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"I had a dutch rabbit. When I bought her at the pet store they told me she was a dutch dwarf. She had such a strong personality. Her name was Nosey because she was so inquisitive. The girls at the pet store had already named her. She was black and white and even after she was grown she was small. If you did something that irritated her she didn't care a bit to give you a nibble. She was so adorable and our whole family loved her. It was like losing a family member when we had to let her go. She became ill and nothing could be done to save her. We had two other rabbits but they did not have the personality Nosey had. They were much more passive. If I ever decide to have another rabbit, it will definitely be a dutch. "
"Reva Campbell"

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