Bunny Sits in a Cozy Basket

Bunny Sits in a Cozy Basket

Thanks, Ingrid and bunny Lilly! Ingrid writes, “This is my dearest bunny Lilly. For a year now she is suffering from e.cuniculi, which makes it hard for her to walk. We can keep it under control with some medicines, but she will not get better. Despite her disabilities she still has her spirit. She enjoys attention from me and the other rabbits, tries to run after the other ones and she loves her food!”

Bunny Pauses His Romp for a Lovely Portrait

Bunny Pauses His Romp for a Lovely Portrait

Thanks, Ken, Kaci, and bunny Doolin! Ken writes, “From the Desert Warren hops Doolin, one of Dublin’s 6 babies. Doolin is not shy and will squeak or thump if the situation calls for it.”

This Guy’s Kind of Weird-Looking, But He Seems Nice

This Guy's Kind of Weird-Looking, But He Seems Nice

Thanks, Aaron and bunnies Bertie and Bella! Aaron says that they’re grooming “their best monkey pal.”

Bunnies Celebrate a Birthday with Banana Slices

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Thanks, Amber and bunny Stu and Basil! Amber says that “Stu and Basil are celebrating Basil’s second birthday!”

Is That David Lynch or Bunny in a Toupee?

Is That David Lynch or Bunny in a Toupee? 3

Thanks, Kristi and bunnies Stormy and Starbuck! Kristi writes, “I am trying to bond Stormy and Starbuck. On this date, I plucked a pile of Stormy fur. Then I put it on Starbuck’s head. Disapproval was mighty.”

Here’s the photographic series of events:

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Bunnies Get a Change of Scenery Outside

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Thanks Elizabeth and bunnies Josie (white), Havana (brown), and Pudgy (black eyes and ears)! Elizabeth writes:

My boyfriend and I built a bunny run at his shop up north as the bunnies and I visit most weekends. They love playing outside and exploring.

Note: I adopted all my rabbits, but Pudgy was housed outside with another male rabbit by his previous owner for three years. Damage to his ears can be seen on the pictures, and just want to state it did not happen in my care. He now has two sisters that love and keep this messy boy clean.

Bunnies Are Little Loaves with Big Ears

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Thanks, Vincula and bunnies Celestine and Victoria! Vincula writes:

They’re 8 week old sisters; a dwarf mix with a bit of lionead in there somewhere – Victoria is the one with a bit more mane (on the right in the first picture).

We adopted them only yesterday from a rescue here in Denmark, but they’re already bravely exploring their newly annexed house… We’re just hoping they’ll feel gracious enough to leave us humans a bit of room for our beds when they’re done!

They were treated well by their former humans, so they’re calm and not afraid of people, but they’ve never been out of a cage before, I think – it was amazing to see them binkying and doing the Bunny 500 within hours of their arrival here, though. A bit intimidated by all that space at first, but by now they’re everywhere. Including where they’re not supposed to be (yes, Celestine, I’m looking at you).

You Seem Like You Have a Treat. Do You Have a Treat?

You Seem Like You Have a Treat. Do You Have a Treat?

Thanks, Micha, Anna, and bunny Dexter! Anna says that this is Dexter, “aka ‘kleiner Muck.’ He would have been 7 years next month. Sadly we had to put him down because he was very sick. We are very sad and he is missed very much. Machs gut, kleiner Muck. Wir vermissen dich.”