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    Wise Old Thumper touie's Avatar
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    Default How many people have rabbits ages 5 or over?

    and if so what sex and breed are they, i am just curious to see how many older bunnier there are on here


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    I have dwarf lop who is about 7. Not sure of her exact age as I got her from a rescue in February.

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    I have a dwarf lop called Bugsy...hes 8 and a half possibly older .
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    Also remembering my beautiful bridge bunnies.xx

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    Benji, a dwarf lop x, will be 11 in December.

    Magic, a lionhead lop, is 5 years old.

    Dakota, a French Lop, is at least 4, but more likely around 5 years old.

    Just a couple of weeks ago, I have lost my 8 year old lionhead girl Charlie...

    All my other current bunnies are between 3 and 4 years old now.

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    Sandyboy............. Harliquin around 15 years old
    Last edited by lisabunnie; 18-08-2009 at 11:24 AM.

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    Toffee is 7 years old
    He is an Angora X Lionhead and has never had any heath problems whatsoever.
    He may need a dental in the future but he is fighting so strong
    I love him to bits. He is so special to me
    Look at the scruff bag!!!!
    Hetty...


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    My two have just turned 5 and I hope with have any happy years ahead of us yet.

    Inky is a male Dutch/Netherland Dwarf cross and Smokey is a female English (crossed with something very fluffy).

    I can't and don't want to imagine life without my miscreants.
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    A lionhead nethie-cross, Orlando, age 7
    Nethie, Foxglove, aged 7
    Lop, Firefly, aged 7
    2 uppy ear gingers, Tigger and Lindt, aged 5 1/2
    German Lop, Noah, aged 4
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    5 of my 16 are definitely aged 5 or over

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    Leo - male lionhead cross, age 5 years
    Baby - female netherland dwarf, age 5 years
    Jack - male netherland dwarf, age 5.5 years
    Paddy - male cashmere lop, age 6 years
    Minstrel - male lionhead cross, age 7 years
    Hazel - female cashmere lop, age 9 years

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