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"I had a mini rex (Cinnamon) years ago and unfortunately he passed away (from old age) and I miss him so much. He actually lived to be around 9 years old which is very old for them! He was a show rabbit but I never showed him, just kept him as a family pet. He had the best personality any rabbit could have...I felt he was more like a dog sometimes because he would lick you! He never bit anyone and was very gentle. He was very good with the litter box and loved to explore the house. I was young when I had him and believe it or not he would play hide n go seek! I would put him somewhere in the house and run and hide and a few minutes later here he came to find me! I used to make mazes for him and he would actually do them. He loved parsley so if you havent tried to give yours that I would try it! He layed on the couch like it was his own but sometimes I had to watch...I left my homework out and he started nibbling on think the teacher would believe you that a rabbit ate your homework!? He loved to follow me around and always be with me. He didn't like baths though, or his nails clipped! But other than that, he was the best rabbit anyone could ask for. In the summer we sometimes had him outside with our other rabbits and the one night a german shepperd came by and tried to get in the cage..Cinnamon thumped his foot so hard that luckily my sister heard him from the other side of the house and ran out there to scare the dog away. Lets just say after that I never let him outside again! If you are looking for one that is good with kids I say go for a mini rex!! Their fur is SO soft you could pet them all day. It shocked me to read comments on here that their mini rexs were mean because I knew quite a few and none of them were ever like that! I would recommend to get one from an actual breeder so you know it's pure bred and then maybe you won't have the agressiveness that some people had with theirs. Hope this helps someone who is deciding to get one or not!"

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