He is TOOOOOO CUTE !!!
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This is a discussion on Attila the Bun, by popular demand within the A Kodak Moment: not necessarily plants... forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi bunny-lovers... a few more images of Attila the Bun at four months old (he ...
Hi bunny-lovers... a few more images of Attila the Bun at four months old (he hardly ever sits still, so it can be tricky). Nap time (my belly is full and I am sooo relaxed), and nibbling on a spaghetti squash shell baked to a crisp (bunny tortilla chips). He's getting so fluffy and his fur will get longer by at least another inch, maybe two+. Loves to cuddle in my lap for petting time...
He is TOOOOOO CUTE !!!
He is ADORABLE!
How big will he get?
He should top out at no more than 5.5-6 pounds... the fur makes him look much bigger than he is. He really is super cute... which is a good thing due to all the pillaging that goes on...
Super cute little fella
He is so precious. Is he free to roam around the house like a kitty or is he restricted to a particular room or pen? I want to hold him.
OMG what a cutie!! That is exactly what I picture when I think of a furry happy animal...what a poof!! Angoras are so cute, does he shed all over the place? My satins used to just leave these traaaaaails of fur everywhere...
Cute lil bugger!
Awww, shucks! Attila's becoming famous!
Right now, he is still restricted to part of the apartment while he's getting used to the litter box. He has his own crate and is doing well peeing in the litter box in the crate (and hasn't peed on me for weeks!). He mostly poops in the crate and litter box too, but I will have to accept a pellet here and there in the house. I'll try expanding his roaming area after he's neutered on Friday (poor wee guy!). The big concern is chewing -- cords, baseboards, furniture, carpet, ORCHIDS. I'm trying to train him to chew certain things... or to put safe chewables in the places he's drawn to. Bunny-proofing will be crucial, too! He's my first rabbit, so there is a learning curve.
He's not shedding badly at all... yet. But he is still young and his first full coat is still growing out. He should lose his coat four times a year -- I can painlessly pluck it out when it is ready. But he hates being groomed around his bottom (where the bunny meets the ground).
Bruce, you can drop by and hold him any time!
Wow! That is one fluffy, adorable bunny. And seriously--seriously his fur will get longer? How will you ever be able to hold him--He'll just be a big poof ball! And how will you EVER brush the cutie pie? Well, he'd adorable--and I love the name.