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the biggest news? Peepers is a GIRL, vet said to bring her back in 2 months and she will double check, but she cant find any boy parts so because of that she gave us the go ahead to start introducing Peepers to Jenny lol. otherwise they are both extremly healthy, Jenny is in impeccable adult condition, perfect teeth, clean bum, clean ears, perfect eyes, perfect weight etc.. Peepers was the hit of the show though lol, as soon as "she" came out of the carrier for her turn, the vet and her helper just melted...then like the entire clinic was sticking their heads in to see "the cutest bunny ever" it was pretty funny, Peepers also impressed with her temperment, she was handled and snuggled by about 7 different people in a strange place and didnt get nervous at all, she was just like "hey, where I am now? cool!" a little boy was there(son of one of the techs) and he was like sticking his face at the carrier etc.. and Peepers just hopped to the front of the carrier and sniffled through the door. Jenny was upset, but she HATES being handled, so thats not really a shocker lol
I love when the staff ooos and aaahhhs the newest babies
I would make sure Peepers IS a girl once a while, flip her over and make sure she isn't growing any balls
Being in a vet office is awesome, isn't it? It is like bringing strangers together because they have one thing in common - animal companions
Now you have 2 girls I'm envious! I want 2 divas.. sometime..
Posted By Monkeybun on 10/02/2010 05:56 PM
I would personally wait to do introductions. When Peeper's gets older, she will get hormonal.. and all the bonding work could just end up being a waste of time Especially with 2 girls!
I have to agree. Pregnancy isn't the only risk of bonding unaltered rabbits. Two female bonds are the most difficult, so you have your work cut out for you.