Lilly the dwarf and her partner lived in an open flat with a very animal-loving lady until Lilly's older partner died. Balu was acquired so that Lilly did not have to live alone, because a life in pairs is also nicer for animals.
The journey of Lilly and Balu
Lilly had been taken over by another family and Balu came to the animal-loving lady from a pet shop. He looked a little sad from his cage. Balu also had a severe cold and she felt a great need to save the dwarf rabbit, so to speak. One-and-a-half-year-old Lilly and one-year-old Balu were neutered and rabbit life was just lovely.
Sometimes animals have to give way
There was a baby on the way in the family, and when the baby was born, it soon turned out that he or she was allergic to animal hair. If you are an animal-loving person and your own child unfortunately reacts hypersensitively to animal hair, you are at first perplexed and sad. Unfortunately, the solution was that the dwarf rabbits Lilly and Balu needed a new home. Under no circumstances should they end up as snake food.
The young mother was at her wits' end. She loved her baby, of course, but also the dwarf rabbits. Both had grown so close to her heart in the meantime, as if they were her own "children". Balu and Lilly love to cuddle, to be stroked, to hop happily around the flat, but: they were endangering the baby's health. Where should the two pretty dwarf rabbits go now? The search should end happily.
Gut Aiderbichl as new
The two beautiful dwarf rabbits quickly made friends with the rabbits in the Aiderbichl rabbit house. Balu is also a handsome one, but Lilly made it clear from the start that he is her sole partner. The hierarchy was clear, all of them get along splendidly and hop around happily and contentedly in the rabbit house. In a few months, they will all be able to go into the rabbit enclosure and enjoy the first warm rays of spring sunshine. There are many hiding places, houses and bushes in the enclosure where the rabbits like to take shelter.
All's well that ends well
The great love for Lilly and Balu was somewhat clouded by her own little daughter's allergy to animal hair, but her love for the animals made the young woman contact Gut Aiderbichl. She is probably of the same opinion as Dieter Ehrengruber: "Can't do it? No way!
Lilly and Balu have some beautiful, carefree years ahead of them and their happy hopping in the rabbit hutch says: "It was the right way".