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Forum THE LOUNGE WELCOME ! New bunny owner here- rescued him from the side of the road!

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    • AltosHuman
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      Hello – I’m Sam and one week ago I found an albino male bunny on my way home. I have never seen a white bunny in the wild so I stopped the car to check him out closer, well he didn’t run away so I figured I should rescue him since he’s probably tame. Brought him home, he drank half a bowl of water. We named him right away- Alto, like the altocumulus clouds because he’s white and fluffy. Took him to the vet, he’s healthy and they confirmed he’s not wild, he weighs 5# and I learned what to feed him and how often. Each day that passes he shows me more and more if his personality.. he’s a sweet little guy but can be a stinker too lol.
      He’s litter trained already and free roams, so far hasn’t chewed anything he isn’t supposed to.. He’s pet great. I’ve never had a bunny before so this is pretty fun. I love all animals and was so excited to have a new pet. Thanks for reading. Bye!


    • LongEaredLions
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      Wow! Thank you for rescuing him, and giving him the proper care. Alto is an adorable name and he sounds precious. Do you have any pictures? REW (red-eyed white) bunnies are some of my favorites!


    • tobyluv
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      Welcome to Binky Bunny! Thank you for rescuing this bunny that someone likely put out. A domestic rabbit rarely survives for long outside on its own. If you need any more care and feeding tips, the BUNNY INFO link at the top of the page here is very helpful.


    • Bam
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      Thank you for rescuing him! Lucky little guy!


    • AltosHuman
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      I do have pictures… And actually we just got two new baby bunnies yesterday from a friend, so now we have 3 total.i can’t upload pictures from my phone but when I get home I’ll upload them.


    • LittlePuffyTail
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      Big Welcome to you and Alto! How wonderful you found each other


    • Ryn
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      Hi! I am new here too.

      I am excited to see pictures of your buns!


    • MarkBun
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      Hello there and welcome!

      Be careful with the new baby bunnies. Unless they’ve been altered/fixed, you might wind up having more than 3 bunnies. Have a vet check the new babies over, find out exactly how old they are if you can and make sure to get them into the vet at the right time to have them spayed and/or neutered. Too many times a pair of baby girl bunnies turned out to be a boy and girl and before people know it, it’s too late.

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Forum THE LOUNGE WELCOME ! New bunny owner here- rescued him from the side of the road!