pixiv: bunnelby

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khorale  asked:

I'm the person asking about the rabbit-pet pokemon for my sister. My sister likes rabbits but since she's always got so much energy, she's looking for pets she could actually play with, so normal rabbits won't do for her. We are trying to decide between bunnelby, buneary, or whismur. I hope you can help provide the pros and cons for getting any of these pokemon!

You know your sister and your situation better than I do, so I’ll just list pros and cons. They should help guide your decision.

Bunnelby:

 -Pros: calm, robust, social, easy to train.

 -Cons: not always playful, tend to destroy yards with digging, destructive when bored.

Buneary:

 -Pros: cuddly, adaptive to different environments (urban, suburban, rural, etc.), very playful.

 -Cons: delicate, needs regular grooming, stubborn in social training.

Whismur:

 -Pros: very tough, easy to feed, good guard Pokémon.

 -Cons: does not like being handled, anxious in group settings, very difficult to train.

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#659.5 - As Bunnelby age, their large, shovel-like ear develop faster than their limbs, eventually becoming as dexterous as their hands, though much stronger. They sleep or lounge most of the day in complex underground tunnel systems, which they spend all their energy expertly expanding. Their passion for excavation has made even wild Bunnelby a common sight helping at construction sites.

Named: Bunnelby - Burrowsby - Diggersby

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