Right now I only have Holland Lop and Velveteen Lop, but I’ve got other lops in the making, and, some time in the future, other ARBA breeds.
ANYWAY, IF YOU WANT A KEYCHAIN
While you were playing with toys Dolly was being the cutest fucking thing ever seen
Help I was viciously attacked by a wild animal
Shh, don’t dusturb-
I gave Lops and Fabio some little touchups the other night
Hes good, he swears
November 9, 2017
November 9, 2017
The whole adaptive column of the ISFP (mbti-notes.tumblr.com/variations) describes Lops quite well:
Jacob’s gentle care, protection and nurture of him appealed to Lops’ Fi and Se. It’s like Jacob validated his Fi. He tends to be independent without Jacob or Mimi to protect. He’d roam and explore wherever life leads him, so to speak. But because Jacob and Mimi are his charges, he doesn’t roam far from them, preferring to stay close at hand in case one of them needs him. He’s not resentful of this as he feels protective and responsible for them. He’s pretty easygoing and gentle.
“ISFPs do not develop any lasting and persistent assertiveness or aggression until they find something to believe in, that is, until they have consolidated their set of personal values. … Once ISFPs find something to believe in, they become “true believers”, proselytizers and champions of the cause, highly motivated to change the standards of the world to fit perfectly with their personal moral vision (Fi-Ni)” (mbti-notes)
Very applicable to Lops. He is a Syaoran-like figure because he has a strong moral code (to alleviate suffering and defend dignity), and he is highly motivated to defend that.
Without Jacob, Lops doesn’t feel as fulfilled and content. With Jacob and Mimi, his Ni/Te are engaged, he has a purpose, he has a place to belong to, he has a home. He’d be fine in an AU with no Jacob (assuming something helped him out when he was a scared Eevee), and he would roam the world and go where life leads him, find a partner to settle down with and have a child with, gentle and adaptable and drawn to open spaces and horizons, but he doesn’t grow as much, he isn’t challenged as much, he doesn’t have as firm and fulfilling a purpose. He doesn’t become responsible, assertive, purposeful. At first glance, it looks like Jacob ‘ties him down’ and makes him serious, but in actual fact, he is content, fulfilled, challenged, and he grows.
Jacob nurtured him, and now he nurtures Mimi.
English lop/Dwarf lop, 6 weeks old
4 weeks old
English lop/Dwarf lop
One of my better moments today… #9wood #golf #lops #azusagreens (at Azusa Greens Country Club)
Love my siamese dwarf lops!
The buck at the top is imported from Denmark. Handsome guy!