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08-25-2007, 09:49 PM
Hey everyone. Remember the last time I posted about Kishii and I thought I had to rehome her? Well, my sister helped out since then which has been about two weeks now, but my parents still would like one less furball in the house.

Seeing as I am 20 and paying them rent (a very low rent lol cause they love me so much) I can only respect there decision. I understand why they would like it seeing as we have 2 birds, 3 cats, 1 dog, 4 fish tanks, 2 frogs, and a rabbit in the house, that is alot of animals for a mini home.

As me and my sister are sad that she has to go, I am also very happy because I have found the most perfect home for her. Sadly me and Kishii never did really bond, or attach to one another, I'm not sure why. It's really the first time I have never been able to bond to my pet. Anyways this home is awesome, its a guy I know in my church, and all his life he has had bunnies. His bunnies are kept outside together in a really big pen. And they are so happy. I think Kishii is going to love it there, and this guy spoils his rabbits and they get so much more attention than I have to give to my rabbit.

So as I am sad, I am also happy for her.

I got some last photos of her tonight, since tomorrow is when we are driving to his place to give her to him.




Have you guys ever got a animal before and just could not enter its heart or bond to it? Just wondering...

And don't worry I will be able to go up and visit Kishii when I can:)

08-25-2007, 10:00 PM
I'm sorry you have to rehome her, but glad you found what seems like a good home. I hope she can get along with any other bunnies he has. It does take a while for me to bond with another animal, but mostly because I want to make sure my old animals don't lose out any by having the new one around.

08-26-2007, 08:42 AM
I'm so sorry, though it sounds like she'll have a blast in her new home. Maybe we'll get pictures of your visits with her? It would be nice to see an update on her with all her new friends. :]
And I certainly have had/still have animals that just haven't bonded to me. Out of our four birds, only Donovan is truely fond of me. Everyone else perefers my sister. :D

08-26-2007, 08:46 AM
I'm sorry you have to rehome your bunny. I am glad you found her such a good home. I am sure Kishii will love it there.

08-26-2007, 10:55 AM
I am sorry you have to rehome Kishii but you are doing what is best for her.

08-26-2007, 11:29 AM
Rehoming Kishii was the right thing to do. I am so sorry though. She will have so much fun in her new home. Maybe you can visit her every once and awhile.

08-26-2007, 11:41 AM
Everyone you don't know how much your words mean to me. Today I went to church and put Kishii in the car with the guy taking her, and I could tell she was going to be just fine. He was holding her and she wasn't scared, and when she was put in the car, she just started cleaning herself lol. So that makes me really happy.:)

And I will be going up there to see her in october, the guy that took her lives just a few minutes away from where my horse is boarding. I found out that he is going to keep her in the house with him, at least for the winter anyway, and that he likes her so much that she may be a house bunny, since I have her already litter trained.:) Very good news for me, so I feel good as to where she is.

08-26-2007, 01:04 PM
Bye Kishii you had a great home with your mommy! Sounds like Kishii will have another great home with her new owner, it's really good that you get to viset Kishii because she's not too far away, I bet Kishii will adore seeing other rabbits and exploring the new enviorment. Very cute photos. ^ ^

08-27-2007, 03:37 AM
A hard thing to do, but I've no doubt that you've done the best thing for Kishii. I totally understand the whole not bonding thing - it sounds silly, but it does exist. I lost a very dear rabbit who I loved with all my heart, she followed me everywhere, licked my nose and was always pleased to see me. Sadly she passed away and our other bunny (Millie) started to pine for her. She stopped eating, drinking and was extremely miserable. Our vet recommended trying to pair her with another bunny as Millie was still a young bun herself. So reluctantly we began searching for the perfect bunny and eventually we fell in love with a Lionhead (Sweetpea). 3 years later, the two bunnies are not together as Millie was having none of it. Sweetpea herself developed quite a nasty streak towards us to the point that we couldn't feed her properly as she would attack us and god help us when we tried to get her out of her home for a run in the garden or to clean her home. The vet put it down to hormones (!!) so we had her spayed and thankfully she has calmed down loads.....however, I still don't feel particularly close to her as I feel like she was a replacement for my dear rabbit. Don't get me wrong, I love her to bits and she still gets lots of attention but maybe not as much as Millie?

08-27-2007, 10:48 AM
Thanks Argranade:) And thanks also very much Babyboonie, I completely understand what you are saying. I got to talk to the guy at the evening service last night, and Kishii is settling right in, and he just seems so excited to have her:D I'm happy to know that she is comfortable:)