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Oh My Ears And Whiskers [May. 21st, 2006|10:18 am]
Tony Grist
Yesterday was a nothing-is-happening-even-though-we're-fucking-moving-day;  so we made something happen. 

We went and bought another rabbit.

A father and daughter team rescue rabbits. They have a shed in their back yard packed floor to ceiling with hutches. And every hutch contains a lovable bun.

They have giant rabbits- things as big as bulldogs, only with floppy ears and lolloping legs.  One of them was at liberty. It lummoxed round the shed trying to trip people up.

I don't want one of those.

The daughter said we needed to get a female because two males, even if neutered, will fight. So we had to pass on the half-lionhead with the puffy face that Ailz wanted because it was so ugly.

And we settled on Rachel. Rachel the rabbit. She's all subtle shades of fawn and ginger.
And about three times the size of little Tosh.  

She likes nothing better than to lie on the settee and watch TV. Apparently.

They're going to get her neutered for us and we take delivery next saturday. 

Ailz is in the bedroom getting dressed. She's singing "My bunny lies over the ocean"

Bring back, 
Bring back,
Oh, bring back my bunny to me.
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[User Picture]From: heleninwales
2006-05-21 03:04 am (UTC)
She's singing "My bunny lies over the ocean

*Groan!*

I'm fascinated by your indoor rabbits. Can you house train a rabbit? When we had a rabbit, he lived outside in a hutch and had the run of the backyard. We never considered rabbits and guinea pigs as house pets.

I hope the bunnies enjoy one another's company. We always try to keep two of whatever, though we are down to one rat now because his brother died a little while ago. I didn't get more because I want a break from rat keeping and besides, Meurig is so frail and elderly that I don't think he could cope with youngsters bouncing about.
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2006-05-21 05:51 am (UTC)
Rabbits are very clean animals. They choose a toilet area and stick to it(pretty much). All you have to do is put down a litter tray in the chosen spot.

Our rabbit's toilet is just inside the front door- which presents problems when you're thinking of welcoming prospective buyers into your home.
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