The two new bunnies were not named right away, and to my knowledge do not have official names to this day. "Brown Bunny" and "Black and White Bunny" seem to have prevailed. The non-specific nature of the two new bunnies' names is significant. They are pictured above, and below:
Just to review, Vijay and Dennis were male bunnies, named appropriately masculine names, and were allowed to hang out, like friends do. Platonic. See the above pictured hutch, and its distinct lack of any barrier between the two bunnies' quarters.
I'll bet you can guess the sex ratio of the two yet-to-be-named bunnies living in the second greenhouse even as I type these words, and I'll bet you can guess the restrictions we placed on their movements within the hutch.
That's right. The results are pictured below.
I'm told there are three other bunnies hidden in the hutch that look similar to the strange puff ball above, but I wasn't about to go searching for them after the horror story related to me this morning about baby bunnies spilling all over the place and the subsequent screeching as Helene and Eileen scrambled to keep them from falling from the hutch.
I think it goes without saying that if you're out there and are ready to give a bunny or two a good home, please contact us. We have too many bunnies.
And please, if you select more than one, take the naming and separation of your new pets seriously.