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As of tomorrow (Sept. 22nd), I'll have had my beautiful bunny-girl for two years!
It's hard to believe it's been so long. I remember seeing her for the first time, alone and scared, in a little cage in Petsmart like it was yesterday. I remember picking her up, looking at her beautiful agouti fur and dark eyes, and knowing that I wasn't leaving the store without her. I remember the months I spent trying to bond her to Mr. Bunny, who wasn't sure if he wanted a small brown rabbit in his life, to put it gently. I remember earning her trust and becoming HER human. And above all, I remember the love, joy, numerous bite wounds and chewed $35 cables she's given me in the two years we've been together. I'm so glad that I walked into Petsmart that day and brought my little brown friend home. Here's to my wonderful little girl and to many more great years with her!