Today, I had to take my rabbit to be fixed. This may seem silly to most people, but I was advised that it would help my rabbit lead a more relaxed life and he would live longer. So, I scheduled the appointment and got him in. I picked him up around 5, and honestly it makes me question the neutering of animals. His trembling body and sad eyes. A spark had left them. My once very happy, hoppity companion looked melancholy, and so disappointed. I know I have to be patient, and let him heal before I make a complete judgement.
Instead of dwelling on my little friend being in pain… I decided to spend a little time thinking of Ozzy when he was spry (like yesterday). It’s almost comical how I have become so attached to a small rodent. I can honestly say that my house bunny has been one of the absolute best additions in my life.
He greets me the way I would want any animal to and is truly partial to me. I found him on craigslist, and took him off the hands of a little girl who began with 2 bunnies and ended up with 10. It seems it was all meant to be.
His personality is so big for such a small animal, and I know I might sound crazy.. He hops around my apartment
and gets along perfectly with our
dog, Jimi. He is becoming litter trained, but is not perfect yet… Still impressive for a bunny. Ozzy has even found a way to jump from the ground, into my lap. He has truly become a part of my family. Rabbits are very underrated when it comes to a person looking for a pet to be a cat like companion. He’s adorable, sweet, and more lovable then I could ask. I can’t wait to have my house bunny healed and back to normal.