Animal Stories - New Zealand Rabbits


Animal-World Information about: New Zealand Rabbits

   You can't help falling in love with a New Zealand rabbit, especially when it gently nudges you, wanting a petting on its soft snowy white fur!
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Bunny Lover - 2011-01-18
Hey! I wanted to know if anyone else has a harness and leash for their little bun. :) 'Cuz I have one for my girl, Fuzz, and I like to take her on walks around the neighborhood! Don't you just love bunnies?! :)

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  • Blossum Willnotsay - 2011-02-23
    I have a baby black New Z bunny and I was thinking about getting a harness the other day. I did not because I figured it would squeeze right out of it. Do you have that problem?
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Rabbit Enthusiast :) - 2010-11-09
Don't you just love bunnies!:) I love my precious little baby sweetheart. She is a big New Zealand White nicknamed Marshmallow. She loves to chew and cuddle with me. I taught her how to 'Kiss". She is sooo cute! Respond if you want to talk! :)

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  • cristiano ronaldo - 2010-12-01
    ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo you like animals sure then send me a mail.
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Miranda - 2010-08-11
Hello!

I recently got a New Zeland rabbit for my birthday. He is as sweet as they come! I have named him Nike for his love of running. I got him when was about 2 months old. He has brought so much joy to my life. I couldn't imagine it without him.
Nike is now about 5 months and I have noticed something. His right ear has begun to flop. Does anyone elses rabbit have an ear that flops. It doesn't do this all the time, just every once and a while. Should I be concerned?

Thank you for taking the time to read this,




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  • terri - 2010-12-21
    When you pet your rabbit don't push his ears down. Make it a point to lift them when you pet/play with him. I had a judge tell me that because we had 2 does that had a flop ear and it has worked. He said by pushing the ears down when you pet them you are training the ears to flop. Both of our girls now have straight, upright ears.
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Bunny Lover - 2010-11-16
This is Bunny Lover again! Guess what my bunny Fuzz just did?! She had a sugar rush! She was jumping all over her hutch and eating her apples like crazy! I love her! :)

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Deanna - 2010-05-08
I have a New Zealand white and her name is Kea. I've had her since Mar. 8. She was also the last bunny in the store. She is sweet and whoever passed her up is missing out. Dad named her after a Mountain in Hawaii called Mauna Kea or White Mountain. We call her our White Princess.

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  • Derrick - 2010-05-18
    Cute!
  • Bunny Lover - 2010-11-09
    How sweet! She sounds adorable! What a special name! :)
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SCOTT WALLS - 2010-11-09
Rabbits for sale, new zealand white, continental giant, california giant. . Contact scott. Walls65@yahoo. Com and leave message, will return your call asap.

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Bunny- Lover - 2010-10-20
I have a New Zealand White at home. She is pretty big and her name is Fuzz. She is the sweetest little thing!:)

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  • kelly strini - 2010-10-26
    I have an albino new zealand rex also he is big but not huge. He is very active at night and likes to live under our basement steps. He is not fixed so he gets strange ideas about the queen that's me.
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Steele - 2010-09-03
I have a 3 month old new zealand buck named Prince William Caterpillar (long story) who is a show rabbit and a pet. He is a great rabbit! He loves to play and cuddle! I recommend this rabbit to any age group. Just remember to allow your rabbit to have plenty of exercise as they gain weight rapidly.

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frances - 2010-07-27
Good info.

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Jennifer - 2010-05-01
I got the cutest nz bunny for christmas. His name is chilli. He is one of the all white with red eyes. He is really sweet and loves the attention. I have an exercise area and I let him play with my guinea pig. He loves the guinea pig more than the spicy likes him. I call chilli my escape artist. I also have discovered he has picked up some of the guinea pigs tricks.








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