Cherry and Blossom are the cutest sisters! I love how different their personalities are, and that they just love each other so much! Cherry is a thumper, but shes all bark and no bite. She makes me laugh every time I go near her because she protests the idea of being picked up; however, she gives the most fun little kicks when she is free-roaming! She is very easily pleased and she shows it by exuding her joy. She also makes me laugh so much when I clean her pen because she grabs her water dish and flips it toward me, like she is telling me to fill it. And she does the same with her litter box. Cherry is a great free roamer because she doesnt really chew things!
Blossom is more reserved when it comes to letting her personality shine, but she gets the most excited for food! She loves her pellets and her lettuce! She is amazingly behaved when free-roaming, but she is a little more of a chewer. She is just started to explore things that require a little jump, like going onto the couch, and its so cute.
They both love to be pet when held in a secure way, and love kisses on their cheeks and rubs on their noses. They are amazing with children, dogs, and cats! We have a lot going on around them at all times and they dont seem to mind at all!
You can apply to adopt them here: https://pennyandwild.wufoo.com/forms/penny-and-wild-adoption-application-rabbit/
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