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Posted By LBJ10 on 1/22/2017 11:23 PM
LOL L4B, yes, that was sorta where I was going with that.

Totally… knew that.

I see minks are related to ferrets and otters. Everything cute seems to be that way, probably to compensate for unwanted behaviour. Take bunnies, for example. Well, at least that’s what I tell well-intentioned but unprepared people who want to get a rabbit: Bunnies have all that cuddly fur for a reason. Some days it’s all they’ve got going for them
This one person I know got a bunny that’s now an adult, and they (kinda) jokingly asked me if I wanted it. Anyways, a while back I suggested adoption of an adult (free desexing, personality is there, blah blah blah). Well, no one tends to pay attention in the beginning, because I gave her solid advice to make an informed decision, but now the fur has hit the fan and her teen daughter is all “what the?!” and “it’s so expensive to fix”, they are not enjoying their rabbit ownership as much as they could be. I think they purchased the bunny on a whim and are now hating it. I gave them a few suggestions for general care, etc. Kind of disappointing because I think rabbits are amazing animals for the right people.