I got the bunny from the farm store and tried to hide it in the basement, but my Fairy sneaked and find him... This was the pictures when she found him and first met him....SO happy!
He is a Holland Lop Bunny. He looks like a squirrel. The ears grow and drop when they grow up.
Bunny instructions from my experience.
Bunnies are great pets. Know that little kids need to be under supervision at all time with the bunny. Sit them on the couch and be with them. You don't want the baby to throw the bunny in the air...Hmmmm...by experience....
If the bunny bites, turn it on it's back say no firmly and put it back on the couch, not in the cage. Give it treats often when you hold them so they will like you. A Holland Lop is a little too big at adult size for a 2 to carry it. A Dwarf one is perfect.
Some bunnies have the tendency to dig, making a mess in a cage and on your walls. I have them in a hutch outside. With a heating lamp in winter.
Can you tell how much she changed already! OHHH They grow up too fast!!
So i made this bunny cake. One layer of cake, freeze it and carve it. Make a template on paper first.
Coconut on top of white icing to make the fur and icing for details. Pink and brown in piping tube.
Cute plates....Easy clean up.
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