Bunnies come in a multitude of varieties, but I'm partial to the big ones. My Flemish Giants get a lot of wide-eyed looks from folks who've never met one before. Most recently, there was the furniture delivery guy who asked me if "they're supposed to be that big" as if I were just feeding them way too much. ;-)
Tinkerbell is a French Lop and belongs to my friend Michelle from PetBunny. The Frenchie is known for its long ears (but not so long as an English Lop) and its large size (up to about 15 pounds, right Michelle?) Tink is still a young-bun in the picture here, but will bulk up and grow into those ears soon!
Tink is the beloved companion of one of Michelle's other bunnies, Chopper, seen here flopped on his side in a moment of bunny-bliss beside Tink. I have read that French Lops are very affectionate and playful rabbits. Much like a Flemmie, it seems that Frenchies are a breed that people fall in love with once they've had the company of one. At least I know that's the case with Michelle. Thank you, Michelle, for letting me post some of your photos here!
a return Visit
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