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Dusty

Mini Lop Rabbit

Overall satisfaction

4.75/5

Acquired: Rescue / shelter organization

Gender: Male

Appearance

1/5

Friendly

5/5

Easy to handle

4/5

Activity level

2/5

Visibility

2/5

Health

5/5

Meat production

N/A

Fiber quality

N/A

My little dust bunny

By

United States

Posted Oct 19, 2015

Dusty came into my life when I started dating my current significant other. She adopted him as a rescue bunny two days before we officially started dating.
This adorable little guy constantly surprises me, as I only knew of rabbits as skittish, antisocial critters.
He is incredibly affectionate, extremely soft, and very trusting.
Dusty spends most of his day inside of his cage, only coming out to frolic on his own occasionally, but always happily lets us lift him out of his cage for cuddling sessions. He's not very high energy and is far more happy to be pet, cuddled, and carried about. But he enjoys exploring new things and will spend hours trying to determine how to get around any new object introduced to his room. We have a small fence that we will move around his room once a week, and when we do he sniffs all about it and pushes it around.
Additionally, he loves to dig and be under things. We have a blanket and tarp in his room, often we will check in on him and he will be nowhere in sight, but the lump in an otherwise flat object tells us where he is.

The good:
-Very affectionate
-Very trusting of people
-Very soft
-Enjoys handling, although he will struggle strongly if not supported properly

The bad
-Not very playful
-Sheds a lot

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