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Sprocket is 10 months and weighing in at a solid 2.4kg at his last vet check a month ago.

He is a Holland lop from a breeder (yes I’m Sorry he is a breeder bunny).

Rookie was adopted and I think he was more mini than holland as he was waaay bigger than Sprocket. Rookie is in my profile pic when he was a few months old. He was about almost double Sprocket’s size. And he had very severe dental problems worse that the vet has ever seen in a bunny his age just 2 years old. Sprocket goes to the vet for teeth checks every 2 months at the latest to have his teeth checked just to be safe. But from what I hear with bunnies teeth and other problems are all un-luck of the draw.

Also rookie was a serious and in the grumpy bunny category…while sprocket is super funny, playful, curious and innocent bunny category.

I’m on my phone so can’t add photos but you can check him out in all his cuteness on Instagram @sprocketbb9