As you all know I lost Charlie last week and I'm still gutted about it, he was my baby. Now I'm hoping this doesn't all come out wrong and make me seem like I'm replacing my boy because I'm not. I went to pets at home Saturday looking for some new toys for Rosie to cheer her up a bit since she's gotten really depressed over losing Charlie. I took a detour and had a look at the buns they had in and fell in love straight away with a little grey lop. Now I spent a good 3 hours at pets at home thinking long and hard do I get him or do I leave it and hope he finds a good home, with Rosie being depressed and moping in the back of my mind I decided to get him and bond him to Rosie once she gets back to her old self a bit. After previous experience I checked this little baby was definately a boy before comitting to buying him since Rosie accepts males better than females. I ask the person dealing with me about where the little guy came from, they said a breeder they always use. I was happy with the answer they gave me and they said he was 9 weeks old. All the rabbits they had looked happy and healthy binkying around their runs so I was decided I'd take this little guy home. Got him home and settled into his temporary indoor cage till he's been to the vets for a check up and lost his manhood. Left him in peace for the rest of the day to calm down and settle then Sunday put him in the garden still in the indoor cage for a bit and Rosie come running up to the cage licking him through the bars. I wasn't the only one that fell in love with him at first sight it seems. I'm still not letting them loose together till he's been health checked by my vet though. So meet George, and I hope no one thinks bad of me for buying another baby boy so soon after losing my Charlie.