Bunnies

We took in a 3 year old New Zealand rabbit Oct. 2, 2017

He had been kept in a 2 X 2 foot hutch and had been eating grain based horse pellets for 2 months because someone gave his prior owner a sack of “rabbit” food that was not. They are moving & could not take him. He now has four times the space plus an exercise yard & is happy to be getting rabbit food (hay based), hay, leaves and fresh veggies. He has wooden toys to chew & learned  to use a litter pan in 2 days.

June, 2019

We got a white baby bunny from our neighbors last summer so Scooter would have company. She is named Fluffy after my childhood pet rabbit.


In Spring 2019, two of our neighbors rabbits (some had dug out of their pen) decided to move here. We built 4 rabbit pens so each of our rabbits would have lots of space. They are also snake-proof. Much to our surprise, Blackie was a pregnant female. She raised 6 babies. We kept one and the rest went to pet homes.

Snowflake is a male. He had spent about a week here hanging out near the others. So, we invited him to stay.

So, five bunnies. Two boys and three girls and safely separated!

We also feed and water a large group of wild cottontails and a few jackrabbits.

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