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    Default The Year 2000

    Ronan, Jack, Ellie, Beatrice & Timothy











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    What a gorgeous group. I really enjoyed looking at those

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    What a gorgeous group. I really enjoyed looking at those
    They were all very chunky !! Not surprising given the bad diet I fed them before I knew better xx


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    Oh my, beautiful Rexes Am I correct in thinking that Beatrice was the Mum of Jack and Ronan? I don't remember what relation Timothy and Ellie were though.

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    Frances had to have the fat talk with me about several of my earlier rabbits. At least we've learnt & adapted as we could. I imagine chunky rexes are quite common if they are as greedy as people say

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    Aww what a beautiful group!

    Primrose would have been rounder if she had been permitted! Nothing like the rex appetite!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Oh my, beautiful Rexes Am I correct in thinking that Beatrice was the Mum of Jack and Ronan? I don't remember what relation Timothy and Ellie were though.
    Beatrice was Mum to Ronan, Jack, Timothy, Jill, Sophie, Anna, Molly and one Kit who died in a tragic accident at just 3 weeks of age

    Ellie was one of Bea’s sisters, Megan was the other. Ellie, Meg and Bea were my very first Rabbits



    Seamus was Dad to Bea’s babies. An ‘Oops litter’ as when he was castrated my then Vet failed to inform me that he could remain fertile for up to 6 weeks post surgery…..



    I thought that Bea was just getting even fatter



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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Frances had to have the fat talk with me about several of my earlier rabbits. At least we've learnt & adapted as we could. I imagine chunky rexes are quite common if they are as greedy as people say

    Rexes have a default setting of hungry


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    What a shame it is that rabbit groups of that size would be so difficult to bond. I'd love to have multiple bonded rabbits

    I also think that the Rex greedy gene is contagious and that Tui has caught it. She would eat anything she was given and still fill up on hay.

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    What a wonderful group of bunnies. Looks like they had loads of space, too.

    I'm liking these photos you're sharing of your old bunny friends, IM.
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    Such beautiful bunnies
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