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reginald randolph the first
sheppard is pretty
Okay, since I've been regualar every week--I'm posting the next part of Landscape probably on Friday or Saturday night. This is pretty much totally due to overfull weekend reasons, and I like to spend at least a few hours before posting to do a review, which is why I like Sundays so much. I'm also probably sending the ending to beta this week so it can be ready for the next round, but seriously, my apologies. IT's just been possibly the most active weekend I've had in a while, involving too many adrenal rushes, blood pressure rocketing, snakes, reptiles, and a new bunny named Reginald Randolph. First to mock, I find your favorite pairing and write them eating fat free soy-substitute pudding at the end of the world off unattractive lizard-like people. You know I will. Or will pretend to.

Anyway. Warm welcome to my first personal pet in about five years, Reginald Randolph, dwarf bunny, dusty black, who likes to do this lop-jump thing like he's clicking his heels together and is officially the closest I have to a non-family relationship in my life sincce Augustin the Giant Bear defected to my son's room to scare away the scary things.

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I really think you need to post a picture of Reginald Randolph.

Congrats on being adopted by him!

Aww! Bunny love! I have two spoiled ones of my own. The random jump thing? Called a binky by most rabbit owners I know - it's a happy jump and it's completely adorable.

Have you owned a rabbit before? If not, is the bun a baby still or is it a bit older? If it's a baby, be forewarned about puberty. Once it hits, neuter/spay. It will make your life easier. Really. And yes, they do mellow out again eventually.

Oh, I was at the pet store today and stopped to look at the lizards. There was a really cool one that could move his eyes in separate directions. My sister and I are impressed, I look at the name and lo, it's a bearded dragon. I thought of you. *G*

*huggles Reginald*

You should really post pictures. Of the lizard too. *g*

I always thought though you needed to keep at least two rabbits or they would become neurotic or something, because normally they live in groups?

Sounds cute. Is he going to be a house rabbit so's you can pick him up and stroke him when Junior pushes you a bit close to the edge?

Congrats on the bunny. (Did you ever see the pics I posted of when our cats met my sister's bunny?)

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