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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A remember the topic on little bunnies “micro” bunnies?

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    • x liddo bunny x
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      apparently micro really isnt a type of bunny but it is more like a name people on this website you name if it was the smallest of the litter or was really really tiny in general. apparently they are really rare becuase they dont live for very long. but yea, take a look. i think this was what you were looking for binkybunny. =)

      http://barbibrownsbunnies.com/micro.htm

      enjoy!


    • cookie627
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      Wow now thats small!!!


    • Theresa Moan
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      Now even normal size dwarf bunnies are too big?


    • x liddo bunny x
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      apparently so… but seriously… if you want something that small y not a hamster. not saying that he isnt cute but people try so hard to breed bunnies like that when it isnt good for them. but i guess it is a good thing that they are doing everything they can so he can survive. =)


    • cookie627
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      its so sad.


    • x liddo bunny x
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      i know huh? its kewl that they are trying hard so it can survive but it is put there in the first place because they tried to breed them in a way that they normally dont survive. =(


    • Hedi
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      So was that little micro bunny an "accident" and just happened to be born small or did they genetically make him that way?

      Poor little guy.


    • cookie627
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      i know so poor


    • x liddo bunny x
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      by the reading, i think they tried to make him this way buy breeding 2 certain species.


    • omisanh
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      wow!that bunny is tiny!though i wish it is healthy..
      would be great if bunnies come in that size…
      so is that micro bunny still alive??
      twas born 1999 rigHT?


    • x liddo bunny x
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      i am not sure, but i think so… they seem to have had many “micros” (they replace one after it has passed) but seriously, i would not want a bunny to stay that size forever. it may look cute but i bet it will have many complications. bunnies dont usually come in that size. besides, i bet you cant really pet him much. like they say, the smaller the quicker. usually the bigger bunnies are the ones that are the best to have as pets. when i first came to this forum i thought “the samller the better” for me because i live in an apartment, but boy was a wrong, many people on this forum have bunnies and live in apartments, and when we talk about bunnies, the more i like larger ones. little ones do look cute but you want a bun that u can stroke and cuddle with. and usually the ones that LOVE to do so are the larger ones. so now i hope my bun doesnt stay too small. =P one weighs 1.14 lbs and the other weighs 2.06 or so lbs and they are only 12 or so weeks old. =P grow big and strong little ones. =P


    • x liddo bunny x
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      i am not sure, but i think so… they seem to have had many “micros” (they replace one after it has passed) but seriously, i would not want a bunny to stay that size forever. it may look cute but i bet it will have many complications. bunnies dont usually come in that size. besides, i bet you cant really pet him much. like they say, the smaller the quicker. usually the bigger bunnies are the ones that are the best to have as pets. when i first came to this forum i thought “the samller the better” for me because i live in an apartment, but boy was a wrong, many people on this forum have bunnies and live in apartments, and when we talk about bunnies, the more i like larger ones. little ones do look cute but you want a bun that u can stroke and cuddle with. and usually the ones that LOVE to do so are the larger ones. so now i hope my bun doesnt stay too small. =P one weighs 1.14 lbs and the other weighs 2.06 or so lbs and they are only 12 or so weeks old. =P grow big and strong little ones. =P

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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A remember the topic on little bunnies “micro” bunnies?