfriend and I live with one little girl bunny named Bunny. She is about 13 weeks old now and she's been with us since she was about eight weeks old. She is a smart, playful, sweet, and very affectionate bunny. Her favourite activities are running in high speed circles on our bed, running through her quik tube, and snuggling with mummy for rubbies and nuzzles. She is not spayed yet, but I am working on finding a trustworthy vet for her now.
I had a bunny once when I was very young, but she had a lot of medical problems and passed away earlier than most. This is my first bunny companion as an adult and I am pretty obsessed I have always felt close to rabbits and fell in love with Bunny the moment I saw her. I am very dedicated to making sure Bunny stays as happy and loving as she is now.
I am very happy to have found a community through which I can learn and share my new mommy experiences.
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Thank you everyone
Tanlover: She is supposedly a mini rex. I adopted her from this family-owned specialty pet store near me. Sweetest people. Sometimes, they have some buns, guinea pigs, and birds. In march, a couple of their buns got together by accident when out running around and that's how my bunny's litter came about. We almost went back for her sister too but talked ourselves out of it