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hello all - 1/14/2007 2:59:43 PM   
Some of you may remember me from ebay. Acrylicartistrabbits. I was the one that had all the show rabbits, and did alot of wildlife/animal art. Just wanted to say I am back, and will be back to ebay soon. I just had a nice chunk of real estate inheritance money given to me. So I have paid everything off. My bunnies are getting new cages, and a new barn. and I am remodeling my moms bathroom. I just paid to become a certified ebsq artist. Which I could never afford before. But am excited about. I hear there's alot of benefits to that, selling, and competeing wise. I would apprecaite any advice and tips involving this site. I also currently belong to the ebsq livejournal one as well, and am listed as jnlldxn if anyone wants to friend me.

Anyways, one of my buns, Hot donna sez hi. and FEED ME!
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RE: hello all - 1/14/2007 3:11:25 PM   
You will love it, There is a whole huge world in the private forum that you can pour through for hours for tips for beginners,,troubleshooting,,,gabbing,,,critiques,,,you name it,,,,welcome and I look forward to seeing your things


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RE: hello all - 1/14/2007 3:16:33 PM   


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hi there! cute widdle bunny photo 
see you around

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RE: hello all - 1/14/2007 4:59:08 PM   

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Welcome, the forum is a great place to meet and be with other artists.  It is a nice sounding board for ideas and a wonderful place to get a good critique of your work.  Lots of supportive and helpful people.



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RE: hello all - 1/14/2007 5:12:31 PM   

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Hi also am looking forward to seeing you around. Come join us, it's lots of fun and informative.



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RE: hello all - 1/14/2007 7:56:37 PM   

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Hi Janelle, welcome back! I hope that this means you'll be nibblefesting again!

Your bunny is very cute, my daughter has recently started campaigning for a bunny but we don't really have the space right now (I don't want to keep one outside).

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RE: hello all - 1/14/2007 8:01:51 PM   
Hi! Welcome back you certified member you! 

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RE: hello all - 1/14/2007 9:19:28 PM   
Thanks everyone.

Platy if you ever do decide to get one, make sure it comes from a decent rabbit breeder, a very responsible petstore, or a good rabbit rescue. Just make sure its from someone that knows how to properly care for, and sex them. And if you don't plan to show it, like a 4h project, find a decent vet that will spay/neuter it. But good rabbit vets are also extremely difficult to find. Most don't know much about them.

For cage space, you can use anything from standard wire hutches to cubicle cages. Most rescues opt for the cubicle cages since they keep their bunnies indoors, and litter train them, excetra. While us breeders would keep them outdoors in hutches or wire cages.  One of my indoor rabbits has a cubicle cage, and is litter trained. The other doesn't. If you want more space you could always buy the bunny a petstore playpen. Or build one yourself. they are inexpensive. And my rabbits enjoy some run time in them outside during the summer weather.

make sure you do your research. But beware of what you read. Some of the stuff offered on the internet is very harmful for a rabbits health. Like Great information for litter training, vetting and the like. But not so good on the diet. Bunnies need pellets as the most important part of their diet. that site recommends veggies that aren't good for them. They also happen to be very militantly anti-breeder. has some excellent information. So does Island gems rabbitry, and

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RE: hello all - 1/15/2007 9:06:12 AM   

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Thanks for the info Janelle, I will definitely check back with you before we're ready.  What are cubicle cages?  I'm not familiar with them, at least not by that name.  

We wouldn't be showing or breeding it, it would just be a pet.  Just curious, what's the advantage of neutering a rabbit if it's not going to encounter other rabbits?  Does it affect their health or their temprament? 

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RE: hello all - 1/15/2007 11:18:39 AM   
A rabbit person, we have a jackrabbit that was orphaned at 2 weeks old,,,it is now about 4 months old. We have raised other rabbits and released them when they became sufficient,,,but this one has not been raised with another bunny and we don't want to release her out this time of year and we are afraid that she will be too domesticated to release once winter ends,,,what is your opinion about this? My daughter wants to keep her,,,,I am feeling attached to her as well.

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RE: hello all - 1/15/2007 1:49:22 PM   
I am not sure about the jack rabbit. Never raised any of those. Ive raised and released cottontails.  I guess if its adjusting to domestic life it'll be fine.

The c and c cages are those little cubicle shelves you find at places like target. They interlock. You can make animal cages with them.

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RE: hello all - 1/15/2007 4:36:34 PM   
Heide...I believe you have a cottontail as we don't have jack rabbits here...only cottontail and swamp rabbits.
And you're doing a great job of rescuing the little boogers...they often don't do well in captivity!

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RE: hello all - 1/15/2007 4:54:27 PM   
Here is cracker jack,,,is it a cotton tail?

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RE: hello all - 1/15/2007 6:57:24 PM   

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Where's his tail? LOL
Jackrabbits have a black tail, cottontails a white one. From the short ears, your little guy looks like a cottontail.


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RE: hello all - 1/15/2007 9:16:47 PM   

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Here is cracker jack,,,is it a cotton tail?

yep! a sweet baby Peter rabbit!

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