Totoro and Wilbur were both adopted from the humane society, according to estimations Totoro is supposed to be a month older than Wilbur, but this is the best I can do! I'll just quickly share their stories
I adopted Wilbur at an estimated 8-10 weeks old. She and her siblings were the result of an "accidental" pregnancy. The humane society told me she was a boy and that she'd probably be 5-7 pounds when she finished growing, boy they were wrong! At barely 3 pounds she's going to be a little munchkin forever and of course she's a girl. She's my baby .
Wilbur first day home, 8-10 weeks
Her feet were too big for her body!
Wilbur full grown
I brought home Totoro when he was about 6 months old. He was found as a stray in a parking lot; he was emaciated, dehydrated, lethargic, covered in ticks, had worms and a URI, and had two bott flies in his neck that were so big they were pushing on his airway. Since then he is now a healthy weight, his fur became silky and he grew lots of spots, and even the fur on his neck regrew. When I went to visit him there was a special heart on his cage that said "I'm a sweetheart!". Who knew that a rabbit coming from that situation would turn out to be 7 1/2 pounds of the sweetest, biggest snuggle bunny ever?
Totoro at the humane society, estimated 6 months
Totoro full grown
My oddball pair, first bonding session. Wilbur, 7 months and Totoro, 8 months