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I guess I should start by saying...my name is Shelby! I got my 2 bunnies, Ollie & Coco last summer. They are both english angoras, and are as sweet as pie. I honestly never knw how much fun rabbits could be until I met Ollie & Coco.
Ollie, is a one year old, soon to be neutered male, who has the personality of a golden retriver. He's not quite as agile as Coco which makes him really entertaining at times.
Coco is a almost one year old, soon to be neutered famle, who loves climbing, running, and is very graceful. She is a little ball of energy, and her favorite food is good ole' mustard greens
I usually keep their hair cut shorter, like this...much easier to manage!
I declare your bunnies win best in cuteness overload. (and the little boy of coarse)
Thanks! really do have the personalities to match their cuteness
Yes, the plan is to bond them. I'm thinking it won't be too hard, right now they are obviiously housed seperatley.. but when I let Coco out in the morning to run around, she will go directly to Ollies cage and they will just sit there sniffing each other and trying to groom each other through the cage bars!! And whenever I have Ollie in the "rabbit house" outside, and Coco in the run.(the house and the run are connected with a "doggy door", they'll stand there looking at each other through the doggy door! (It's locked of course, but Coco is smart enough to use it!