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    Welcome to RU little bunnies you sure are cute xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glingle View Post
    So, bloke hasn’t yet moved out, although will hopefully be doing so within the next couple of weeks. I didn’t want to come home to an empty house as it’s going to be odd without him, even though I’ll be glad to finally be able to relax.
    I discussed things with Mum and we decided that moving Herb and Willow indoors wasn’t right for them. Herb gets stressed quite easily due to his cataract and not being able to see things. It’s also the wrong time of year as they have their winter coats on and so they’ll be hot indoors and if it doesn’t work out having them indoors then they will have lost some of their thick coats and would be too cold outdoors.
    We therefore decided to keep them outdoors, and to have new bunnies indoors.
    One of my colleagues had a rabbit in the summer, but she tragically lost him to RHD2 as her vet only told her that she needed the combined vaccine. She is still upset by his death and has now got piggies for her children. Her friend however keeps bunnies and when she had a litter recently offered her a baby from the litter. Unfortunately (!), she told me about them, which when I heard they were nethies was a fait accompli! I was originally only going to have one boy, but *someone* talked me into getting his brother as well. I’m not entirely sure how I’m going to tell them apart, but food dye on the ear tip has been suggested.
    I do feel guilty that they aren’t from rescue, What has been noticed though, by my family, colleagues and friends is how much happier I am since I’ve decided to have them. They’re coming home on Sunday to live in the kitchen/diner initially and then free range further when bloke finally leaves. I’m stupidly happy and excited about having them.
    I’ve no idea what to call them, I guess it’ll be another plant/tree type theme though. They weren’t impressed at posing with baked beans but I was trying to show my niece how small they are,





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    They are so cute I’m really glad they are bringing some joy into your life

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    Heinz & Beans

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    Aw my goodness- they are just so adorable. They can't bring anything other than happiness to your life and I do believe we are seeing a challenge to the royal family here of pip and Archie. What a pair of adorable wee nethies. I'm so excited for you. I can't wait to hear what names you've chosen. 😍😍😍😍

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    Argh! They're so teeny and cute! I can't wait to hear all about their adventures!

    I hope bloke moves out soon so they can have a proper zoomie around the place. You know, if he's still there in a couple of weeks you could just leave him out on the kerb and for a small fee the council will take him away and dispose of him for you.

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    They are just adorable


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    Welcome to the Nethie club! I can definitely see mischief in their eyes. They are adorable though, I just want to squish them. Haha.

    Let me know if you want any Nethie help. Beware of their teeny size, they can fit in some suprisingly small spaces!!!! Oh and they are super smart.

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    It's got to be Bake and Bean!

    They are so adorable. The one in the first picture especially, had trouble written all over him!

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    YES! My first rabbit was an agouti Nethie, he was a little monster, but the BEST kind of monster! Best of luck!
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