This is Bigwig (luv that name!). He is a rabbit with a very inspirational story. After being abandoned as a baby :_( he was adopted by a nurse at a local veterinary. Bigwig, shy at first, eventually came out of his shell and is the apple of his Mom's eye. He's also a champion of sorts. Big Wig, a sable-lion head cross rabbit, won both the Best Adult Pet Rabbit and Best Overall in Show at the Haigh Show in the UK.
When life gave Bigwig lemons he didn't stop at making lemonade. He used the lemon peel to add zest to a whole slew of confectionery and then used the seeds to create lemon grove. Way to go bunny! Read more about Bigwig from his local paper: Wigan Today.
This little fellow is the beneficiary of the good will of Lejla Hadzimuratovic, founder of Bunny World Foundation in LA. Lejla has been active in helping to shut down the back alley trade of animals, esp buns, in Los Angeles.
:P So it's really on the side, but whatevs! This is Dudley, one of FIFTY bunnies seized from a mobile home and later transferred to the Southeastern PA/DE Chapter of the House Rabbit Society. Apparently his mane wasn't in such good shape then, and these are photos of his new rockin' do, grown in now that he's gotten some more attention! You can read more about him on his Petfinder page here... good luck, Dudley! Lookin' handsome :)
:) This is Annabelle, a beauty of a bun (look at those blue eyes!) up for adoption with the Richmond, CA Chapter (the International Headquarters) of the House Rabbit Society! You can read all about her on her Petfinder page here... good luck, girl! :D
"That bracelet is too plain Jane. What you need are silly bandz. Like lots of them! Bunny shapes of course! How cool would it be to walk into class with like every color of the rainbow on your arm. Stylin!"
Bunnies are full of great advice. Mostly on fashion, food and gossip, for some reason >.>
This bun is actually just one of 51 surrendered to a Methuen, Mass. MSPCA recently, along with a bunch of Chinchillas. You can read more about him and his friends here. Good luck little bun. Hope you find your furever home soon! (Photo courtesy of the Boston Herald)