I was browsing craigslist today and saw so many ads for rabbits. One was a dutch mix, gray and white, tiny and adorable, and I want her. But I have a well established bonded pair and I cannot risk upsetting their utopia by adding a third rabbit to my household, so now I'm angry at my rabbits for being rabbits (I am NOT being serious here). Last summer I put down a deposit on a beautiful show bunny but I ended up changing my mind. She was a seal point Netherland Dwarf and even to this very day I wish I had bought her to try bonding my pair into a trio. She was the same age as my two, who had not been fixed yet and were not bonded yet, and I feel like there was a small chance it might have worked out and I just wish I had tried. It is far too late now to try adding another bunny, I know that, but I get mad at the territorial nature of rabbits and how they make themselves difficult to rescue. Again, I am NOT seriously angry, but do you know what I mean? Why can't they behave as nice as they look so that we can rescue more of them? Why do they have to be so difficult? I just want more bunnies, that's all. Is that too much to ask? Really?