Animal Stories - Holland Lop Rabbits


Animal-World Information about: Holland Lop Rabbits

   The cute Holland Lop is a delightful bunny, with adorable floppy ears!
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dana - 2008-08-15
I have a holland lop X and I am getting a pure bred holland lop. Then I will have 7 rabbits. Holland lops are adorable.

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Animallovr778 - 2008-08-13
Hello, about 5 years ago I got a flemish giant rabbit (IT RAN AWAY). But now my parents say I can get a holland lop. And I'm getting a broken lilac tort male. Its a rare color and he is so cute. I am going to name him buddy. He is 7 weeks old and i am so excited.=) :D

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Anonymous - 2008-08-07
Hi, I am getting a bunny and I found out about holland lops. Then I did a bunch of research and found out they are the greatest little bunnies ever. I am so excited to get my holland lop. From what I hear they have the best temperment and are easy for beginners.

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Caroline - 2008-08-04
Hi my name is Caroline and I have a Holland, her name is Brandy. I have had her for about 8 months ad she is AMAZING. I had 5 mini lops before her and they don't compare. I mean I loved them, but they weren't as nice. And now Brandy had BABIES! YAY! They are 17 days old and are the sweetest things!

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Anthony Brown - 2008-07-31
Hello Everyone! I am sad to report that my holland lop, Cali has just recently passed away (July 25th, 2008). She was the best little bunny ever, providing me and my fiance with countless good times and eternal joy. I highly recommend a holland lop to any rabbit lover and first timer. They have the best temperament and are easier to bond with for you first timers. I do plan on getting another lop once my wedding is over (Aug 23rd, 2008).

I'll miss you forever Cali! Someday we will meet again!

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Devon Mogford - 2008-07-18
Hi my name is devon and my mom said that I could get a rabbit. I was thinking abuot getting mini lop. But then I was on the web and I saw the a mini lop mixed with a holland lop. I thought it was so cutie, and at first I though it was a dog. So that's what I am going to get!

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Aleisha S - 2008-07-08
I have a Holland Lop called Amy, but he is a boy. My class mate who I got him from thought he was a girl! I just finished my project on rabbits, YAY! Amy is a dirty rabbit, poos A LOT in his cage, but always in the same corner. He is also very greedy. I love Amy to BITS!

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Hannah - 2008-07-08
Hello my name is Hannah. I have had Holland Lops for 4 years and I am in 4-H. Holland lops are a rabbit can die extremely easily from fright or genetics. But Holland lops are a great little bouncy bunnie ; )

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Janae - 2008-07-02
Hey everyone, I just bought a mini holland lop bunny and I love her to death! Shes smokey black with brown feet and big beautiful brown eyes. I named her Roxie and she comes to me and bounces everywhere! She loves everyone in my family and expecially likes to play with the other pets in my house, (supervised of course). I bought her from teskes a day ago and she is about 4 1/2 weeks old. I strongly suggest buying one that looks healthy and not too little because I have had alot of things that were runts and they usually are shy and die fast.... but they are just so cute! I know a few people that have had bunnies and they all like to have them be in the house running around, nothing makes them more happy that to have space and love and food! Well thanks, and good luck with your bunnies!!!

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Hannah - 2008-06-25
Hello, My name is Hannah and I've owned 3 Rabbits in my life. One was an out-door black and white dutch named oreo, and then a few years later we got a Brown/Black Holland Lop. He was 2 months old. He was amazing, I loved him so much. He Jumped on my lap, Keyboard, and bed. He really took a liking to me. He died because we got him neutered, bacteria got into his G-track when He moved to much. Today, 2 months later I got a 6 week old baby black holland lop, I'm so excited. I know no other bunny will be just like Jessa, but he sure is doing a good job of filling in that gap. I suggest a holland lop to anyone, and I also suggest getting him/her neutered or spayed. Only Half of a percent of rabbits die from the surgery.

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