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Friday, April 07, 2006

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V

So do you shear them? Like sheep? I can't imagine shearing a bunny.....maybe I could practice on the cat.
(Just kidding kitty lovers! He'd eat me alive anyway....)

robyne

they are beautiful! yes, have you thought of names? are you going to go with 'b' names for bunnies (like the 'g' names for geese?).

Kris

The bunnies are adorable. Despite what others may have said, there is no way to get too far into the "fiber thing". Have fun!

Lene

Your bunnies look beautiful! Have you picked names for them yet?

shelley

What do your doggies think about bunnies? I'm not "allowed" to have sheep, but I hadn't thought about buns :)

bev

Awhhhhh. Bunyits. They are so very soft and cuddly - if you handle them and get them used to it. Good luck with them. Trust me when I say, you would rather buy your wool than get a sheep. Bunyits are easily contained and don't eat as much. LOL

Carolyn

Congratulations on your new "Easter" bunnies!! I know you will absolutely love them.

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