Competitive rabbit hopping: Nothing’s gonna ever keep you down!

I have very little commentary to add to this video, other than to say that 10-year-old rabbit 4-Her that still lives inside me is VERY excited:

More information about competitive rabbit hopping over here.

  1. LOL! What a great way to end my lunch- a nanaimo bar and bunnies!

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  2. oh wow, and i thought i was the only one with a 10 year old rabbit 4-Her living inside her… i am so glad i am not alone…

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  3. OMG Bunnies for the WIN! My sir williams is almost 8 and quite the jumper himself:D Bunnies make the awesomest pets! I even considered submitting a post about house bunny care… is that lame of me?

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  4. Oh 4-H one of the happiest times of my life.I don't think our county rabbit groups did anything like this but I certainly wish they had.

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  5. I desperately wanted a bunny throughout my childhood. I begged and begged. I got stuffed animal rabbits because my parents thought they were funny. It got to the point when everyone thought I collected rabbit stuffed animals when really, I just wanted a bunny of my own.
    And now I have rats. But the desire is still there – the last time I saw a pet rabbit, I developed bunny tourettes- I was helpless to say anything except "Bunny bunny bunny!"

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  6. Today is General Bismark's first birthday! I absolutely adore my little soldier bunny. I have been meddling with the idea of training him to do rabbit hops. Although he seems just as happy to dive onto the couch.

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  7. Love how the one actually stood up to get picked up at the end. Priceless! In real life, I find bunnies a little stinky, but they sure are cute.

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  8. I also have rabbits! They are very cute, but *VERY* high-maintenance, not anything even remotely similar to having dogs or cats. So, it's something to reallllly carefully consider before getting one. But I do love mine!

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