Saturday, September 4, 2010

Foster #2 Opal

OMB I can't believe it has been over a month since my last post! Time flies so fast and my slave is far too busy for my liking. Here is our second foster bunny Opal.

I particularly like this first picture, it looks like she is scheming which is what every good bunny should do. She may make an evil overlord yet, but she is a bit of a softy.

Opal is a big beautiful New Zealand white rabbit. We think she had been living outside for quite some time. She had worn down nails and grease stains on her fur from living under cars. But after a massive shed she is now nice and pure white again.
She is a really sweet bunny who will stop and smush to the floor the moment you start petting her. She is very curious and loves to explore. A public service announcement type message, always spay your bunnies! Besides the obvious reasons of preventing pregnancy and cancer. Opal was VERY hormonal prior to spay, she went through a false pregnancy, built a nest and was very stressed out. She was very protective of her nest and would box and even bite my slave. But now that she is spayed she is a big suck and shows no aggression. Also due to her high hormones she had some complications after her spay. She had a lot of bruising around her incision and some bleeding. Fortunately she healed up well and is perfectly fine now. My slave is hoping to adopt her, but needs to get a better paying job first since funds are a little tight right now. Wish her luck!

Thanks for reading!

PS these pics also by StudioLapin


  1. Opal is a beauty, we think she will make a wonderful espionage spy for your's hoping your slave gets a job she likes and that pays money so Opal can join up.

  2. Opal is lovely. Hope she can stay!

    Thank you for the healing vibes you sent to Freckles on her surgery. They must have worked, because she is doing much better today. Here's hoping everything is okay!

  3. I can see why your slave fell for Opal! I hope Opal gets to stay on as part of your army :)

  4. Your fosters are beautiful! I have so much respect and admiration for people who foster, I'm not sure I could do it (the giving them back part) and my apartment would just start filling up with rabbits! For now, the bf won't let me take anymore and we don't really have the space anyway.

    I am forever indebted to my Sogna's foster mom.