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Art: Actually Mostly About Rabbits.....
what happened?!?!They're both such divas. But it looks like bonding is going pretty well so far, at least between those too. Winning over Sydney, however, may be a pretty big challenge. Good luck.
Aww, they look like they are pretending the other doesn't exist.
I laughed out loud from my desk at Amelia's satisfied looking expression. And the fact that your house is like mine, with metal rabbit "fencing" blocking off human access to useful places.
Hmmmm, this looks a little like two boxers and the bell just rang for a break or they could be wondering about the toliet maybe? They could be trash talking in bunny language too. How fun!
Tyler is such a good boy!
Ok girls... time to make nice and all
I hope Amelias wittow mouwfy heals well! Time is not the same for our animals as it is for us.
Is this multiple choice? I choose door #4.
I take it you have another bathroom. Since you have been using the tub for plants....I think they can all bond, it just takes time, and a strainer.
oh i hope they can kiss and make up...
They look okay in the photo.... Is this misleading...? xx
What happened? on a another day there was a fight and Amelia got a bit lip and then Harriet broke out and had it out with Tyler. But on examination of the crime scene it would seem that Tyler held his ground and got the best of her. Amelia's lip, though I thought might need stitches seems well on it's way to being healed. For a time I thought I'd have to give Harriet up for adoption and made certain phone calls. But now I fee like I couldn't bare it and what if my decision was based on misunderstanding animal instincts of the moment not a set pattern. Plus Harriet does still have hormones in her. I'm going to give her more chances and keep trying.
checkmate perhaps? or is it a draw?then again, perhaps we have a pawn acting like a knight?hope you are better now? and everything in order?
I was wondering if hormones might still have been acting up. Women and their hormones. Geez....Wishing everybun some peace and happiness.hugs,shell
You can do it Diana. It was about 45 days after spaying that my girls finally calmed down.
We are all rooting for you and Harriet and being glad it is not us!
Patience, patience. It will come, but there will be skirmishes aplenty, first. (We understand about the lip--we had blood sprayed on the wall from one of our skirmishes. I was the only one upset about it; it seems they heal pretty quickly.) One day you'll look and they'll all be lined up, touching. A year from then you'll look and they'll be lined up, pressed together, totally ignoring you.Happy Easter to you and the buns-4!
By the way, is that a little white toesie I see peeping out of Harriett's loaf?
G-Yes, she has two white front toesies, not sure if they are mittens or boxing gloves.AFT-answering your questions in next post:)FOA-Errr there is a shower in the (very much unheated) garage. Plumbing is adequate using early 19th century standards...
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