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Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Maya, Mira and Moonglow


"They call this day what now? Why?"
"I don't care. Watch where she's putting the car keys and we're half way there,  OK?"

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Maya, Mira and Moonglow,

BORN: 2013
WEIGHT: 4lbs each
BREED: Mini Rex
COLOR: Brown / White
GENDER: Spayed females
LITTER BOX HABITS: Good
NOTES: Maya, Mira and Moonglow are part of a litter of eight beautiful Rex babies rescued after they were dumped in a park at only a few weeks of age. All eight thankfully responded well to the care they received at BHRR and are now flourishing. These three girls and two of their brothers (Mango and Macadamia) still reside at the shelter (three of their brothers have been adopted) where they are some of our favorite bunnies to spend time with! Mira (brown) is the “big sister” and she likes to keep her little sisters in line…but sometimes little sisters like to defy their big sisters and when that happens it’s hilarious. When the girls are being precocious they are snuggled in close and grooming, snuggling and sleeping in a perfect pile of Rex bunnies.
The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)

1 comment:

  1. Did 'Macbeth' pop into anyone else's head when they saw these three velvety bunnies today? Just me? Picture a big, black cauldron in front of them, and something about "something disapproving this way comes..." :)=
    -Jen (Kohl's mom)

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