Flatpac turns 3 in March and I am very conflicted about whether or not she needs a boyfriend. There comes a time in every furmothers life when she needs to sit down and mull this one over. Do they need a companion? Am I enough companionship for her? Lately, I have thought that I am not. There are many pros to this decision and some cons as well. Tyler doesn’t like the idea of nearly being out numbered by furry critters but I am at peace with it.
Before I go on, Flatpac was not the original fur baby of the house, she was indeed the second. I adopted Flatpac to be a companion for my little India who was a New Zealand white. However, India only wanted to hump Flatpacs face and rip her bum fur out. India developed a horrible tumor when she was about 6 months old and so off we went to the rabbit specialist in North Sydney. David Vella is pretty amazing FYI if you are looking for a rabbit vet in Sydney. India recovered well after her surgery, even if she did try and eat her own stitches out. A friend of the families little boy fell head over heels in love with India and Indy felt the same way, so I parted with her. Cried for a week straight and Flatpac has been number 1 ever since. This photo was taken on the only ocassion that they tolerated each other.