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Awwwwww little babies ...... when will they open their eyes and start hopping?
 
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they usually open their eyes around 10 days old, it's going to be really cool.
 

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Ah that will be soon and then we can see them with their eyes open ...... is that also when they will be hopping around?
 

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OMG, they are so cute!!! I love their little fuzzy ears.
Great closeup of the grey one's mouth. That is just too precious.
 

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They are such sweet little ones!!!!!
Thankyou for sharing such cute pics with us!!
I have a female blue holland lop named Sophie so i'm partial to bunnies


please look into having the momma and all of the babies spayed/neutered when they're ready by a vet that specializes in rabbits.
 
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13 days old, eyes open, hopping around, left the nest and VERY active!

they deffinitly keep me on my feet when I let them hop around on a towel on the lounge floor.

mum took some pics of them asleep in my hands





and a couple of carrot looking like a fish hehehe.



thanks for looking!
 
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the babies are eating carrots, silverbeet, hay & apples now!
of course making tiny dints in them, but they're still having a good munch due to their size.

just 17 days old they look like bunnies now!


still no bigger than a leaf of silverbeet though




"we have decided that a woolen sweater combined with huddling is much more appealing than a box of hay"
 
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