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I am posting these adorable bunnies, Teeny Baby and Big Baby, for MooBunnay. (Due to some technical difficulties, she's unable to start a new thread sometimes)
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I was just thinking the same thing. I have 8, at least for a little while.
Check back with me in a couple of weeks, I have only had them for one day so far :-)
Seriously though, I can only keep these until the boys and the girls need to be separated, then they will have to be split up and sent to live with someone else. No way I can house 8 unaltered adolescent rabbits in my house. Some of the more experienced fosters that I know have told me that they just do not get attached to the foster buns, and always give their own buns special pets or treats to make sure that they are the special ones. This way when the fosters go, it isn't as hard.