Up above is the oldest picture of Cinnamon I have on my computer, from October 2000, I believe, when we had just gotten our first digital camera. We were still working on the camera technique. I can't remember how long we'd had Cinnamon at this point, but Sharon tells me she's now around thirteen years old, which, as you probably know, is remarkably old for a rabbit.
She's still very active for a rabbit her age, still gets into mischief, but she's definitely showing her age, moving a little slower, hunkering down more.
That being the case, Sharon and I have decided to take her out of the spotlight. When she's relaxing outside the bunny room, we don't want to annoy her with a camera flash, and winter being winter in Minnesota, we're not taking her outside until spring is in full bloom.
So, we're going to focus on giving her lots of love and treats. But we wanted to say, again, thank you to everyone who's supported this site with your affection for our silly rabbits. Rabbits may "frown" because of the way their mouth is shaped, but I know that when Sharon first saw Cinnamon at the animal shelter we adopted her from, we recognized there was something special about her.
And she's rattling her food bowl now. Time for some pumpkin, I think.