Many of our customers have shared pictures of their furry friends with us and we'd like to share them with you! All together now... Awwwww. Please note: this page contains large graphics files and may take some time to load - be patient - it will be worth the wait!
Have a great picture of my Holland Lop for you and a question. Why do rabbits take the other guys food when they have the same item (carrot) right in front of them. My male Slate, the lop, always steals from my female, the Rex Marble! Robin & John Ignaczak, Columbus, GA
Robin, I have no idea why bunnies do this! - maybe it's cause the carrot is always better if it's the other guys? Ed.
Thanks for having such a great company! We just adopted a second bunny, Ryli, to keep our Shiloh company with one of his own kind. For your enjoyment, we have included photos of our buns. Layla and Mike Kiker, Seffner, FL
I just couldn't pass up sending you a picture of Kramer, he LOVES his new house and sleeps in it all day! Elaine Patton, Redmond, WA
The little girl (Patti) seems to be fitting right in. She is so incredible! Here's a few pictures to tide you over. She sends her love, many tooth purrs and lots of binkies! Sarah Hoskins, Port Orchard, WA
This little dutch bun is extra special to me. She was rescued from an animal cruelty seizure and was a long time foster of Evergreen Rabbit Rescue before being adopted by Sarah. I love happy endings! Ed.
Lucky is currently residing overseas in Germany with his owner, Charlene Diaz who says she's the lucky one!
Sugar at the fireplace (He's called Sugar because he's white and sweet!) Noel Fennessey, St. Louis, MO
Here are a couple of photos of our Angel Bunny. She is a Netherlands Dwarf - we found her Christmas Eve 1997 in front of our house, she was abandoned at age 9 mos; probably someone's Easter bunny, they no longer wanted. Since then she has been the princess of our house. Michelle Williamson, Huntington Beach, CA
Thanks to everyone who sent a picture in, we really enjoy them and hope you do too!
It's time for another Photo and Tip Contest! We're looking for your holiday related pictures and holiday safety tips for our upcoming holiday bulletin. The two winners will each receive a $25.00 Bunny Bytes gift certificate. If we use your photo or tip you will receive a free holiday toy! Please email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Bunny Bytes, PO Box 69733, Seattle WA 98168. Be sure to include your mailing address so we can send you your prize.
Please note: We are only able to show a portion of the pictures we receive in each bulletin so if your photo does not appear in this bulletin be sure to watch for it in the future!
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