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    Wise Old Thumper Jack's-Jane's Avatar
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    Just want to point out that the photos were taken when Lord H was still with the Breeder. I do not like the way the run on the grass has the bar base over grass. It should be covered to protect the Rabbit's feet/hocks and also a Binkying Bunny could easily injure themselves on the metal base.


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    I think you need to get the bunny bundle (second to last photo) printed up as a canvas, it's so adorable. How on earth did the breeder tell them apart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glingle View Post
    I think you need to get the bunny bundle (second to last photo) printed up as a canvas, it's so adorable. How on earth did the breeder tell them apart?
    With difficulty til she got to know their individual characters !!


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    RE: the base, yes, we've one area like that on concrete (the new-to-us dog crate) and it's far from ideal so we try and hang any food off the sides above the others things to stand on! They don't spend much time in there and Ableth really shows how it's not ideal by how she moves about on it. It's not big enough to binky in and it is just an extra area for them, but we've plans to sort it out! If I can ever find somewhere selling the composite decking I want to use

    But OMG what cute photos! A veritable fluff-fest of grey cuteness! Thankyou very much for sharing, they have very much brightened a very dull Nottingham day here
    The geeky one...



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