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"My husband and I stumbled upon, while doing much needed yard work, a little bundle of fur behind our patio table chair eating a piece of dried grass. Very thin, it looked scared amd emaciated. We took him into our home, and well that well that. This was Sept 11 2006, he was around 2-5 mos of age we guess. He was thin and emaciated then, frightened and unsocial. He is now 5 months, is a holland lop and from what I gather he a blue tortoise shell. sweet, sensitive and georgous in every sense of the word. coat as soft as a minx, clean and soft smelling, and never a hairball or a peep out of him! He's got the cutest little eggshaped head, he chin restes whe he gets the back of his neck rubbed. My Husband has grown very attached and fond of him little tricks we've been teaching, he's very bright! He has the most endearing and gentle nature. fits like a glove into our little sanctuary we call home. He left me a little sample of himself one day just as I was finishing up cleaning his area, he must have thought it was funny as he jubilantly was hopping around and just pretty darned pleased as punch! Stood up, looked up at me for just a second, showed me his little prized possession and decided to squirt a little somethin' on my feet, bare sandels and threw a couple of nuggets. probably saying welcome to the household ma & pa! We laughed about it hysterically! His name is Silly Little Willy. little pink lips and pink rims around his sweet little brown expressive eyes. he's got this little thing he does with my husband in the morning before he leaves for work. jumps upon this little stool, and he gives him a tiny piece of a sliver of banana! I give him an occassional sliver of apple and/or papaya! He suddenly entered our lives, and how grateful we are that he has, thankful. He has put on weight with his 3 varieties of hay; oat, timothy, alfalfa, bermuda and meadow grass all daily - a healthy and balanced pellet variety with all the good things that help a growing boy grow! Fresh greens daily, kale, turnip, dandelion with small sprinkled bits of carrots once or twice daily - and always putting his little snoot in the water while he is drinking. - He is about 12" long 8" high, weighs about 3 lbs, and still appears to be fillin out. we figure him to be between 6-9 months of age - and doing really great. His little quirks, little snuggles and chin resting, and affectionate behaviour have been a god send to us all. He has a 4' high fence for an enclosure, lots a goodies for fun, all the necessary things a bunny would need. its 48" front to back and 72' length. Our old 15 year old cat Apollo "AKA" Pootie and Willy buddies. We have never had a rabbit, now we always will. joseph, kathy & silly willy"

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