At 10 months,
Marcy is being held under her arms for this picture. She's a "big"
rabbit now. My wrist and forearm does appear in the picture for comparison.
Although her paws are outstretched, Marcy is not praying - it's merely a result
f having my fingers in her armpits.
Marcy seems to have lost her
characteristic white forehead stripe as she's grown up. Technically, it's
still there, but since it was only about 4 hairs wide and her head is much
larger now, one can no longer see it at a distance.
Marcy is pictured, after wreaking some havoc in her area. She likes to make a
mess of things. However, she has fun doing that, as indicated by the presence
of two of her favorite toys, a ball with a bell in it and a paper towel roll
remnant, plus her spilled pellets pictured in the lower right corner.
Marcy has approached and captured a paper towel roller. Watch out!
targeted paper towel roller is brought closer and readied for destruction by the
having entered "Full Minion Mode," Marcy is pictured on her side
attacking what is left of the paper towel roll. She has this behavior which
results in a fur-flying fit of violence where she uses her back feet to tear
anything she is holding with her teeth and front paws to shreds. Occasionally,
she does this when I'm holding her. I'm not hurt because I can react in time,
but sometimes, she lets loose with a significant amount of fur flying off of
her. I believe that this is loose fur she would otherwise be shedding anyway.