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"I have had many NZ rabbits in my past, since I used to show rabbits in 4-H. I did very well and had many trophies, but most of all, I just loved my New Zealands! My very first was named Berry, he was not showable because he was from a pet store, but he was the sweetest thing. My next and most memorable New Zealand was named Zorro. Zorro was my favorite animal in the whole world. First thing I would do when I came home from school with my friends would be to bring Zorro out of his cage and play with him on a towel. He loved being flipped over on his back, he was so relaxed and would love being pet on his belly. I especially enjoyed his cute little nudges and licks. He had an unshowable body type, but I loved his low shoulders and elongated body (I know, not very "ideal" but still cute :D). Zorro was a little "excited" though if you know what I mean, he always made a mess on the grooming table o_O. I miss him so dearly! I also had other New Zealands like Philo(a shy, muscular, little fellow, that was good at show), Papaya (an amazing show rabbit! though a little cranky), Gladyce (named after my great grandma though she was nothing like her! this rabbit was so mean [always snipping and such], but i did have some heart to heart with her when she sat nicely on my great grandma's lap :D), and some others that took a lot of time and hard work to take care of. New Zealands were truly a passion to me, and I am definitely going to get another one since they are so wonderful! (definitely getting a male though!) GET ONE!!"
"ashley"

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