These boys, my two great grandsons are not new to us. They came via Renee when she joined our family. But these pictures told me it was time to introduce them to my readers. The gray bunny nibbling the carrot probably indicates to you who/what is expecting. Not this bunny. The one we suspect is pregnant is hidden behind her bed.
So we have a new avocation. Bunny rearing.
We didn’t really plan to get into the bunny-family business quite so soon. Roger bought six bunnies. One buck and five does. Problem? It seems to be that one of the “does” was a buck in disguise. In today’s culture – where a male can identify as a female – I guess that kind of thing is to be expected. But he seems to have acted very “male-ish” apparently enjoying himself in the harem. Actually, I believe most of them were too young to get pregnant. But “Gary” (the gender-fluid buck) is now at home alone next to the home of the all-American male, Bucky, who is dutifully awaiting his turn.
But one large white one is acting suspiciously. I researched online. Does she seek solitude? Yes. Does she pull out hair? Yes. Is she cranky? Yes. Well, we will know before long.
I wish I had not edited the girls off in the last picture. They are excited about the bunny “farm” also.