Shamelessly stolen from a thread that was shamelessly stole from another thread. Let's start a thread for rabbit aficionados. Our Rabbits After years of deliberating and arguing, we finally decided to adopt a couple of rabbits. My wife was against the idea the whole time and vowed to take no part in the cleaning / care / feed. (She woke up before sunrise this morning to talk and feed the rabbits ) Meet Fluffy and Licorice. Both female, bonded/friends, around 7 mo. They're mix breed, surrendered to the RSPCA when they were around 5 months old. We picked them because they were the friendliest pair in the rescue at that time. Their body language was positive. I observed them greeting and saying hello to everyone that walks into their pen. I built their hutch from a kitchen buffet/hutch we had lying around from another project. Mesh wire replaces the glazing. Shelves placed at offset for them to climb. But the plan was to raise them as indoor bunnies with full access to the house. So their hutch is really for toilet/sleeping and their safe place when we have guests around. 2 days in, I expected a pair of timid rabbits will need a little space to adjust and come out from their shell. Instead we had heaps of binkies, rabbit 500 races, cuddles and licks and heaps of mischief. Licorice is checking my grammar as I type this, and Fluffy is well acquainted with being told "No!".Each have selected their fav sofa in the house. Current things to work on Fluffy have decided that the rear of my hifi rack is her favorite hiding hole. I'll need to figure out a barrier. Licorice is scared to walk down stairs/steps. She climbs with no issue. Will need to train her with lots of treats.