Nutty came to us as he was showing aggression in his previous home. Whilst he's a bit wiggly to pick up we've never seen any sign of aggression from him. We love Nutty, he's an active bunny who craves attention and head rubs.
Nutty is part of a growing number of rabbits who come to us as they are not what their owners expected. They need a lot of space and enrichment and do not show affection in the same way a dog might, nor are they cuddly but sadly due to misrepresentation in the media this is what people expect and when it's not what they end up with people quickly use interest.
Nutty originally came from a breeder along with a doe, the breeder sadly didn't advise the owners on neutering and the inevitable happened, they then had Nutty neutered but the vets advised them he would be ok to put back with his new family, of course a fight broke out and Nutty ended up living on his own.
Over the last week we've been bonding him with Mercedes and this weekend he'll be going to his forever home with a family who understand what rabbits need.
Bugsy Malone passed away overnight. Although we're not meant to have favourites Bugsy has always been mine, we tried to bond him with both Claudia & Kylie without success as he always preferred people to bunnies.
He loved getting head strokes and would happily sit for hours being cuddled too, he would follow us round, getting under my feet begging for fenugreek crunchies.
Over the last few days he'd lost a lot of weight and he was meant to be seeing the vet today after which he was coming to live with me.
He was the best of the best rabbits and I can't believe I'll never see him again.
This is Havoc, he came to us with aggression, not that we've seen any signs of it. Havoc loves to strike a pose, it maximises his treat potential.
Here he is demonstrating his Monday mouth pose, so cute.
If ever there was an aptly named bunny it was Jester, so cheeky he never failed to make you laugh. Or make you feel bad if you forgot to grate his breakfast. His toothless smile only added to his super cuteness.
Love this photo of Mutley, he's one of those bunnies with a permanently grumpy expression, probably due to having to have a low calcium diet which means he gets celery and Brussel sprouts rather than parsley and kale. On reflection I'd be grumpy about that too.
Turns out Robins like fenugreek crunchier too. Who knew...
Certainly not Bugsy Malone, I took this moments before the robbing robin stole his crunchy.
Tried pointing out we have bird seed and he probably shouldn't be indoors, didn't take a blind bit of notice though.
These two normally so happy a cute, looking slightly grumpy, why could that be? I think it was because they'd just been told that the box of treats wasn't just st for them. Another mistreated tale of bunny woe.
Benson was such a lovely bunny and although we're not supposed to have favourites he was always one of mine.
With his poofy cheeks and little heart shape on his nose he was adorably cute, he was a grumpy, grunty little guy who like his partner, Patty had no issues with telling you off if you weren't quick enough with breakfast or wanted to groom his floofy mane. Our household are particularly fond of bunnies with character and this is what I loved most about Benson.