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Some of my babies - bunnies, cats and g pigs

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Some of my babies - bunnies, cats and g pigs

Post by silverrabbit on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 20:05

Mischa on the swing:



Mischa on the chair (can you tell she's lazy lmao)



Kovu:



Kovu in a tree



Kovu and his naughty bits Very Happy



Vitani:



Vitani and Ruby:



Ruby (aka Hannibal - she bit out another rabbit's tongue affraid )



Ebony, a rescue rabbit



Barney, Ebony's BF and a fellow rescue



Skye, very poorly treated rabbit, sadly can't be handled apart from the necessaries



Albie, Skye's BF and an adorable rescue. He was abandoned because "they didn't want a fully grown rabbit"





These are 2 of the pigs I rescued. They were being sold seperately at 2 weeks old (they are still suckling at this age) and they all had mange and covered in lice - over their eyes and everything sick

Daisy and her baby Buttercup





Will get pics of Buttercups' brothers soon Very Happy
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Post by aly_starh on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 20:12

ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW..... Lovely Lovely Rabbits!!!! Smile

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Post by Netty on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 20:17

I love all your animals Love and what a great job you've done with all those rescues Very Happy

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Post by silverrabbit on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 20:24

Thanks guys, they are my babies Love

So many rabbits are neglected, all but 3 are rescues, and once I have some more hutches up and running i'll be able to take in more.

Cost me a fortune in veggies I can tell you lol!
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Post by Nataliey on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 20:33

Awww...they are all so sweet...Albie reminds me of my little rabbit i had when i was a teenager...who could anyone not want those animals!!

You should grow your own veggies...may save you a few pennies Very Happy
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Post by Irish_Lass on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 20:49

Look at the curves Mischa has going on!!! Wink

Fantastic pics Lou! I'd love to spend an afternoon at your place, all those rabbits. Its been years since I've had a rabbit, miss them.

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Post by Haych on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 20:56

oh wow stunning cats and what gorgeous names!

And I adore your babbits - how do they stay in the garden? I have a pen for mine to run round but would love to let them loose but worry theyd escape.

Carrot stays in the garden as she was handled from birth but onion would be a worry to me as she isnt as willing to be fussed
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Post by Irish_Lass on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 20:58

You have rabbits too Haych?! Jealous! Smile

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Post by liz2 on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 22:11

they look lovely. Have you any supermarkets near you? i am sure if you said you had rescued rabbits they would keep some of the veggies, they throw loads away, just a thought. x
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Post by silverrabbit on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 23:04

I often go to the veg places in the asian supermarket areas as they're really generous with giving me bits and bobs left over Smile I tried growing my own veg but one of my rabbits pulled up and ate an entire tub of carrots rabbit

Haych - well we have a 6ft fence on one side and on the outside we have a hedge that I lined with chickenwire that's buried into the ground. I think because the garden is quite big and "wild" (aka a mess lol) they have lots of areas to play in and don't really try and escape.

The ones i've had from babies have a routine for going to their hutches - you just clap your hands and they hoppity hop back home Smile

The really untame bunnies (aka Skye and another called Nobby (lmao) also a rescue) go in the run. Having a big one built this summer so that it will fit a hutch in so the crazy bunnies can have more freedom.

And yes, Mischa deffo has some curves LMAO. She's so lazy, all she wants to do it lounge around and get pampered by her slave (aka me) lol!
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Post by liz2 on Tue 13 Jul 2010 - 23:26

shame we dont live closer. Old lady next door to my sister used to have a house bunny who also had this lovely outdoor run. bunny died a year or so ago run is just sitting in ladys garden
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Post by aly_starh on Wed 14 Jul 2010 - 22:06

SR;- are all your rabbits neautered?

Ive been wanting to get Alfie a few friends for ages, but the cost of getting them all neautered... Shocked

Are all rescue rabbits already neautered?

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Post by silverrabbit on Wed 14 Jul 2010 - 23:18

Ahh yeah Liz, could do with a big run like that!

Yeah all neutered. These are ones I have rescued myself from nasty people so I had to have them all done myself, some at my vet and some at a local rescue centre - does get pricey lol, last time I had 4 done in one day, but the rspca don't charge crazy amounts, and my vet had a special offer on

If you get a rescue rabbit from a centre then 100% sure they will all be neutered as they don't encourage breeding etc.

Edit: It'd be better to get him only one friend. They bond better in pairs, females can become quite competetive even if spayed and a male often won't accept another male.
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