I know how you feel. Amy had a lovely mini lop bunny. It was so sweet. Very intelligent too. It just died for no reason. People don't realise how nice these little bundles of fluff are. Unfortunately I developed an allergy to rabbits. When we were looking after my nephews rabbit, they only stopped to chat in our room (it was in the pet carrier) and my chest started to go tight and my breathing was hard. I also get itchy eyes. It takes hours to go away and I have to take an antihistamine tablet. So no more bunnies at our house.
Oooh you lost your English (We call 'em English here in Aus) I'm sorry for your loss!
They are the most adorable bunnies - I think my favourite breed. We bred them here for awhile, but people are funny, if they aren't the tiny breeds, they're not interested. It can get hard to rehome big buns!
We now breed mini lops - we have a litter of 4 - they are only three days old and sooo cute. If I could Jenn, I would send you one.....
Sorry to hear about your poor little bunbun, Jenny
We've lost several over the years, the last one to an abcessed tooth. That was most nasty, since the teeth are continuous with the jawbone, and surgery just didn't help. We've lost 4 to old age at 10 years or more, and a beautiful siamese angora to some illness that's apparently exclusive to angoras.
I've got two running around the house now, begging for corn chips and almonds, driving everybody bats with their chewing on whatever they find on the floor. Totally spoiled rotten, these two. The kids, trying as usual to get me organized and respectable (as if) want them caged most of the day, but I'll think of something else when I've had a bit more coffee!
Bunnies are very special little critters. I hope you find another one soon! The shelters here are full of them. I think people get fed up when they act like rabbits, instead of furry ornaments.
:dance: Mine are both litterbox trained and neutered!!
Of course, we find the odd little pile of poop from time to time, but it's quite hard and very small.
Nothing to the piles of orange/banana skins, apple cores, water bottles, pop cans and yucky dishes the kids leave around!
Matilda, a black widow is a toned-down North American version of the horrid funnel web spider from your neck of the world Down Under. Most people survive black widow bites, but small children, the elderly, those with compromised immune systems, and pets, can die from them. Sad.
Soo sorry to hear about your bunny. I have a rabbit, and I know how much you can fall in love with them.
My bunny lives in our basement, free of course. She is totally litter trained Shelli, so no issues there. Although, don't leave stuff lying around that you don't want chewed.
My bunny is soo sweet, she will sit on my lap for hours and hours. One time I even fell asleep on my couch, with the bunny on my lap. I woke up 3 hrs later, with the rabbit still on my lap.