LANCE: Lance is a big teddy bear. But he's crazy. Like psycho. He has the most energy out of every rabbit in my herd. He goes from 0 (sleeping) to 10 (jumping, running, craziness) in like 0.9 seconds. Of course that's an exaggeration. But that's still what he's like. He's also very loving and wants to be held all the time.
SAIGE: Saige is a funny one. She's very obsessive and playful, she'll scratch and dig in a corner of her cage for HOURS and play with the same toy for HOURS just because she's bored. She scratches her pellets out of her dish or bites on her cage wire when she wants treats (which is ALL the time, by the way).
ROSIE: Rosie is a sweetheart. However she can be territorial and sometimes mean if she wants to be bred, or if she's pregnant. Rosie is my loudest rabbit. Whenever she's grumpy she lets you know with a grunt.
TY: Ty is sweet. He's not very active in his cage. He's laid back and a really good boy.
BUTTERFLY: Butterfly is a sweetie but she definitely has spunk. She doesn't like to pose...only when she feels like it (she does it so well though!). She loves to chew on the carpet I'm posing her on and check everything out. Butterfly is curious, and she's super outgoing and is always at the front of the cage begging for attention. When she was younger she had super bad table manners at shows, but has getting much, much better!
ZUZU: Zuzu is shy, and scared of almost everything. I attribute this to her missing ear. She still loves to be held and snuggled though, she feels safe there.
WICKET: Wicket is a super tiny buck! Even though he's young he just wants to breed all the time. He's been a pain to pose these past couple weeks because of it. Oh well. He's still a sweet dude and loves to be held.
JET: Jet is a little shy, he doesn't like being picked up in his cage. He always runs away. But once you get him, he loves being held and snuggled. He falls asleep in my lap and loves little kids.
Maybe this is just because I spend a lot of time with my rabbits. I play with them, spend him with them and love on them. I take the time out of my day to get to know my rabbits. Because I love it. Especially with the rabbits that were born here. I got to see their little personalities develop, and boy did they.