I know this isn't chicken related, but lots of us Chicken peeps are rabbit peeps too.
My dearest, Bebo, the lop earred bunny passed away today. He lived outside with his mate, Misses Bunny, in my quant little backyard for over 5 years, and have a nice nest tunnel dug underground, where they snuggled together throughout the long winter nights for years.
I am worried that she will die from loneliness/depression without a mate, and am seeking a buck to be her new companion. I would prefer an adult male that has had some exposure to life outdoors. As much I want for them to make quick friends and snuggle down in their den, I have a feeling it would take a little bit to court them, and for her to let him in the den. I fear it is too cold to acclimate a new new bunny to our yard, so thats why some outdoor experience is preferred.
Please let me know if anyone has any leads on some nice adult male rabbit suiters for my little Missus Bunny.
Here is little Bebo's memorial info from my blog:
This morning, to my great dismay and saddened heart, I found that my dearest, Bebo, the lop earred bunny, had passed away. He is survived by his life companion, Misses Bunny, and many chicken and kitty friends. If you ever knew him and loved him, please send energy his way and to his best friend, Misses Bunny. You may visit his shrine and donate flowers or little treasures you see fit. Bebo loved lounging in the sun, crunching dried leaves, exploring the yard, and frolicking in the with kitties. He loved to have his cheeks rubbed and to snuggle under your arms. His favorite food was the fractal broccoli romanesco. His very loved spirit will live on in the sunshine beams and snuggle patches at Casa De Sparkle.
Hello there. I am so sorry for your loss. We get so attached to our wonderful creatures and it is difficult when they are no longer with us.
I have a bunny I would like to offer to you to be a mate for Misses Bunny. His name is Buck and he is in need of a companion as well. He currently lives outside/inside in our chicken coop and run so he would do just fine in outdoor conditions as we live in the East Mountains. He is about a year and a half old and white with black spots. We just love him, but my son is getting older and with his homework load in high school he just doesn't have as much time anymore and it is clear that Buck would be showered with the attention he deserves with you.
If you would like to see pictures, I can send you some. He is super cute!