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Old 01-16-2009   #1
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Here is my Tootsie boy on his throne.

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He certainly seems to be enjoying his throne. What a cute bunny!
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These are cute shots. Do bunnies jump very high onto things?
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Very cute. I love the bunny's color.
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Nice bunny shot. Puts me in mind of Murphy, a red satin & rex mix I had years ago. Lots of folks don't realize what great pets rabbits can be. Murph was a joy and darn funny at times too.

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He certainly seems to be enjoying his throne. What a cute bunny!
Thanks Lori...he does like to hang out up there.
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These are cute shots. Do bunnies jump very high onto things?
Thanks...rabbits can hop very high if they want to.
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Very cute. I love the bunny's color.
Thank you I call him my Velveteen Rabbit. He is super soft too.
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Nice bunny shot. Puts me in mind of Murphy, a red satin & rex mix I had years ago. Lots of folks don't realize what great pets rabbits can be. Murph was a joy and darn funny at times too.

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Tootsie is a Caster mini Rex...so I'm told. He is a rescue. My other two bunnies are pet store mixes that I've known since they were born. I've had them since they were 10 weeks old. They are more disobedient and bratty. I can't even pick them up and they refuse to use their litterboxes! Oh well, hopefully they will mellow with time.

Tootsie is perfectly litter trained. I wonder if it is because he is a boy or just his temperment. He is almost a year old.
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Tootsie is perfectly litter trained. I wonder if it is because he is a boy or just his temperment. He is almost a year old.[/quote]

Not sure? Murphy was my only experience with rabbits and I got him by pure chance and my temper. Walking by a pet store and spotted this tiny little rabbit (Murphy) in the window in a really small space with an empty water bottle, the sun beating in on him. He was all stretched out and panting. Made me so angry, I turned in and bought him. Took him home, built him a huge cage, did the litter box thing and gave him fresh sweet clover hay and all the fresh veggies he wanted. Didn't have rabbit pellets so gave him dry Science Diet dog food. He loved it. He lived for 11 years and from what I've been told that is a very long time for rabbits so I guess he had a good life. He sure brought joy to mine
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Not sure? Murphy was my only experience with rabbits and I got him by pure chance and my temper. Walking by a pet store and spotted this tiny little rabbit (Murphy) in the window in a really small space with an empty water bottle, the sun beating in on him. He was all stretched out and panting. Made me so angry, I turned in and bought him. Took him home, built him a huge cage, did the litter box thing and gave him fresh sweet clover hay and all the fresh veggies he wanted. Didn't have rabbit pellets so gave him dry Science Diet dog food. He loved it. He lived for 11 years and from what I've been told that is a very long time for rabbits so I guess he had a good life. He sure brought joy to mine[/quote]

I bet Murphy was very thankful for your gift to him. It seems to me that when animals are saved from a difficult life they know it and appreciate it. Indoor rabbits are said to live between 8-12 years so Murphy did indeed live a long life. Well done!


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