Originally Posted by Juise
You guys are killing me with all the bunnies! We had dwarf rabbits when I was little, and while I loved my rabbit and cared for her, they were not terribly interactive or affectionate pets... You all keep tempting me to get bunnies for my kids, lol, but, okay, who has kids with bunnies, and how much do they really interact and play? I mostly remember cleaning up after mine, and finding weeds she liked.
Olive, it's a good thing I am pretty sure you are too far away from me, or I would be just your sucker.
LOL! Yeah, it's a couple hours if I'm not mistaken about your location.
Whoops -- meant to respond on the kids and bunnies. My kids have/have had pet bunnies and they interact with them a lot. My older daughter's male rex is an attention hound. She even sets up obstacle courses in her room and coaxes him through them with carrots. LOL! My younger daughter's holland lop passed away of old age, but when she was alive she, too, was very interactive. She was even trained to go back in her cage on her own if you shook a box of treats.
Originally Posted by Chickmate
Mom2 is a vet tech who does rescue of wild animals and has been WANTING a bunny........
Well, she's welcome to it. But I do have limits and a three hour drive (one way, six hours round trip) for a wild bunny who is very, very likely to die is beyond them. I'm guessing it's probably beyond her's, too.
Originally Posted by RaZ
She will take it, but give you 2 roos in return.
LOL! Ummm... no.
Edited by Olive Hill - 4/4/12 at 11:45am