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The Giant Flemish

Discussion in 'Other Animals' started by Sidewinder, Jan 4, 2019.

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    Jesus!
     
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    Lovely rabbits. You just dont see them very often anymore...
     
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    I’ve actually found these rabbits to be quite skittish, though that was in a veterinary setting and so they were most likely suffering from stress...
     
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    Lovely ! I wouldn't be able to pick them up though!
     
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    I had a pair of these little darlings, in the early 80s - cute as buttons, bright, sweet, & active. :) I loved ‘em.

    Tan rabbit - Wikipedia


    I also had at various times, a Dutch dwarf [grey buck], a black Norway dwarf, & a gorgeous red sable “meat rabbit” with a big white bib.

    - terry

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    We always had rabbits as kids, I think they're really cute but didn't find them to be great pets. They don't seem to enjoy being petted etc even when tame :(
     

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