One of my buns, Peter is from a rescue, he is a brown and white mini rex. He is 9 months and was neutered by the rescue. My other bunny a female, I bought from a breeder, she is a lionhead/hot tot mix and I spayed her at six months. The baby I have now is 8 weeks old, blackjack is his name, and is a all black mini-rex with a white snipet on his nose and blue eyes. He will be neutered at 5 or 6 months. So far other then spays and neuters, I had Peter my mini-rex to the vet a month ago, and he developed mites in his ears although the vet didn't see any. He had sores in his ear. So I treated him and his sister for mites. I didn't have the baby then. I quarantined the baby for a month and now his is in my Florida room in his own area with the others. All my rabbits regardless of where they came from, were clean and healthy and pretty friendly. They are wonderful and friendly now and come running when I feed them and take care of them and play with them. Love all my buns.Curious how many guardians have rescue buns? History/backgrounds? Ages now since you rescued? Were DVM trips needed upon intake due to parasites, maladies, et al?
You're 14?? Wow. I thought you were more like 16, at least (and only that young because I'm pretty sure I've seen context clues indicating you lived with parent(s) and/or were in school, etc.). Reminds me of myself, hehe... I always sounded like a miniature adult even when I was younger and was always very mature for my age.Because I'm 14, I can't be the primary caretaker (said the rescue). I get that though. Most kids my age can't properly meets a rabbit's needs. Rabbits in rescues just need a second chance and it's our job to make sure they get that.