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I am one proud bunny mama! My little man's ears have dropped today properly without popping back up again today! He's about 6 weeks now, but I can't take him home for another month! Which is pretty rubbish, but I'm busying myself searching through thrift stores and a few pet shops for toys and pens and litter trays and bowls and goodness knows else! But anyway, ill show you the picture I took today!
The little Apollo! Sorry the pictures are upside down -.- if anybody could be so kind as to flip them for me, I'd be very great-full!
Very excited! I have literally 2 weeks and 6 days left till I bring him home. The countdown begins!
Im always going up to let him out for a play, since him and his current cagemates, (4 other youngsters) aren't always the ones picked by the breeder to come out, so I let them come out for about 30-45 minutes, sometimes longer, I've lost track of time before and they were out for 2 hours... Ooopsie! The poor babies were so tired! But, because its getting warmer I usually get them out for about 10 minutes then leave them in their cage infront of the fan for 10 then get them out again ect. I don't want them to overheat! The binkies I get though are priceless! I'd give you another picture, he's almost just past 7 weeks old now (the lady says anyway...?) but the ipad flips them upside down and stupid stuff like that -.- he's changed a LOT though.
How exciting! I know how you feel, I might pick mine up 3 or 4 days before you get yours
IF I get one, I still don't know for sure
Waiting is the worst isn't it?