I am sure everything will be okay for your baby but I will be keeping my fingers crossed for you and Niles. You may want to have someone at the clinic call you when his surgery is over to let you know everything is okay - most clinics don't mind doing this and it always makes me feel better.
That is extreeeeeeeeeeeemly funny! :laughing2...the only reason why I say this is because my friend had a bunny rabbit named snowball and she was always bragging how snowball was the best rabbit and how he never peed on anyone! Well, I was just 10 or 12 at the time and believed just about anything anyone's told me, so I told my friend James that this rabbit never peed on anyone and he was safe to pick him up :LOL::LOL: Well as you can guess, snowball did pee on him but, we she was so embarrassed she told us that snowball just melted a little! :laughing2 :laughing2 TRUE STORY! :LOL: :LOL:
Hi there! We haven't heard from you and I was wondering how Niles was doing I'm sure he's a lot better than the first day you brought him home; but my question is if he's peed on your boyfriend yet? :LOL::LOL::LOL: I guess I wanted to see if it was a male thing, or maybe he just took his feelings out on him...:LOL: You know I'm just joking with you. Anyway...regards to your boyfriend and kudos to him as well; it's not everyday you get a g/f that has a rabbit who seems to p### on you every chance he gets :LOL: Now, that's one real way to test if a guy really loves ya!!!!! :LOL:
Hugs and bunnykisses to your baby Niles!
PS..I don't remember, did you tell us what you named your Prairie Dog?
Love, Peace &
This is the WEIRDEST neuter experience I have ever had!
They took his testicles, but left the scrotum, it's weird looking..
And it didn't even phase him one bit, I brought him home, as soon as I set him down, he ran over and mounted the Prairie Dog (POOR PIKABU!!)
apearently it takes a few weeks for the hormones to get out of his system..
And I want to get another bunny!! I wonder if 2 boys would get along..