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I'm Carly. My fiance and I found our bunny, who we named FooFoo outside. It looks as though she was either abandoned or ran away from her previous home. We looked but no one around us had a pet rabbit and we didn't see any Missing Bunny signs, so we decided to keep her. We have had her for about a month, but we don't know too much about her, like her age or if she has been spayed.FooFoo is kinda relaxed, she enjoys playing with her blankie ( a red hand towel she has claimed as hers) and recently she adopted a stuffed sheep that she pulled into her corner of the bedroom, but is just as happy laying on the floor with her mommy or sitting on the couch while we are watching TV or a movie. She is black and brown with a white nose and front feet. As far as we know from taking her to the vet, she is healthy and was well cared for at some point. I am guessing she is only a couple years old, since she doesn't look like a baby but she doesn't look old either.
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