Fed Up & Burnt Out

This is something Holland Lop breeders go through occassionally. It is a type of depression most Holland Lop breeders go through once in a while. I just can’t believe it but basically this is what Holland Lops can do to a perfectly sane person over time.

I woke up this morning wanting to get rid of all my rabbits. I figured that I could make better use of the space where they are kept and it saves me tons of trouble, heartaches and everything in between.

Right now, my exact thoughts are that I am quite far from where I have started off but the future is too far ahead. I just can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel. I believe if I quit now, at least I could have some damage control in place instead of continuing the journey that eats me up slowly but surely.

This may just be a phase but I am not too sure about it. Afterall, this is my blog and I share whatever that goes through my head at this very moment. Anyone interested in rabbits, email me and offer me your best price. Let’s see how much my rabbits are worth to you.

Oh no, I could imagine the number of hits to this blog will skyrocket right about now….



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10 responses to “Fed Up & Burnt Out

  1. It’s not about the destination. You gotta enjoy the journey. If a hobby brings more joy than sorrow, perhaps it’s worth having. Question for yourself is does setback overshadow all else?
    Life cannot be just about working and pay bills. You must have a hobby. Will you have other passion to replace this hobby?
    I ask myself these questions. Time & again I keep my Holland Lops.

    • WOW Keat, that’s the best piece of advice that I have ever gotten. What will ever happen to me without great bunny friends like you! Thank you. I’ll go back and clean their dirty litter trays and pan with a glee….

      • J&J

        🙂 I am glad Keat put u back on track. I am one of those lucky ones that got a rabbit from u. I just wanna let u know, the joy that Noobie brought to our family is immeasurable.

        Ethical breeder is not that many and u are the only one that I’ve come across that absorb all off the risk of spaying/neutering to prevent overpopulation of bunnies…. that is one of the coolest thing I’ve ever seen! 🙂

        Keep up the good work!

      • thanks J&J, really glad that Noobie is enjoying her life with you both now. One of the things that I really look forward to in this hobby. Also one that I always forget. It has been really tough this year.

  2. We agreed with keat.:) Go back and clean their cages bro. They are waiting for their daddy to come back everyday with smile. wink:wink:

  3. lazybunnys

    hahaha… hai Tim… and yes if you quit now then how to find a good friend like Bunny Friends you have now. Just sit back, relex and enjoy the good moment specialy cleaning the poops and pee… hehehe.. we love you and your pasion..

  4. Susie

    My heart goes to you and your feelings, I’ve completely been burnt out before, not only through just rabbits through the people too(you understand). Being a kid and understanding and not understanding made it so much worse, confusion can get the best of you when bad comes upon your day. I hope that things get better for you. And if there is anything I can do, please let me know. I’m glad you blog about these things. I think keeping it to yourself can make matters so much worse and making you feel more alone, you are not.

    Your friends above have made some very good points. The bunnies are like my children and through the tough times I think they feel for me, and usually tend to cheer me up. If they can’t I think it hurts them more. They only try.

    Love you much and hope you start feeling better soon.

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