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  1. #21
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    Hmmm - I wonder if she would be good at protecting my foals from the local coyotes that are constantly around.

    We have a couple donkeys who usually do the job, but maybe I could have her take shifts so they can have a few days off....



  2. #22
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    bumping up the attack bunny



  3. #23
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    Default Still available...

    For some reason, she is still available...



  4. #24
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    I wish you were closer. I'd like to at least meet the satanic critter.



  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katie-Nicole View Post
    For some reason, she is still available...


    Couldn't imagine why...

    Would it not be better to just euthanize her? She sounds like a nasty little bugger and might be better for everyone lol.
    "People ask me 'will I remember them if I make it'. I ask them 'will you remember me if I don't?'"



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    Maybe try the rabbit lady. I'm sure she would take her. When you have 200 what is one more? I'll look around to find her info and PM you.



  7. #27
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    Oh, Palomino Morgan... You're in WNY. PM me with your address and I'll be happy to drop her off!



  8. #28

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    Will she eat my neighbor's 3 rabbits that seem to have made my hay barn their home?!?! GRRRRRRRRRR. If she will, hubby may let her hang around. Of course, we have a small child now so maybe it won't be such a good idea when the peanut is learning to crawl and playing in the yard. (Her fingers are SO tiny I'm sure an attack bunny would take off a few with minimal effort. )



  9. #29
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    I'm sorry, but this has me HOWLING! I think maybe she IS the bunny from "Holy Grail" come to life!




  10. #30
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    Set your bunny free. If she comes back to you from the state park 20 miles down the road then you'll know she loves you!



  11. #31
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    Default Junk Yard Rabbit

    Maybe there's a good Junk Yard near ya that needs to replace their dogs?



  12. #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by tidy rabbit View Post
    Set your bunny free. If she comes back to you from the state park 20 miles down the road then you'll know she loves you!
    This is what happened to two of my neighbor's rabbits who made my house their home. They didn't come back. LOL. Guess they didn't love their old home enough.



  13. #33
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    This is so funny. No it's not. Okay, yes it is.

    But in all seriousness, don't let a domestic animal loose. That is curelty of the highest sort. They don't have the defense mechanisms and will likely have a painful death as a toy to some dog, smooshed by a car and left to limp off into the brushes and bleed to death, etc. If you can't find someone who will have her evilness, euthanasia does not sound out of line.
    ~Veronica
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  14. #34
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    Default haha

    Oh boy!! I just got a good laught from everyone. I too would let the bunny lose without approving it. Heh. Cute bunnies at least.
    Next time you here "it's just a horse", smile because they JUST don't understand!



  15. #35
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    This is killing me. I don't live that far from you and I'm currently looking into adopting a female bun to bond with my male. The only catch is it has to be fixed, since my male cannot be due to airway issues (not contagious). I LOVE Lionheads! Do you think that she would calm down with another bun, or play the one from Monty Python? I don't want to risk hurting my male....



  16. #36
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    OMG..she is the cutest thing ever.

    But no, I don't want her
    I recognized with despair that I was about to be compelled to buy a horse ~
    Edith Somerville and "Martin Ross"

    "Momma" to Tiempo, Tucker and Puff, RIP my beautiful Norman 8/2012



  17. #37
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    ... it's General Woundwort!



  18. #38
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    Default Any Takers Yet?

    I was telling my mother about Crockpot and she told me a tale of a bunny she and my dad had bought for my sisters before I was born...
    This bunny was also a killer - literally - turns out it not only attacked the hands that fed it but also killed the chicks my parents had bought. When the farmer down the road took it home to join his barnyard gang it chased down and killed some full grown chickens too And that, I believe was the end of that particular killer bunny - he did indeed, end up in a crockpot or at least a plate!



  19. #39
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    OMG...SUCH a funny thread! Hey, one thought: YOU fell for her at an auction...maybe that would be an avenue to find her a new satan bunny loving home??
    ayrabz
    "Indecision may or may not be my problem"
    --Jimmy Buffett



  20. #40
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    OMG...I'm sorry for your pain, but this IS hilarious!



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