Nothing's stopping you, right? I know nothing's stopped me from flopping alongside my rabbits, and it's the best thing ever when they get your message and flop into you!These flop photos are so cute. And I can remember times I'd like to be able to flop like that after a busy day.
He's actually my granddaughter's bunny. Yesterday he was on the living room chair with me and we were watching TV together. After an hour+ of constantly petting him on the chair and I realized how long he was with me, I took a closer look. He was sound asleep!oh so cute, I really need to get a photo of my Bun flopping, and yes Buns often seem to flop in the strangest places.
I have caught my Bun a few times flopped right beside her food dish, with her head resting on the food dish, and at the same time eating out of the food dish. I had to hold back my laughter, so as not to disturb her rest.
It's like she loves food so much, she eats in her sleep.
One of my new kits flops all the time because his back legs don't work. Not sure if he was born this way or it happened shortly after and I was worried about his future. As it turns out he is a real little trooper and is doing very well in the colony with his family. I call him Lt. Dan. I've made sure there is lots of everything he needs at his level and there is no place in the barn or day run he cant go, He's pretty quick too.
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She is in a cage becuase she kept escaping her pen(the red thing in the back) we have a new one coming to narrow with a top she’s to young to free roam right now and to small to stay in a cage she only goes in at night and stays with me in the living room and goes where I go in the car after she is older I’ll do potty training and then try to convince my mother to free roam her in the living room or in the lil room she stays inI just got her a week ago so she hasn’t really opened up to me enough to flop but she has just layed down with me Before and once in her make shift food bowl it was really cute but I think that’s a step closer to the trust I’m look forward to but she is 6 weeks old her name is Milly View attachment 64762 View attachment 64761