I just adopted my very first house rabbit last week, and I'm so thrilled with how wonderful she is! Maple Tiberius B-- is wild rabbit colored, brown with a little white tail, and she seems really big for how little she weighs.
Maple was found abandoned in a rental property by the rental manager and turned over to our local animal control. She's a fully grown adult, with no signs of seniority, so my vet guessed her to be somewhere around a year or two old. My husband and I have arbitrarily declared her birth day to be our wedding day (7/10/2011), because it's roughly accurate and easy to remember. So far, she is shockingly mellow for a rabbit, showing no fear of our toddler niece, Amelia, who tries very hard to be good, but well, is two and gets excited. (No worries, Amelia's never unsupervised with Maple!)
I've been having a lot of fun getting to know her these last few days, and I'm excited about our future together! I'd like to foster other buns eventually, but right now, I live with way too many humans for that to work. One weird thing, though. Maple doesn't really chew or play! She's nibbled a twig here and there, and explored her room, but she hasn't binkied or chewed any of the toys we've got her, or even our furniture! The is an unplugged lamp cord that she disdains! The vet said her teeth are fine and she eats plenty, but from what I've read it's really weird.