Rambo Bunny (Breed: Unknown but best guess Havana/Silver Mix)
Rambo Bunny found his way into my home about 4 years ago. He was a foster with the hopes that he and Punchy would hit it off. BOY DID THEY EVER! They were kept separate until their vet trip to get fixed, Rambo in the cage and Punchy outside the cage. Night and day they sat by each other’s side, pressed against each other through the cage. They have been inseparable since they met.
Rambo is a mischievous little bunny, always observing and exploring. He likes to climb and hide in boxes, crawl through his play tube or nap in his tent. Rambo is very smart. If there is something he wants, he knows how to let you know. For example, if I haven’t noticed their food or water is low, he has been known to sit next to the bottle or bowl and stomp his feet until I notice.
He is also very protective of Punchy. He grooms her constantly and stays by her side, such a loving little man. Unlike Punchy, Rambo is very easy to handle. He is very calm and at ease when being held. He likes to get scratched just behind his ears, if you find the right spot, he’ll even groom you back!
Punch the Bunny aka Punchy (Breed: Mini Lop)
Beautiful Punchy came from a pet store back from before I knew the joys of rescue shelters. She was the most beautiful bunny of the bunch with her floppy little lop ears. Over the 8 years I’ve had her, she has established herself as Queen of the Castle. Her favorite pastimes include: lounging out on the carpet, hiding and digging in cardboard boxes, and snuggles with her man Rambo Bunny. She has a bit of a sweet tooth. Don’t get in her way if there are strawberry flavored yogurt treats nearby!
Punchy isn’t much of a fan of being held, it makes her a little nervous. She does however enjoy company at her level on the floor. Head pats, chin rubs and ear scratches are the way to her heart.
Both Punchy and Rambo Bunny are dog, cat and kid friendly!
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