This group of 3 rabbits was our beginning. We had only planned keeping them 2 weeks and then I had a nice farm home for them. Well, we were hooked. Our cute little Orange rabbit was always independent and did not care to be held. He was always Mr. Independent. Due to some unfortunate events, it ended up that he was the only one left. He had a nice outdoor pen he lived in, until one day, he refused. He spent almost a year in there and finally one day, just jumped out. We never needed a top so we didn't bother with one. Well, it was kind of fun having him roam so we let him. Of course he ate all of my herb garden. But he was so enjoyable to watch that it was okay.
But then we began showing rabbits. So we had more rabbits. We quickly learned that he did not care for male rabbits and would nip at their noses. So we had to try always to keep him away. Even more so from the female rabbits. It became less and less fun letting him roam so we had to once again contain him. Well I went out today to bring babies to play and sat down by the x pen. Within a few seconds, here came Ginger to sit beside me and greet the babies. Sigh. There is just no containing this silly rabbit. He has brought us so much laughter and enjoyment along with a bit of frustration. But in the long run, if it weren't for him, I don't know that we would have any rabbits at all. So for that, we thank you Ginger.