Thanks to a very sweet husband, we now have English lops in the house. <3 Working on one of those home-made modular cube cages, so they are in a temporary pen right now. The buck playing on the bed. Mad, mad little man: Cuddling time (the buck is the black tort, the doe is the larger blue tort...she is thought to be blind in her cloudy left eye): The blue tort doe Black tort buck The buck is a real snuggler and we were told he is about 4 months old. I hope that he can become a therapy rabbit as he ages. The doe is about six months and is a good girl...but needs to be spayed pronto. The clinic that does rabbits is taking their time getting back to me. I'm a bit concerned, as she drinks a ton of water. All my female rats who developed mammary tumors would do that, as do many sick or pregnant animals. Right now they are on Mana Pro pellet wise. I hear that is better for meat rabbits/rabbits living short-term lives, and that pellets meant for pets, like Oxbow Rabbit pellets, are better for rabbits you want to keep around for a while. Opinions?