Rescued Buck....

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by pasotami, Jan 18, 2007.

  1. pasotami

    pasotami Hangin out at the barn!

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    You know the Rabbits that I rescued welllll......
    the older male that did not look so great is now having the time of his life....
    I'll see if I can get a photo of him with ......
    his new Dutch Girlfriend!!!
    hmmmm.......
    what do you think I will get when they have kits...
    flop ears with spots crossed with black and white Dutch????? :hobbyhors
     
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    turtlehead Well-Known Member

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    I haven't the foggiest but we'll definitely want to see pictures!
     
  4. pasotami

    pasotami Hangin out at the barn!

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    Ah heck, After what he went through....
    he deserved a girlfriend of any color....
    I'm just so glad he feels better...
    I also have de-mited them - they looked pretty rough.
     
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    MaggieJ Well-Known Member Supporter

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    It's great that he mde such a speedy recovery and is now enjoying life! How are the others doing?
     
  6. pasotami

    pasotami Hangin out at the barn!

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    they are doing just as good. They are de-bugged so now they are loosing that knappy look from scratching. One of them is super friendly and loves to be held. I have checked their teeth and the two look quite young, their teeth are short and not sloped. The old buck in with the Dutch is older, he has longer teeth that slope somewhat. They are gaining weight slowly but now they know what to do with the hay I give them and how to use the auto-water fountains so it will not be long before they look like the rest of my overly fat bunny herd..... I am just wondering if the little doe is pregnant.... I can't tell. And she came to me with the buck in the same cage (they could be brother and sister.....) I would not think they were spayed...not from the place they were at.... would not think so....
    well, only time will tell.....if she pulls wool, I'll help her out.