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Meet Bugsy (we got him from a neighbour who couldn't give him enough love and attention and he came with the name....!)

He is our cute bunny who lives in the garden and is adored by Big E and little e.


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15 comments

  1. Awww we have a very similar Lion Head but she's black and white speckled. How cute!

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  2. Bugsy is a cutie. Years ago the neighbors had a huge pet rabbit that got to hop around the barnyard ...they are always one of my stops at the 4H fair. Enjoy him!!

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  3. I'm so excited to actually have a photo this time for I Heart Macro!

    He's so SWEET! My son wants a bunny but we have cats, so I'm going to take him to the shelter I volunteer at, and we'll be bunny petters for the day.

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  4. My children both had bunnies growing up and they loved them. My son had a mini lop and used to put him on his train to ride, very tolerant bunny he was! Great shots

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  5. Oh, Bugsy is so perfectly kissable!

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  6. Awww, I just want to pick him up and snuggle! Great shot!

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  7. Bugsy is so cute! Love the shots of him.

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  8. how sweet! how nice he gets to run around the yard. lucky bunny!

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  9. Such a sweet bunny! I hear they make great indoor pets too and will even use a litter box. Have a wonderful day!

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  10. Beautiful bunny, and lovely shots of him!

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  11. Such a beautiful face of your bunny! makes me want to have one, I know they make great pets. My friend had one and it lived on her porch and ran around the house!

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  12. Thanks for all the comments, glad I am not the only one who thinks he is cute!

    Annette - he is snuggled often although husband has learnt the hard way not to try and pick up a bunny and tickle their tummy with your face..! He did that years ago with a previous bunny when he was living at home and had to come to school with claw marks down the sides of his face, it was the day after we started 'going out' too so there was lots of teasing!!

    Kym - they are fab as indoor pets. Our previous bunny lived inside until Big E was born when he had to go out, the fine hairs kept irritating Big E's eyes.

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