Thursday Thirteen! – Paige Tyler – New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

Thursday Thirteen!

Thirteen Breeds of Rabbits! Too cute!

1. American Fuzzy Lop

2. American Sable

3. American

4. Angora

5. Californian

6. Champagne Argente

7. Checkered Giant
8. Chinchilla

9. Dutch

10. English Lop

11. Flemish Giant
12. French Lop 13. Holland LopLinks to other Thursday Thirteens!(Leave your link when you comment, and I’ll add you here!*hugs*

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  2. Elle Fredrix
  3. Heather
  4. Kissa Starling
  5. Jennifer McKenzie
  6. Gwen Hayes
  7. Debbie Mumford
  8. Bonnnie Rose Leigh
  9. Rhonda Stapleton
  10. Robin Rotham
  11. Ember Case
  12. The Novelty Girls
  13. Amelia June
  14. Michelle Pillow
  15. Seeley Deborn
  16. LA Day
  17. Adelle Laudan
  18. Shelley Munro
  19. Kris Yankee
  20. Moondancer
  21. Savannah Chase
  22. Tara Nichols
  23. Yuriko
  24. Alessia Brio
  25. Kate Willoughby
  26. Kaige
  27. Xakara
  28. Jane Jones
  29. Pamela
  30. Alice Audrey
  31. Gina Ardito
  32. Lisa Andel
  33. Kathleen Oxley
  34. Gwen Mitchell
  35. Chloe Devlin

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pat says March 20, 2008

Hi Paige,
What a great list. The bunnies are so cute. Just makes you want to run to the pet shop and pick one up. Notice I didn’t say take one home. LOL
Happy Easter! Did you notice I found a Tigger to wish you a happy holiday too. Check your myspace, but I don’t understand why he elongated. #12 The French Lop is so cute.

~HeAtHeR says March 20, 2008

Awwww!! I love the lops…they are so cute!! Great TT girl!!

Jennifer McKenzie says March 20, 2008

Awwwww. The Angora and the English Flop were so cute.
And Happy Easter, Paige!!!!

Ms Menozzi says March 20, 2008

BUNNY!!! I love the bunnies!

Great TT! I’ve got a huge case of the warm fuzzies, now…

Thanks for posting those – they’re adorable!


Alice Audrey says March 20, 2008

Which do you like the best? I think I like the English Lop.

Jennifer Shirk says March 20, 2008

Too cute!! Something about that big-eared lop one I just love. 🙂

Tempest Knight says March 20, 2008

OMG! That #9 looks sooo adorable!!! I wanna hug it and squeeze it and kiss it. Hahaha!

Kaige says March 20, 2008

Awww… so cute. Can’t let my daughter see these… She’s been wanting a rabbit for a pet for a while now. Not like the ones in the yard are enough. Nooo…

Happy TT!

Gina Ardito says March 20, 2008

Between you and Ms. Menozzi’s lolcats, I’m all warm and fuzzy now. Awwww…

Adelle says March 20, 2008

Awwww, too cute! We have wild rabbits on our front lawn all the time. Happy T13!

Susan Helene Gottfried says March 20, 2008

I never knew there were so many different breeds, but I suppose I’m not surprised.

Shelley Munro says March 20, 2008

Very cute!

Chloe Devlin says March 20, 2008

Wow, I never knew there were so many different kinds of bunnies. I always just thought bunny rabbit.

Very cute pics!


Julia Smith says March 21, 2008

Love the American Sable and Champagne Argente best. What a great idea for an Easter T13! They were all adorable, really.

myrtle beached whale says March 21, 2008

I never dreamed there were that many types of rabbits. Must have driven Noah nuts. Please add me to your blogroll.

Tawny Taylor says March 21, 2008

Awwww! So cute! And perfect for Easter.

Unhinged says March 21, 2008

Ohmigarsh! Bunnies! I never knew there were so many kinds. I knew about the sable (but didn’t know what it was called) and the English Lop, but not the Holland Lop. How adorable is the Holland Lop? Ohmigarsh!

Are you sure you didn’t make up the Angora? Are you pulling our legs?

Lynnsplanet says March 21, 2008

Oh, Paige,

They are so adorable. I absolutely love bunnies.

I have three bunnies who own our living room and are litter trained and all fixed. Faith is four years old – a 10 pound Rhilander/English Spot mix with a bent ear she can make stand up if she wants to – she’s just too cute. Natalie is three years old and weighs 5 pounds, we were told she’s a Neatherland Dwarf, but she looks nothing like a Neatherland, just has the coloring – she’s identical to the American Sable. Adam is two years old and he’s a 8 pound Californian. We call them stackable bunnies because they are three different sizes.


Debbie Mumford says March 21, 2008

Oh! That last one is SO cute!

Happy Easter, Paige!

Stephanie says March 21, 2008

OMG how cuuuuuuuuuute!!! Great list! Happy Spring!

Sabrina Brayden says March 21, 2008

I’m a sucker for the Angora. Its so fluffy!

Gwen Mitchell says March 22, 2008


Cuteness! *snugglz fuzzy wabbits*

Heather says March 27, 2008

Cute TT! I love bunnies 1 and 3, though 8, 10 and 12 are also kind of cute! Nice Easter tie-in!

paigetyl says April 9, 2008

Pat – LOL! Thanks. I love Tigger and Pooh!

~Heather – Aren’t they adorable?!

Jennifer McK – They’re so cute!

Ms. Menozzi – I so love bunnies, too!

Alice – They’re all so cute!

Jennifer Shirk – I know! LOL!

Tempest – Me, too!

Kaige – LOL!

Gina – LOL!

Adelle – Too cute!

Susan – I know! And there are more! LOL!

Shelley – Totally!

Chloe – Totally!

Julia – Definitely!

Myrtle – LOL!

Tawny – Definitely!

Unhinged – Nope! He’s real! LOL!

Bekki – I love bunnies, too!

Debbie – They are cute, aren’t they?!

Stephanie – Very!

Sabrina – LOL!

Gwen – LOL!

Heather – Thanks!


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