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Last Post by Faye Perry at 12/14/2006 8:26 AM (14 Replies)
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User is Offline Lpuff
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11/20/2006 3:25 PM
sorry i just wanted to know a little more about everyones bunnies I'll start

Orange Juice: He is so sweet, he loves papya tablets, he of course is orange, he his big ears for his body, he is a Netherland dwarf which is the smallest bunny type in the world. he loves to jump and binky,this is very nice for me he does not chew on wires ,he loves to snuggle with me , he loves to have his picture taken,he makes a mess of his cage,he loves hay, he loves anything comfy. that all I can think of now if i oh he loves dandelion greens so if I think of any more I'll tell you i just wanted to know some "fast facts" about your bunnies or bunny.


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User is Offline Lpuff
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11/20/2006 3:29 PM
you can also share pic. here of your bunny or just what you want to they can also be for your sharing

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User is Offline BB
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11/25/2006 11:08 PM

Great thread! 

Fast Facts for Jack:

His a big 9 pound white bunny with some light gray tinted spots. He has beautiful brown expressive eyes. (They think he's a mix between New Zealand and Rhilander)

I first spotted him when I was taking pictures at Animal Care & Control for a rabbit rescue groups website.   Jack was scared, and gruff with a big loud growl bluff.   He didn't fool me at all.  I ended up fostering him and found he was one of the sweetest bunnies I have ever known, and I couldn't let him go, so I adopted him.

Facts for Rucy:

  • She originally came from Animal Care and Control. She was dumped at their doorstep in the middle of the night.   She had a nasty jaw abscess and was at risk for being put to sleep, but then the House Rabbit Society rescued her before it was too late, and then I adopted her from the HRS.
  •  My bunny, Forrest, (who has passed) picked her out.  She's a four pound Martin/Dwarf Mix - soft gray fur - Extremely independent, but has mellowed with age, and seeks out more attention and cuddle time as she has aged.

Fcts for Bailey:

I saw her at Animal Care & Control, and instantly wanted to take care of her.  She was a "neglect case"  and she was so thin, with spine problems, but very affectionate.  I fell in love and knew I could help get her back to health.   She's a 3.5 pound Holland Lop - brown and white.  Very affectionate with humans but a real bossy bully with other bunnies.  She's also a stubborn marker.

They all love papaya tablets and raisins.




User is Offline Theresa Moan
Nashua, NH
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12/10/2006 5:19 AM

Fast Facts:

 

Maybelline aka Mabel aka Moo-bell (cuz she eats like a cow!)

She is a New Zealand Red breed.  I got her from my  old job as she was control in an occular study.  However, her eye got banged up early into the testing for some unknown reason (to me), and a lab tech asked me to take her.  I couldn't pass her up.

"What are you looking at?"
I suspect that she has some vision out of her eye.  You can kind of see the cataract or whatever it is in the picture, but since we've gotten her, it has gotten less milky and more cloudy and smaller.
Facts:  She LOVES to eat.  Everything.
She likes to chill with me and be petted CONSTANTLY.
She is a stubborn marker.
She hasn't been intergrated in the Hugo/Bungee pair yet, because she is more skittish due to her lab-animal past and her eye.  Also mom and dad need to work on bonding processes more than they have been.  (Guilty!)
She loves to chill with someone on the couch!
She is my youngest bunny, probably about a year and a couple of months old.
She is my  biggest bunny, probably at least 8 lbs.
She is the most snuggly of all my bunnies.
She enjoys playing with toys very much.  (blankets, cardboard tubes, baby plastic rings, etc)
Bungelina Holie aka Bungee aka Bungabum
We adopted Bungee in about a year ago as a partner for Hugo when Bobo died.
She is a half mini-lop (dad) and half dutch (mom).  She was rescued from a meat farm with her family. She loves Hugo to death, but they took a WHILE to bond (4 months!).  She looks like her father.
"Yum!  Juicy cucumber!"
Facts:
She is more reserved and lets Hugo test things out first.
She doesn't like to be picked up.
She loves to run and binky.
She always wants to eat what Hugo is eating, even if we give her her own serving.
She has a very sweet temperment and is not as aggressive as Mabel and Hugo.
She loves to steal sips of someone's Sprite or Coke.
Hugo
He is the oldest and smallest bunny we have.  (About 5 lbs, probably 2 years old or more.)
His history is that he and another bunny were dumped at a vets door, and the HRN of Woburn, MA rescued them.
He is of unknown breed, but has chinchilla coloring. 
"I'm my own breed!"
Facts:
He is the biggest goof ever. 
He is fearless.
He is a silly bun and loves to get into mischief.
He loves Bungee and likes to nibble her ears.
He climbs all over us at all times, and tries to steal our beverage/food.
Not a fan of being patted.
Doesn't mind being picked up.
The most expressive face ever.
A messy eater! 



User is Offline BB
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12/11/2006 8:58 PM

I loved your fast facts.  They inspired me to add a few more facts to my post too.

It's funny how our most affectionate cuddly buns are ALSO stubborn markers.   Also looks like they may have both had rough lives previously?  Maybe that breeds insecurity in a way, so marker helps them feel secure.  Interesting.  I wonder.




User is Offline Theresa Moan
Nashua, NH
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12/12/2006 6:13 AM
Posted By BinkyBunny on 12/11/2006 11:58 PM

I loved your fast facts.  They inspired me to add a few more facts to my post too.

It's funny how our most affectionate cuddly buns are ALSO stubborn markers.   Also looks like they may have both had rough lives previously?  Maybe that breeds insecurity in a way, so marker helps them feel secure.  Interesting.  I wonder.



Yeah, Binkybunny, I'm not sure...But I'm really tired of the marking wars!  They all do it now b/c of Mabel



User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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12/12/2006 6:16 AM
Sophie is a year and a half old mini rex who I have had since she was weeks old, she was the runt. I don't think she is aware of the fact that she is a bunny. She thinks she is human. I will bring her over for a playdate with some other bunnies at my friends house and she will sit in the fenced in playpen and climb up the side where I am standing like a baby wanting its mom to be picked up. I can just picture what's going through her little mind "eww, mom, these kids are gross. they are pooping everywhere and aren't even litter trained. I'll be good, just pick me up and get me out of here before that other guy comes back and tries to hump me again! MOM!"
I walk in the door from work every day and she immediately goes to that end of her cage and waits to be let out. God forbid I start reading the mail or go to the bathroom without letting her out. She will pick up a toy from her house and bang it against the cage wires as if to say "The natives are restless! Let me out". She binkies and zooms around and will jump in my lap when she wants some lovin'. I have her trained to go back into her house by saying "night night Sophie" but she has a routine. She must run through the living room, around the dining room table, counter clockwise, under the chair on the right side of the dining room table and then into her house. I'm not kidding! This is our nightly night night routine.

She knows that she is not allowed up into the bedroom (which is off my sunken livnig room) but when I am not watching her she will start climbing the steps slowly into the bedroom until I say "Sophie No" and then she will look back at me, shake her little tail at me, run in under the bed and then flies back down the stairs and collapses on her side as if to say "haha Mommy I can do what I want". She is very lovey and will lay on my lap forever as long as I don't stop petting her. She is momma's girl and VERY NAUGHTY AND SPOILED. She knows no different.



User is Offline Theresa Moan
Nashua, NH
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12/12/2006 6:19 AM
dmh426, she sounds like a doll! can you post some pix of the little devil, please??



User is Offline Faye Perry
Leicestershire, UK
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12/13/2006 7:15 AM

BooBoo:

Nearly 9 months old mini lop, has beautiful markings on her face almost as if she is wearing a mask.  She is very slinky.  Absolutely loves freedom, and when she's out she just wants to get as high off the ground as she can!  Booboo isn't scared of anything, doesn't like being picked up but loves you to nuzzle the back of her neck.  I think she loves Mable, just not all the time - yet. 

Favourite food -  carrots. LOVES  binkying and zooming round the room at a millin miles an hour - very sleekly.  Her nickname is "slinkypants"

this is the highest point she can get to in the room, on top of the back of the armchair

 

Mable:

Also nearly 9 months old, mini lop, she is a fuzz ball.  She is very stocky and bombastic.  Mable loves food, any food and won't leave her cage at dinner time until there is nothing left!  A bit of a scaredy pants and she runs off a lot.  Absolutely HATES being picked up, but will sit for hours at ground level being fussed.  Loves bunny kisses and we've trained her to come when we ask her for a kiss. 

Mable loves Booboo - at the moment her demonstration of this can be embarrasing!

Favourite food - anything and everything.  She loves to binky and run around the room (just not as sleeky as Booboo) and then doze off.  Her nickname is "Turbo" as she's more like a bullet.

This is Mable kissing daddy's head (sorry about the hideous carpet )




User is Offline Theresa Moan
Nashua, NH
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12/13/2006 8:10 AM
Bunnybabe, They are gorgeous! I love Mabel's little tounge. That is so cool that you trained her to do that.
Love the smushy pic at the end



User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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12/13/2006 3:59 PM
here's my little naughty. She's naughty, believe me, but I wouldn't have it any other way!

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User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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12/13/2006 4:02 PM

Mabel kissing daddy's head wins my vote for funniest pic of the year!




User is Offline Ester Yeh
Houston, TX
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12/13/2006 11:26 PM
oh i love the kissing picture!!! adorable!!

and sophie is so cute also!! if u erase the last spot on the very right...her markings make a snowman face!!



User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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12/14/2006 2:53 AM
I have to say that I never actually looked at Sophie's markings as a Snowman's face, but you're right!!!! That's too funny.



User is Offline Faye Perry
Leicestershire, UK
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12/14/2006 8:26 AM
he he thats funny  and very seasonal, being nearly christmas and all x


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