Unbeknownst to us, the person selling the rabbits was a fellow Down Syndrome advocate, Reece's Rainbow supporter, and Oklahoman. She happened to be a blog follower and a facebook friend. How weird is that! Hello Qadoshyah! :)
Anyway, we came home with two cute baby bunnies. A couple of days later our Chesapeake Bay retriever mistook the open cage as an invitation to eat one of the babies. :(((((( The children were devastated, so John told us all to load up in the car and drove 4 crying children an hour and a half to get a replacement for him.
We ended up coming home with THREE more rabbits, plus a little goat. We didn't know the first thing about raising rabbits OR goats, just like we didn't know anything about raising little girls with Down Syndrome two years ago. :)
Act first, think later, that is our motto.
So with no further adieu I introduce you to.....
Bear, who apparently can't wait to bring more baby bunnies into the world.
Champagne, sweet laid back, who doesn't mind being held by even Hope
Flopsy, whose brother Peter was eaten by a dog just a few days ago
And Jack, Peter's replacement.
Come on over to the Urban petting zoo!! Admission is free, and we'll even throw in a mug of hot chocolate!