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ISAC QUIN HOOER

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My favorite rabbit ever that i have is a mixed breed rabbit named Reva. It was one of my first rabbits that i got. She is so funny to watch. She will stand on her hind legs and stare at me whenever i go past. She will NOT stop until i am out of view.
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So hard to list one. The cremation urns are kept of my very special soulmate buns. Because cremations for all of our gently PTS mutts, rescues, adopted strays, shelter-adopteds would be very expensive.

Dutch(es), PTSD Harlequin (stray), mutts in brown color, Tan (from high-kill shelter), New Zealand whites, Mini rex, gosh, many that left an indelible impression on my heart! - So hard to specify just one.

Unwanted lops have come thru our rescue however because of cottontail rehab years both hub and I are especially fond of up-ears.

Our 10-yr.-old n/male mini-rex runs over to place his paws on his xpen rail as he awaits a morning handout.

@ISAC QUIN HOOER , so cute that your girl periscopes and watches! I love seeing them do so.
 

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Our all-time favorite rabbit was a cottontail that was brought to us while its eyes were still closed. My wife fed it and we both pitched in to give it a good life.

That little rascal was lively, smart, playful, friendly and it loved to tease our domestic bunnies. She ruled the roost. Pat lit up our lives--filled our lives with every kind of happiness. She will live forever in our hearts. pat_frm_3743.jpg
 

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Again, many pics I could be posting here of extra special furry companions who filled our lives with love. Thank you, all, for sharing pics and comments.

Forever My Love: My Karla was on the floor to be euthanized after the shelter took in 185 cats from a hoarder individual. The shelter was overwhelmed. Karla had fleas upon capture as a stray, and spent a week in the stray-hold area, with a sporadic dose of flea treatment. The staff felt she had ringworm, hence she was moments away from being euth'd when I entered the euth' room on June 5, 2005, and talked to kennel manager. Previously I watched her in the stray area as I volunteered for rabbit socialization, snuggles, litter pan changes, etc. and chaperoned on bunny dates. // Jump forward to happier new-beginning: Kennel mgr. agreed to my request of seeking a 2nd opinion and assuming all responsibility. She did not have ringworm per her exam with a rabbit savvy DVM. My PTSD kisser changed my life forever.
 

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ISAC QUIN HOOER

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Our all-time favorite rabbit was a cottontail that was brought to us while its eyes were still closed. My wife fed it and we both pitched in to give it a good life.

That little rascal was lively, smart, playful, friendly and it loved to tease our domestic bunnies. She ruled the roost. Pat lit up our lives--filled our lives with every kind of happiness. She will live forever in our hearts. View attachment 57468
Wow thats so cool! lucky you.😲
 

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