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I guess while I'm here I'll share some pictures of the other rabbits I've had as well haha I've had a quite a few interesting breeds

Hamilton (my little sister named him) - Argente Brun
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Roy (one of the Belgian Hares I had)
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Tommy (one of the Britannia Petites I had)
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A Steel Dutch.
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Crestomanci, a Japanese Harlequin
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A Havana
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Bop, a Holland lop (this was my 4th rabbit)
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Bilbo, a Velveteen Lop
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Kameron, a Mini Lop
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Cookie, a Siamese Mini Satin (unfortunately the only picture I still have in her is in a travel carrier)
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Great to see your bunn! Here’s Jasper he is around 10! I rescued him two year ago hence vets say he’s around 10.
Oh he is so so so cute!!!!!
 
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He was energetic. He was curious, and not scared of people, never aggressive but he wasn't cuddly or attention seeking like the himalayans are.
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What a beautiful rabbit! Bluebell is the dead opposite. He loves attention and starts tearing around his cage whenever I walk downstairs to see him! He's also highly affectionate, he'll lick your hand all day long.
 
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Peyton also gets dramatic if he doesn't get his way. I wonder if that is a personality trait that English Spots have?
It very well could be! I suppose it varies from rabbit to rabbit. If his breakfast is late (even by a few minutes), he takes his food cup and chucks it across his cage! He's definitely more demanding than my late rabbit (a lionhead), but I love him to pieces anyway!
 
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I guess while I'm here I'll share some pictures of the other rabbits I've had as well haha I've had a quite a few interesting breeds

Hamilton (my little sister named him) - Argente Brun
View attachment 53113

Roy (one of the Belgian Hares I had)
View attachment 53114

Tommy (one of the Britannia Petites I had)
View attachment 53115

A Steel Dutch.
View attachment 53117

Crestomanci, a Japanese Harlequin
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A Havana
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Bop, a Holland lop (this was my 4th rabbit)
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Bilbo, a Velveteen Lop
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Kameron, a Mini Lop
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Cookie, a Siamese Mini Satin (unfortunately the only picture I still have in her is in a travel carrier)
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Gorgeous rabbits! How do Belgian hares compare to English spots? I hear they are even higher energy. What were your Britannia petite's like? I've heard that some of them can have less-than-nice temperaments, but I'm sure there are very sweet individuals out there as well!
 

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My 7 month old American Sable buck is named Star. My husband found him abandoned at about 3-4 months old on the side of a busy street on the edge of Chicago in a business park area. I am so glad he noticed the bunny sitting there and knew he wasn’t a wild rabbit. He brought it home on his lap -an hour drive. The poor thing sat in his lap calmly the whole way. My husband didn’t intend to keep him because we have so many animals already, but there was no way our daughter and I could let him go. First two photos were day he came home, then some more recent. :) I never knew how fun bunnies were!
 

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My 7 month old American Sable buck is named Star. My husband found him abandoned at about 3-4 months old on the side of a busy street on the edge of Chicago in a business park area. I am so glad he noticed the bunny sitting there and knew he wasn’t a wild rabbit. He brought it home on his lap -an hour drive. The poor thing sat in his lap calmly the whole way. My husband didn’t intend to keep him because we have so many animals already, but there was no way our daughter and I could let him go. First two photos were day he came home, then some more recent. :) I never knew how fun bunnies were!
That's such a great story, lucky bunny found you.
 

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Great pictures of everyone's rabbits!

All three of your Netherland dwarf's are so adorable! Are they your favorite breed? Also, love the collars! Where did you get them from? I've been considering getting Bluebell a collar.
Just FYI for anyone reading and wondering the same thing. Collars are actually quite dangerous to put on rabbits. Rabbits freak out very easily, and a collar getting snagged on something could either pose a choking hazard, cause spinal damage, or a panicked rabbit could even go into cardiac arrest. So please, do not put collars on rabbits.

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Great pictures of everyone's rabbits!



Just FYI for anyone reading and wondering the same thing. Collars are actually quite dangerous to put on rabbits. Rabbits freak out very easily, and a collar getting snagged on something could either pose a choking hazard, cause spinal damage, or a panicked rabbit could even go into cardiac arrest. So please, do not put collars on rabbits.

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Thank you for the FYI! I didn't know that, but it is certainly something I'm glad I know now!
 

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This is my bun Ben! He's a 3.5 month old Holland lop. He looooves eating and extremely lazy. But he's the sweetest!

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Then there's my bun Snowy. He's also 3.5 months old, but just a tiny bit younger than Ben. He's a very playful and curious lionhead with lots of bedhead.

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