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This concludes another episode of my life story titled: 23 going on 40. My rabbits are the best. Penny & Lucy.

Disclaimer: my rabbits and all rabbits are at least a ten year commitment. They require a high quality diet, proper housing, exercise, love, attention and vet care. They require a spay or neuter like dogs and cats. THEY ARE NOT AN EASTER GIFT. Also most likely not suitable for children. Also stop “hypnotizing” your rabbit for “fun” I assure you it is not fun for them and only necessary if checking health or trimming nails. At the end of the day it’s worth it, cause look at those faces. They’re the best.

Pearl and Ruby with their new bows :))))))

bennychronicles:

Benny 18wks resting after a run on the deck.

ravens-world:

domestic rabbits can’t survive in the wild. They DO NOT revert back to their wild state. They will simply die.Never ever dump your rabbits.

ravens-world:

domestic rabbits can’t survive in the wild. They DO NOT revert back to their wild state. They will simply die.

Never ever dump your rabbits.

lostlegendaerie:

More animal blogging from the weekend! Feat. Pip (brown mini Rex) and his son Pepper, and a bonus appearance from the blissfully chubby barn cat Dippity~

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