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Hey everybody, my name's Bryan. My wife and I just adopted a pair of mini rex siblings. They're about 3 years old, they're rescue bunnies and we've had them for almost two months.
That's Jane on the left, Mac on the right... they're both fixed, and Mac has very slight head tilt. Jane's very shy but is sweet-natured and loves exploring and climbing. Mac is a little more outgoing and loves run and jump around. They're both very handshy, but in last few weeks they've started letting us pet them a little bit, and are behaving much better for their brushing sessions.
We decided to get the bunnies because we recently moved and wanted some companionship and something to keep us occupied in the new house. My wife had a bunny when she was a kid, I've only had cats and dogs before so this is a new experience for me! We're hoping to get a kitten after new years, so I'll probably be asking a lot of questions around then about how to bond them . Thanks for having me, and I look forward to posting with you guys!