Lavender is a large half lopped white doe with grey points. She was a stray and came to us in appalling condition with her ears caked in pus from infections inside them, her body just skin stretched over a skeleton, one of the thinnest rabbits we have ever taken in. Within a couple of days her ears were healing and she was putting on weight. She loves her run and is lively and active and eats and eats and eats and digs and digs and digs. When she first arrived she put on over a kilogram in a month and has the most gorgeous coat and mane. She is stunning, so diferent from the emaciated starving tattered diseased waif we took in. Unfortunately at one point she developed severe gut problems and diarrhoea and we nearly lost her. She lost a lot of weight and was not quite right for ages. We were worried about how attracted the flies would be to her in the warmer weather but she recovered and is fat and healthy again.

She lived with Aniseed for ages and then was rebonded to Oleander after Aniseed died. She is a fidget and is constantly busy digging and pushing the soil about. She has developed an extensive warren and we fight a constant battle with her to keep the access to her hutch from being buried so we can open the gate.