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    Since getting into rabbits I've imagined having a conti, as a house rabbit, but not while we have dogs.

    I also love red eyed whites and my ds would love one as he's goes on about them. There was one at the rescue we visited, when we chose Darwin (not a rew) he'd been there a long time with little interest. When we went back again for another rabbit, we hoped he'd still be there, but he had found a home x

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    Belgian hare

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    I always say wildies are my favourite rabbit! Of course that's not something you would ever or ever want to own, so I'm happy viewing for afar (or as near as they will let me )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post


    As I expected absolutely gorgeous! I've always wanted a Netherland Dwarf and I have two beautiful black otters, would love to have more in different colours one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post




    Not a breed. But if I didn't know myself to be not up to caring for living creatures, I'd still want a yard full of assorted black bunnies, that I've never had. All styles, all types, just black.

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    I'd love a tri coloured dutch, mainly white with random blobs of black and brown. When I was growing up we had a cat, Lucy, who had that patterning and it always reminds me of her ❤️❤️❤️


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    Part of me thinks it would be really fun to own a rabbit the size of a large dog if they existed...but then the sensible part of me remembers how much mess my dwarf lop used to make and thinks otherwise!!

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    NZ white & REW contis. Both because of bunnies I met

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    I have space too. Don't know why I don't just get one or a pair. I have no horse now so time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willow_Warren View Post
    I always say wildies are my favourite rabbit! Of course that's not something you would ever or ever want to own, so I'm happy viewing for afar (or as near as they will let me )

    Hannah
    I have a Wildie quite old now

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