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    yeah that's pretty much my guess too.

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    well, we have decided to just keep her permanently.

    she has become attached and spoiled already and is the sweetest thing now that she’s comfortable with everyone at the office.

    she sticks her nose through the openings of the make shift cage she’s in to get lovings if anyone passed even remotely close to her. and is just the sweetest thing when you open her door.

    so now we are going to build her a nice sized permanent residence.
    set her up in a proper enclosure, get her an appointment with a vet to check her out, etc.

    how the hell did that darn thing go from “ok just till we find her a home” to “there is no way i can get of her” in less than a week?
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    Re: American Fuzzy Lop Rabbit

    Quote Originally Posted by Nutriaitch View Post
    well, we have decided to just keep her permanently.

    she has become attached and spoiled already and is the sweetest thing now that she’s comfortable with everyone at the office.

    she sticks her nose through the openings of the make shift cage she’s in to get lovings if anyone passed even remotely close to her. and is just the sweetest thing when you open her door.

    so now we are going to build her a nice sized permanent residence.
    set her up in a proper enclosure, get her an appointment with a vet to check her out, etc.

    how the hell did that darn thing go from “ok just till we find her a home” to “there is no way i can get of her” in less than a week?
    Aww, what a lucky rabbit! How did this happen? It's because animals bring out the very best in us humans. Sometimes when we least expect it. Don't worry, it's a "Win-Win"-

    Pics when you get a chance?
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    Re: American Fuzzy Lop Rabbit

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Pics when you get a chance?

    this was her the day I found her roaming around the apartment complex.





    and her a day or two later when she was still a bit nervous about us.




    once we finish building her new (and bigger) permanent home I'll post more.

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    new home in progress


    not finished, but put her in to "try it on"


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    Re: American Fuzzy Lop Rabbit

    Not that it matters too much but I'm pretty sure that's a Mini or Holland lop depending on size. Not fuzzy enough for a fuzzy lop Super cute though. I used to show and one of my favorite does was a Mini. I've also had Hollands
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    Re: American Fuzzy Lop Rabbit

    Quote Originally Posted by BallPythonWannaBe View Post
    Not that it matters too much but I'm pretty sure that's a Mini or Holland lop depending on size. Not fuzzy enough for a fuzzy lop Super cute though. I used to show and one of my favorite does was a Mini. I've also had Hollands
    thanks. I was just going off of Google images, because I know nothing about rabbit breeds.

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