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Comments On - Bunny Love


Wow, I envy you! We never had a rabbit long enough to be trusted by it. Besides, the young ones seems to be mishandling them, like squeezing them. Although, the kids says they just want to hug the bunnies. They do feel huggable.
Dante, Hyde Park, MA
Posted: 4/15/2014 8:39:15 AM
Audrey, it does make the heart soar when pets show their affection. Doesn't it? I had two pet rabbits for many years for the kids. I don't know that they had any kind of pedigree but they were really big. There names were Amos and Andy. We finally gave them away when we moved to a different house. They generated a lot of fertilizer for the garden that I had. I don't know that they ever got relaxed when being touched by a human.

Our cat Casey Mae had an eventful encounter with Andy. She decided to check out the cage one day while I was cleaning it. It so happened that Andy was in the cage. The next thing I knew Casey was flying through the air as Andy had taken his back legs and booted her out of the cage. Casey was definitely a curious cat and it got her into many comical situations.

All the pets over the years have indeed generated some great memories.
David, Omaha, NE
Posted: 6/15/2011 6:27:10 AM
love this post! i've had 2 pet bunnies in my life, both grumpy buns (as many are), and it took years with both of them before i was able to "win them over". it's such an endearing moment when they finally approve of the love!
Angela, St. Louis, MO
Posted: 6/9/2011 9:05:42 AM

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