My heart breaks to kiss that big blocky head one more time, to use him as a pillow, to hear his heavy breathing in the hallway as we go to bed. Most of all, I just want him back. All of him. Even the slobber and hair everywhere, his stubbornness in not wanting to listen and the way he looked at us absolutely in love. Case will forever have taken one more part of my heart away.
IF WE DECIDE TO BREED OUR DOE, WHAT DO WE DO WITH THE BABIES?
That is the very best question to ask before you breed a rabbit. You need a plan to dispose of the litter unless you plan to be over-run with rabbits. There will be a better market for puebred rabbits than crossbeeds so keep that in mind.
Day #3 turned out to be a much smoother start, even if it ended a little on the rocky side.
Day #2 was a day of many firsts for most of us as well as a lot of fun and learning experiences.
We were blessed with an amazing experience through my husband's work to be able to go to Florida. We had many ups and downs throughout the trip but it was the most memorable and amazing trip with not only the things we got to experience but also the amazing people who we went with.
A lot of people I know have been dealing with bloat in their rabbits lately which has inspired me to write another blog about it adding several new items that I have learned since my last post on the subject.
Once in a while a Rabbit comes along that just doesn't get how to be a mom. Some people have a rule, three strikes and you're out, but when it is a Rabbit whom you're attached to it makes it a little more difficult to just part ways with them.
-Consider carefully before purchasing a rabbit-
It can be tempting to impulsively buy lop-eared rabbits because of their adorable looks, but consider if this is the right pet for you before you purchase it. Rabbits live for around nine to eleven years, and require attention and care for all of these years. Other things to keep in mind include:
-Purchase a rabbit-
Find a breeder in your area who sells rabbits, or consider giving an older rabbit a home first.
-Choose a rabbit that is healthy-
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