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    Gina.Jenny
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    April showers sorted  unless a bun chooses to stay out when it rains, as Pippi did this morning


    #1811439

    Lol, maybe they’re a few of those buns who don’t mind the rain. We have a saying about the unpredictable weather in april: “The filthy rich and april, both fool people as they will”.


    #1811442
    Gina.Jenny
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    Our first bun, Chelsey, who was rescued by the RSPCA from living in a garage, surrounded by umpteen ferrets and cats, just loved being out in the wind and rain.
    She always had shelter when outside, and always chose to be out in the wind and rain. She also always stood so the wind blew her fur the wrong way, which is how we found she loved being stroked the wrong way!

    You’ve heard of the expression ‘living in clover’? She definitely did once we adopted her, and here she is, showing where the expression came from 


    #1811446
    Limit
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    Posted By Gina.Jenny on 4/01/2017 8:18 AM

    Our first bun, Chelsey, who was rescued by the RSPCA from living in a garage, surrounded by umpteen ferrets and cats, just loved being out in the wind and rain.
    She always had shelter when outside, and always chose to be out in the wind and rain. She also always stood so the wind blew her fur the wrong way, which is how we found she loved being stroked the wrong way!

    You’ve heard of the expression ‘living in clover’? She definitely did once we adopted her, and here she is, showing where the expression came from 

    She is stunning! love the picture, glad she’s in your care now


    #1811447
    Gina.Jenny
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    She’s a rainbow bridge bunny, but she had three contented years with us And yes, she was a stunning bunny


    #1811449
    sarahthegemini
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    Oh my word Gina, Chelsea was a beautiful bun! 


    #1811469

    Lovely pic


    #1811494

    That’s one lucky spoiled bun right there!


    #1811515
    Blue Moon
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    awesome pic GJ


    #1811552
    Q8bunny
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    Every time I see your buns out in the garden, I can’t help smiling
    Chelsea was lovely and that pic is just scrummy. What a character! Sounds like my kind of girl (I love stormy weather).


    #1811605
    Hazel
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    Gina: How nice for your buns, I bet they love it out there! And Chelsey was so beautiful!

    Oscar: “Sooo… they gave you a bath…?” *snort* “Why?”
    Mosby: “Not that it’s any of your business, but I climbed into the trash can.”
     

    Oscar: “Well son, I cudda told you that wouldn’t end well.”
    Mosby: “They used baby shampoo… I’ve never been so humiliated.”
     

    Oscar: “If you think THAT was humiliating, just wait until your ‘special’ vet appointment next month!”
    Mosby: “What in the world are you talking about?”
     

    Oscar: “Uhhh… nothing… You smell pretty, gotta go!”
     

    Mosby: “What the…?”


    #1811611
    Q8bunny
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    ???


    #1811619
    Blue Moon
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    omg pretty kitty


    #1811626
    Blue Moon
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    #1811627
    Blue Moon
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    poppy has found a new pastime


    #1811631
    Blue Moon
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              the first and last pictures are of my cow (Courtney) the second and third  are of the two youngest cows at the farm the second pic is of snowflake (right) and Amie (left) the third is of Amie  


    #1811639

    What a shock. I was expecting photos of chickens !!!! Rofl…..

    I looove cows. Sort of grew up with Fresian milk cows. Nothing like getting them to suck on your fingers and then dunking their nose in a bucket of milk just as they are weaned when they don’t yet understand that their milk will now come from a bucket. Different sucking technique required. (So they suck on your fingers (no milk), then by dunking they still suck on fingers but get milk (yay!).)


    #1811651
    Q8bunny
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    Poppy knows the air is better up there


    #1811659
    Limit
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    @ Hazel omg! I couldn’t contain myself

    @Bluemoon Ahh they always find a way to sit on those… sly bunnies. Lovely cows too.

    I was going to share some piccies of baby buns… I looked after 5 rabbits at my dads college and one doe had an accidental litter (they’re not to wise with bunnies) but as it’s not allowed, click on the photos to go to my photobucket to see a few piccies of them. I’ll share some of the male bun, I named him Rafiki after the baboon in the lion king but apparently his name is fluffy… I was not going to stick to that name. He’s not neutered, none of them are, hoping they’ve had their vaccs now… I did try and give advice but they’re quite set in their ways.

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    Added the last one to show how much he sprays, he’s around un-neutered does (they’re living across from him). Difficult situation and I do feel sorry for them, I’d take them if they let me!


    #1811722
    Blue Moon
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    omg beautiful bunny limit

    Vienna i love to have the babies suck on my finger it is so cute, Amie’s mom (since Amie is her first calf) tried to make her deaf by mooing as loud as possible in the babie’s ear.


    #1811723
    Blue Moon
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    exciting news and sad at the same time, i am getting a new rooster because my previous roo recently died RIP Fog (he was a self blue Belgian bearded D’Anvers) beautiful little bird. the new rooster is a blue Americana I am getting him later tonight will post pics of both boys.


    #1811725
    Blue Moon
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    i am getting a new rooster tonight because my previous roo died recently the new one is a blue Americana. RIP Fog he was a Belgian bearded D’Anvers so pretty


    #1811727
    Blue Moon
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    Image result for blue ameraucana chickens

     this is what the new roo may look like. Does anyone have ideas for names for the roo?. ( i will post an actual pic of him when i get him) (http://www.californiahatchery.com/assets/images/blueameraucana1.gif) this is a link to the picture


    #1811729
    Blue Moon
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     this is a really horrible pic of fog (he never stood still long enough to take any better than this) he was so sweet it was hard to catch him but once i did he snuggled up to me. sooooo cute


    #1811749
    Luna
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    Great pics everyone!
    BM – I think you just answered your question…why not call him Roo


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