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taraann81

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This is my new lionhead doe. Any name suggestions.
 

miss_thenorth

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Dusty, as in "dust bunny" :D We got a lionhead too, although dd is not spending the time with it that "Gillie" needs. He got his name b/c he looks like he's wearing a gillie suit.
 

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All of the rabbits are really my kids. And I told them before we got the flemish almost 2 months ago that once they are my responsibility they are gone. My so is unbelivably responsible with. I have not once in the last 2 months had to remind him to feed/water or care for the rabbits. I think I am going to get a Lionhead buck so he can breed a litter or two. Sell the kits to people or a petstore and use the money to purchase supplies and food for the rabbits.
I think it is a wonderful opportunity for him to learn how to make and spend money wisely(by no means do I think its a get rich deal) just that perhaps by selling some kits he can help pay for some of the costs that come with owning the rabbits!
 

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No I can't think of perfect names. I really liked Dust bunny as Miss_thenorth suggested and that may end up being the name. I love clever names like that!
 

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How about Galdalfina?

(A Female Gandalf from Lord of the Rings).

I thought of "Gandalf the Grey" when I saw how cute she looked!
 

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I love the lord of the rings! But my daughter (the 5 year old, girly girl.) came up with pixie. I thought it was very feminine and cute. So Pixie it is!

Thanks for everyones help!
 
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