Ah, yes, that's the problem with bunnies - they breed like ...er...I hope any non-rabbit-related business proves fruitful for you, Rae.
I have three bucks left to rehome, Dan, else transfer them into a bachelor pad lest I want more bunnies than will be funny. Thanks for the good wishes!
Look at that! They are all so different. And looking so cuddly! But lots of work, I know. Hope you manage to find good homes for the rest of them.
Aww. It's lucky I don't live near you, Rae, or I might be wondering what to do with the bunny I just promised to adopt. :D
Only the marmalade ones are left, Lori - one of which has one lop ear, all are super cute. I hope we can rehome these last few. x
Haha, baby rabbits are too cute to say no to, Cheryl - as the new parents of all but three of our bunnies can attest! Good thing rabbits can't fly :) x
Ah bunnies....just in time for Easter.
Here's hopping someone else thinks that, Kass! x
Aaah - the rabbits of postcard fame! Was going to ask about them, now I can see them. What an exciting adoption you accidentally ended up doing. Poor single mum rabbit though. Ne'er mind - she's a role model to them young 'uns.
I think I should've left the comic to your postcard, Teresa - it got no better (and I forgot to mention how I can't count)! She's a star mam - she pulled out her fur to make them a bed and everything! (Glad the card made you happy, btw - that made my day, too x)
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