"She is literally a princess," Rombeiro says. "She cannot be bothered when she does not want to be bothered."
But one thing that does bother Nene are the trips, every two weeks, to the veterinarian to have her teeth trimmed.
"It's very stressful," Rombeiro says. "Rabbits are animals of prey and very stressed creatures."
A rabbit's teeth never stop growing, but normally they file themselves down through eating and gnawing. Because of the particular angle of Nene's teeth, however, that doesn't happen.
If not for a visit to the veterinarian, Rombeiro says Nene's crooked teeth "would never stop growing and they would block her from being able to eat her food. Almost like a rhino but having a horn on his chin."
With the help of a veterinarian who makes every effort to make her comfortable, Nene only feels the slightest pinch of stress during her tooth-trimming sessions.
And then it's back home for some serious de-stressing.