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The Rabbit

Queen4JGro's picture
on November 20, 2011 - 2:07am

About seven months ago, my daughter brought home a dwarf Californian rabbit. It is not that she needed a pet. She had a Russian dwarf hamster in her room. I have four lovebirds and two dogs. Rabbits are not strangers to her as I bought a Netherland Dutch when she was quite little. But that rabbit was an outside rabbit. This one was going to be an inside pet. Good heavens. I got the look. Alright...The rabbit stayed. His name? Munnie Bunnie. Her four year old son named him. That was seven months ago. This rabbit now has a double chin and lives in the playroom. The whole playroom - no cage. He has a very bad temper and is spoiled rotten. He can turn a picked up room into a disaster faster than any two year old I have had. He can also make enough noise to make the dogs bark. He runs from one end of the room to the other. Walks over every battery operated musical toy he can. Now, he is sitting on a tote trying to figure out how he is going make the big jump over the baby gate to get into the living room. I know one day I am going to feel a rabbit sitting next to my head as I lay on my pillow. Can you believe that I am still wanting to buy a couple of Silkie Bantam hens and a couple of English dwarf angora bunnies?

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