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Should Frags keep Larry for herself?

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by Kammie, Jul 31, 2009.


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Should Frags keep Larry?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  1. Kammie

    Kammie PetForums VIP

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    You guessed it, give an answer and help Frags decide.
     
  2. kellyrich

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    YES



    I think we all know the answer already............but i want him hes fab!! :p
     
  3. umber

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    YUp YUP YUPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP!
     
  4. emzybabe

    emzybabe PetForums VIP

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    I'm really on the fence with this one

    Pros
    hes beautiful
    hes ur baby and u have already started to train him
    at least u know he will be well handled and humanised, rather than left by some child for nipping
    you could breed him with mid?

    Cons
    u might want a man for lily whos closer to her own age
    where are u going to put him
    hes a big boy and will need loads of food
    u would prob want him done before he gets too cheeky and learns to spray
    also do u want to watch him hump his mum
     
  5. Kammie

    Kammie PetForums VIP

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    But she's named him and we all know what happens when we name something.
     
  6. kellyrich

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    Oh no stop being so sensible!! lol :D:D
     
  7. emzybabe

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    sorry :(

    I dont know how frags manages to sell any of her babies
     
  8. frags

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    ha ha ha you cheeky buggas!!!

    sorry to have to tell you but its been decided larry aka the opal butterfly is to go.

    the reason for this is because i am bringing in the blue eyed white breeding pair, of this litter i will need to keep a BEW or 2. i will also need to bring in a very good type solid colour as i plan on showing and as the BEW are a new colouring in the french lops there type are not great so to get a good type BEW i need to breed them.
    so i just wont have money situation to keep another.

    but its sooooooooooooooo sweet you have done this but i think we should do a thread on who thinks kammie should have larry :p
     
  9. emzybabe

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    awwww he is so beautiful tho, I'm sure he'll find a great home especially when someone comes to view him and hes all over them (only a matter of time)

    can put me on the waiting list for a BEW :rolleyes:
     
  10. frags

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    LOL that list is already filling fast and i dont even have them here yet :001_tt2:
     
  11. Kammie

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    I won't say no to Larry. Just the little problem with the three I already have :p
     
  12. emzybabe

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    its coz they are from good lines, ive seen a few advertised but wouldnt trust the breeder u on the other hand i might think about trusting :001_tt2:
     
  13. emzybabe

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    crofty already proved 4 is no problem, i'm sure he'd love some play mates
     
  14. Kammie

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    Hmm true, though one of mine is so nervous and used to being on her own she won't accept a partner so she's staying on her own now but still has free range with the others. George I'm planning on bonding with Rosie when he's a bit older and lost his bits but the problem lies with Rosie being dominant, I can't add another dominant bun to her they'll just fight. If Larry decided to be recessive I'd take him though.
     
  15. frags

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    have someone coming to view him tomoro
     
  16. emzybabe

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    :eek: bye bye larry
     
  17. frags

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    lol she rang about him but i did tell her about his nipping and told her i have 2 others she can view.
    so maybe she will take a different 1.
     
  18. emzybabe

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    who else is left?
     
  19. Kammie

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    No don't let Larry go!
     
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    larry didnt go lol they wasnt experienced with buns enough for me to let them have him, they took the opal buck instead and is going to be an indoor bun :D
     
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