Animal Stories - People Talking About Pet Rabbits


Animal-World info on Havana Rabbits
Animal Story on Havana Rabbits
List Animal Stories on Havana Rabbits
More info at Animal-World
Kimberly A Kite - 2014-02-24
I have a black male Havana bunny his name is Magnum. He is so soft and very friendly and loveable. He shares his triple decker condo with his freind Maggie May. I'm not sure what breed she is but it was love at first sight with those two. Yes I got them both fixed. I wanted to let Maggie May have a litter of bunnies. But my boyfreind said no. They are both very spoiled bunnies. This is the first time I have had two at the same time. Maggie May kinda looks like a chinchilla. Does any one know what breed she might be? They're both soft and very playful and loving. Can't imagine life without them.

Click For Replies (1)
  • Clarice Brough - 2014-02-25
    There are so many mixes, that the only way to really find out is to trace her background, if you can.
Reply
Animal-World info on Lionhead Lop Rabbit
Animal Story on Lionhead Lop Rabbit
List Animal Stories on Lionhead Lop Rabbit
More info at Animal-World
Pat Shales - 2010-09-08
We bought our lionhead in July 2009. We named her Chewey because she looked like Chewbacca. She died two weeks ago. She had a heart disorder and problems breathing. She was so much fun. She had a GREAT personality. The whole family enjoyed her and we miss her dearly.

Click For Replies (3)
  • Ashlee Gianfarcaro - 2011-07-12
    I just lost my little bunny today. I'm only 15 and Chloe was my first bunny. She was white, tiny and loved to be held. I had her for a short time. But I love her :(
  • Anonymous - 2014-02-21
    Do not have email set up yet but have a very pretty lion head rabbit female.
  • Anonymous - 2014-02-21
    We will get back with you, you can have ours she is 1 year old. Sorry about your loss. She is white, light brown brown ears, white tipped ears, loves to be out of her cage. We are in Abingdon virgina.
Reply
Animal-World info on Holland Lop Rabbits
Animal Story on Holland Lop Rabbits
List Animal Stories on Holland Lop Rabbits
More info at Animal-World
Holland _Lop_1 - 2003-10-20
I had 2 holland lops and they bred. Im thinking of getting another one and also trying a dutch! From the Hollands we only got 1 survivng baby but they are THE BEST RABBIT EVER!! I shouuld know seeing as I have kept 7 different rabbits. If you are trying to decide on a breed you have to buy a Holland lop!!!!

P.S they are so cute when they are babies

Click For Replies (3)
  • Anonymous - 2013-02-02
    Yay, I'm getting a baby holland on March 26. A white doe.
  • Annie - 2013-04-05
    Actually I'm a crazy fan of holland lops! But I still have to tell you.:D It's harmful for Holland lops to breed, really really harmful. And the possibility for bunnies to survive is extremely low. Especially for us amateurs. Please separate them in different cages and cherish them.You can choose every kind of lops if you like, but for lops, they have no choice.
  • Brooklyn - 2014-02-17
    If it's the rabbits first time not many will survive but the second time almost all of them will survive.
Reply
Danielle Good - 2003-11-07
I had one holland lop. He was such a sweetie! He loved to hop around and play with me and my family. He died just a week ago. I recommend Holland lops above all other kinds of rabbits as pets. They are the sweetest creatures and are so cute! I loved my rabbit Ginger very much.

Click For Replies (2)
  • tammy - 2013-02-20
    I had a holland lop. Mine was a family member. I cry every day. He died and i am still confused why. We had him 8 yrs 5 mos. from someone else and don't know how old he really was. How old was yours and what did it die from?
  • Hannah - 2014-02-14
    You are extremely lucky to have had a rabbit that lived to 8 years, mine died at four years old. I can tell you cared for your bunny immensely and I am as well very sad that yours died. I know it isn't a different amount of pain you feel about your rabbit since he lived longer, but I am glad that it got an extra four years to be happy on earth then in bunny heaven.
Reply
Hannah - 2014-02-14
My four year old white holland lop (with blue eyes) passed away about three weeks ago. Her name was Bella! I got her when I was ten and she has been such a joy over the years. I would walk home from school and I would go through my backyard to her hutch and pet her and cuddle her. She was always there for me and I was so sad that she left me so early. She had become thin over a short period of time so we decided to take her to the vet. They told us to give her some medicine and we did because maybe it was an infection (something about the stomach because she wasn't pooping). About a week later she wasn't doing any better so my mom was going to take her to the vet with my dad. I spent a lot of time with her over that week and cuddled her whenever I got the chance. I knew she was in pain and my parents went to the vet without me but told me there was a high chance that she would have to be euthanized because she was suffering (she could barely walk anymore:( ) I was so upset and didn't realize it was the end so I didn't say a full goodbye and that was it. She is gone forever and I miss her so much. I want her back so bad and every time I go outside by her hutch I cry. She wasn't like any other rabbit because she loved to be held and cuddled and loved to eat and play and run around in the grass and she was the cutest rabbit ever! I looked up so many times how old they would live and I was absolutely positive she would live up to at least eight years old because she was so healthy! I guess it never turned out that way and I miss her like crazy. R.I.P Bella

Click For Replies (1)
  • Jasmine Brough Hinesley - 2014-02-14
    I'm so sorry to hear about your bunny. That is very sad, but at least she isn't hurting anymore. I'm glad you got a good 4 years with her!
Reply
Animal-World info on New Zealand Rabbits
Animal Story on New Zealand Rabbits
List Animal Stories on New Zealand Rabbits
More info at Animal-World
Bethanny Parker - 2014-01-26
The rabbit named Bob in the photo is not a New Zealand rabbit. New Zealands are always solid-colored, either black, white, red, or very rarely, gray. But they are never mixed colors. That is either a mixed-breed rabbit or some other breed entirely.

Click For Replies (2)
  • Anonymous - 2014-02-04
    There are such things as mixed colors if you're in the ARBA.
  • Clarice Brough - 2014-02-04
    It was great of the person to share his bunny too, it's very adorable!
Reply
Animal-World info on Cinnamon Rabbit
Animal Story on Cinnamon Rabbit
List Animal Stories on Cinnamon Rabbit
More info at Animal-World
Mercedes - 2014-02-04
The cinnamon bunny is a mixture of rust with gray.

Reply
Animal-World info on Dutch Rabbits
Animal Story on Dutch Rabbits
List Animal Stories on Dutch Rabbits
More info at Animal-World
Anonymous - 2013-11-24
I've got a black and white dutch breed and a havana rabbit.

Click For Replies (1)
  • Emma hicks - 2014-01-21
    I have a gray and brown dutch rabbit 8 weeks old. We are breeding her this summer.
Reply
Emma hicks - 2014-01-21
I have a 8 week old dutch rabbit. Was wondering how old do they have to be to breed?

Click For Replies (1)
  • Jasmine Brough Hinesley - 2014-01-21
    I would wait until she is at least 6 months old before breeding her. Usually they mature between 5 and 9 months old.
Reply
Animal-World info on Mini Rex Rabbits
Animal Story on Mini Rex Rabbits
List Animal Stories on Mini Rex Rabbits
More info at Animal-World
Hailey - 2014-01-20
I got my rabbit 1 year ago in March, he loves attention and is a tri color mini rex buck. Latte is the sweetest 1 month before birthday present, he truly is the sweetest gift.

Reply

About Animal-World

Animal-World offers animal pictures, videos, and animal information on all different types of pets and animals. Included are animals that are commonly kept as pets, exotic pets and wild animals. Check us out for information, education, and fun. We strive to aid in responsible pet ownership and an understanding of the importance of preserving and honoring our world and its inhabitants. Animal-World members and contributors are from all over the world. You too are invited to be an active participant in this community. Post your own personal pet stories, contribute pictures of your pets, and join the forums for pet and animal discussions.

Visit Animal-World