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Tanlover I have 5 going along my signature you have Nermal, then Piglet, Piglet and Pepper together, then Pepper solo and Pipi and Blossom together. Pipi and Blossom have lost some of their floof but Blossom has sprouted her father Piglets signature Mowhawk.
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Pepper and Piglet were taken from a backyard meat farm when they were little. The neighbours complained to a rescue group when their cats kept bringing home baby bunnies for breakfast. I loaned my pet carriers to the rescue and one was retunred with two tiny balls of fluff in need of care and a loving home. They could not identify their Mummy and it was likely they no longer had one. The mongrel that was breeding them laughed when he was told the neighbours had complained about the babies roaming free and being killed by predators. Unfortunately I thought they were both boys, I found out the hard way... never trust a gender call before 12 weeks of age and even then watch for signs that someone got it wrong. That is how I came to have Nermal, Pipi and Blossom, the result of two oops litters and whilst it was amazing to have baby buns and they are gorgeous it was also the most traumatic thing I have ever been through from birth to rehoming.
This is pepper and Piglet Post rescue Day 1