Susie the Mini Lop Doe

ChloeCrull

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Hello, everyone!

Two days ago, I was able to adopt Susie the Mini Lop doe from a lovely woman named Sara whom lives in the next town over. So far, she is an absolute bundle of joy. This is her first time in our yard!

 

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Those are just the cutest little rabbits. Is she tame?
 

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Hello, everyone!

Two days ago, I was able to adopt Susie the Mini Lop doe from a lovely woman named Sara whom lives in the next town over. So far, she is an absolute bundle of joy. This is her first time in our yard!

Bless!
:<3:
Lovely.
 

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I used to have one years ago. It had the coloring of a Siamese. It was litter trained and lived in my house. They are so cute. Enjoy.
 

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Congratulations!!!! She is very pretty. How is her disposition so far? Is she spayed?

I know we were sternly warned against bringing our domesticated rabbit outside for several reasons:
-Their coloration and disposition makes them extremely vulnerable to hawks and other birds of prey, as well as other wild animals
-Their immune system is not setup to fight diseases they may encounter
-Escape! they might catch a scent and be gone with the wind.



Here is Huey, our rescued Mini Lop buck, he is about 16 months old, neutered & house trained.


Again, congrats and I hope you have a great image1.JPG

time together!
 
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