Fluffy tails are cute are they not. Look at Haymitch, still an adorable fluff ball even though he wasn’t feeling well and had to stay indoors to be monitored. This was taken about six hours before he made a spontaneous recovery and spent the night doing bunny 500’s on the bed and peeing all over the duvet.
Noella has definitely been one of our more challenging buns to bond.
She came to us from The Warren Bunny Boarding after she fell out with her older partner.
Many people fell in love with her as even though she is shy, she's adorably cute.
We sometimes joke about the witching hour when we bond, usually if a fight breaks out it will be about 2am.
All I can say is Noella had definitely got wind of this, I lost count of the number of times a promising bond got to 2am just as I was drifting off to sleep on the too short sofa and Noella would take a sudden dislike to her new friend and all hell would break loose. Once I even drove her back to the rescue at 4am in my pjs.
Noella recently met Rolo, it definitely wasn't love at first sight but he was the first rabbit she didn't feel the need to chase him and pull fur until I was a jibbering wreck, so we persevered. Using the guineapig run as Rolo had demonstrated his ability to fit his head through a 3 inch gap in my bonding pen nearly giving me heart failure.
Rolo's idea of courting was to launch himself at Noella and flop on top of her, interesting to say the very least. Eventually he won her over either that or she was bored into submission.
So two weeks ago after 14 days of careful bonding Noella went to her forever home.
She might be small but she was indeed mighty and will be some bun I always remember.
Plus it goes to show that there is some bun out there for every bun.