1. says

    kestrel, I’m pretty sure my dad would send her over*.
    That second pic is a raised garden, supposed to be good for growing lettuce. Instead it is good for growing bunny.
    Molli is the smartest bunny I ever met and 100% convinced that fences and stuff exist to give her some challenges so she won’t get bored.

    *No he wouldn’t. He’s turned all soft in his old days.

  2. kestrel says

    Giliell, LOL, how could he help but love that face?! She is adorable. I know quite well he’d never give her up. I raised rabbits for years (though never lops) and they are very smart, smarter than people realize, and also have very distinct personalities. It really is cool when you can get to know an individual animal.

  3. Nerd of Redhead, Dances OM Trolls says

    The Redhead’s bunnies like to have their noses petted. I’ll send Molli a cyber nose pet.

  4. says

    I’ll pass it to her

    Oh yes, they do. The other rabbit is completely well behaved. In the evening he’ll hop back into his hutch and wait for the door to be closed, even though my dad needed to build him stairs…

  5. says

    You got to catch her first.
    Truth is: bunnies should not be kept as single pets.
    Truth is, too: bunnies prefer other bunnies.
    The rabbits rarely like petting by us humans, though when they do, it’s the best thing ever.

  6. Ice Swimmer says

    Giliell @ 12

    Back when I regularly saw feral rabbits in Helsinki (when the population was bigger and I had a night time job), they were rarely alone.

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