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i have a 4.5 month old bunny named callie. she is beautiful and absolutely hysterical. she's my little wind-up toy--run run run run run...flop! she's very mouthy, much more so than my former bunny cosie (more about her in a minute), so i searched for rabbit toys for her to chew on and landed here. the dumbbells are her favorite! i've had her since august 17th.
sadly, on august first, i lost my sweet cosie. she was 9.5 years old. she was the most calm, loving, easy-going rabbit ever. she loved kids. i work with children with disabilities and she would visit around easter time. she let them do whatever they wanted to her and took it all in stride. i brought her to visit my now two year old cousin, who was just beginning to teethe at the time, and cosie let ally nibble on her ear! (don't worry, she didn't have any real teeth yet!)
i found after cosie's passing that i was incredibly heartbroken and lonely, and so i set off to find another bunny friend and that's how callie came along.
and here's cosie on her 8th birthday: (yes, i stage photo shoots )
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