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Big Hui:

 

 

 

The first time I saw her, she was extremely angry being abandoned instead of scared being surrounded by all kinds of cats in an animal shelter. We were warned she would bite any one close to her, and it is true. I had to wear heavy jeans at home during the first three months and I still got many bruises on my legs and arms.

 

We built up our trust relationship gradually. She stopped biting me. She started enjoying my petting. In rabbit's language, the gentle grinding of her teeth is telling she is happy, and she was truly happy when I petted her. Every morning as the first sunlight hit the window, she jumped to my bed and nudged me with her nose to wake me up. Each time I ate fruit, she would place her front paws on me to remind me to share. We shared many sweet foods including her favorite apple, banana, and grape. Every day when I came back home from school, she was excited and showed her greeting in a special rabbit way: running circles around me with three times in CCW way, three times in CLW way, and another three times in CCW way. If translated to human language, she was saying: I love you, I love you, I love you...

 

After my graduation, we two flew from NY to CA to meet my husband, and then we three flew from CA to LA. It is sad she couldn't wait to see our new home in TX.

 

I miss her.

 

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Bunnies, My Heart Melted...

 

 

 

 

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Da Zhu: the smartest rabbit I have ever seen. Seriously, she thinks a lot.

 

 

 

                               

 

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Tiao Tiao:

 

 

 

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Xiao Fen: a very handsome male rabbit.