So, Groot is great with his litter box and a darling, but cannot be neutered so will probably be best as an only bunny with lots of people attention. he does not mount his foster moms so we think he is just a fine little boy. Please see if there is a place in your hear for this darling
UPDATE: Babies are weaned and tentatively sexed and the baby boys and one girl were separated from mom on 11/20 with the others moving soon. Please now see their individual listings for their individual write ups.
The babies will be kept in foster until old enough to be neutered and then be up for adoption. Males that happens about 3.5 to 4 months and females closer to 6 months.
Groot is twice the size of his smallest siblings. He is also the most timid trying to hide among his tiniest siblings and is totally a momma's boy. He has been separated from mom since she is not spayed. We sent him to a foster home with a lady to give him lots of attention and loving. He is such a darling though and one of my favorites. See him on the left end in the group photo, but he has the personality of a gentle giant. He looks large, but his siblings and mom are so small he looks large. By the way, at his foster home while he waits to be old enough to neuter, he spends every night on his mom's lap while she watched TV and will even curl up on her cat's body and go to sleep.
Born about 9/25 to 11/1. there are 5 babies. We cannot yet tell their sex. Keep an eye out her for more updates.
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