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I've had That Bunny ("That") for 3 years. He's a neutered Blue-Eyed White Jersey Woolie. Recently I convinced my husband to get him a friend to hang out with. Sunday, July 27th, I picked up the sweetest 3 year old girl Blue Jersey Woolie from a rabbitry who was "getting out of Jersey Woolies because of all the time it takes to care for the fur."
After many-many-many hilarious mounting attempts during bunny dates (she's larger than him), my new bunny girl, Thisle ("This") and I convinced That that grooming was a much nicer activity, and that she didn't mind being submissive, as long as he wasn't pulling her fur so hard. They were cosily bonded by Friday morning, August 1st.
So I'd like to introduce the Binky Bunny community to the bonded pair of "This" and "That" Bunny:
P.S. Cuddling photos in progress.
I forgot to update my profile. Now it should include my new little girl.
I almost picked up another boy, "T'other," but alas, I only had 2 cages. No, This isn't fixed, not yet.
lol, by cages, read - nice big rabbit cage (now packed away) and deluxe multi-story enclosure in their own room. This & That are currently hanging out on seperate levels of the multi-story enclosure right now, 'cause This was hungry and That wanted to hang out with her. They have the run of the room all day and evening long. It used to be my craft room, but now it belongs to the buns.
I was going to brush them out, but I waited since she was eating. I think I've been trained.