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RE: Free roam bunny - Love4Bunny 9/27/2016 12:41 AM
She might be claiming your bed as her own... I dunno! Personally, I wouldn't leave rabbits to free roam without supervision, lest they get into dangerous mischief or rip the house apart. Can you put levels in your pen to give your rabbit more room? Also, is she spayed?...
RE: September Chat - Vienna Blue in France 9/27/2016 12:00 AM
After 2 yrs of carpet walking, Zou had decided she's not tile-phobic.. Nooooooooooooooooo!!!!! (I found her outside of the kitchen area last night UNbunnyproofed........) I have NO idea what I am going to do now.......
RE: September Chat - Vienna Blue in France 9/26/2016 11:03 PM
GOOD LUCK LBJ...
RE: Lily's Spay/ Recovery Diary - Agouti Lover 9/26/2016 10:43 PM
Hi again, I've dropped lily off at the vet and it's currently 7:39pm on the day before her surgery. I'm going to pick her up tomorrow at 6:30pm hopefully she'll be eating well and regain her appetite quickly. If any of you are wondering what I took to the vet: - hay -pellets -water from home -2 tuppaware containers of...
RE: Biting/ mounting brothers - LongEaredLions 9/26/2016 10:15 PM
It is around this age that rabbits enter the "teenage stage" where they develop hormones that can often cause them to be quite unpredictable. It's generally not a good idea to try to have a bonded pair of bunnies, no matter the sex, for this reason. I would seperate your bunnies until you have the sexes checked an them ne...
RE: Bunny circling my cat?!? - LongEaredLions 9/26/2016 10:11 PM
Is she spayed? Intact bunnies have crazy hormones that not only makes them more destructive they can become frustrated (due to inability to mate), hence the circling your cat. If she isn't spayed, I would get that done-it might fix some of the destructo-bun issues. If not, placing ceramic tiles on the problem areas of the...
RE: New room. - LongEaredLions 9/26/2016 10:07 PM
Silly Olly! And yes, stay away from wires-you don't want to go "bang!"...
RE: Lily's Spay/ Recovery Diary - LongEaredLions 9/26/2016 10:04 PM
You can pack all her favorite foods. Hopefully since she will be at the vet they will monitor her eating closely. Wishing my best for their re-bonding!...
My new bunny is moderately tempered- Should I be concerned? - Barrett 9/26/2016 10:03 PM
Greetings all! Patton has been with our family for a week now. I'm taking stock of his behavior 1 week later and some of the things aren't unfolding quite as I imagined so I thought I would trawl for opinions because I'm not even sure I SHOULD be concerned about anything at this early date. On one hand, I recognize that a...
Free roam bunny - bunnybun 9/26/2016 7:24 PM
Hi! So I've had my bunny Ivy for about a week now. I live in a very small studio apartment so I am letting her be free roam to my bedroom/living room area. She already has the hang of her litter box and never pees or poops on the floor (except the occasional poop)  The problem that I have is that my bed is right in th...
RE: September Chat - LBJ10 9/26/2016 7:11 PM
Man, you guys are killing me here. LOL Well, I will be learning my fate tomorrow. My probation (work probation, not jail probation) will be up here shortly. If my review goes well, I will be official....
RE: September Chat - Q8bunny 9/26/2016 7:06 PM
Jo: I keep forgetting that my likely future province is in a country that cares about stuff like that. Been in the sandpit way too long. Bam: Thanks Vienna: I know! I'm used to being bathed in golden light when I wake up, and now it's dull gray out. So depressing. NOT motivated to shower and go to work. Reading BB w...
RE: Do you think this experiment would be safe? - Q8bunny 9/26/2016 6:59 PM
The Chewster's weight is perfect and hasn't changed. Just the beauty of his poos Either way, I'm happy and he'll be happier I think in terms of continued long-term tum wellness...
RE: Jenny - Q8bunny 9/26/2016 6:57 PM
Pfff... chocolate bunnies......
RE: Chloe and Min - bpash89 9/26/2016 6:49 PM
Thank you both. I know ignoring is a good sign but like... at some point these two gotta interact or we're just at a stalemate! I'll leave them be and see how things play out....
RE: Rabbit straining in litterbox, not peeing - jerseygirl 9/26/2016 6:38 PM
Good to hear he's more himself, Dee. If he's okay being picked up, try putting him on a countertop to give meds. That way he'll have all 4 feet on a solid surface. You'll still need to restrain him a bit to get the meds in, but usually just the head. I normally put hand over the eyes, pulling side of mouth back with my...
RE: New Game!!! Binkybunny Members Quiz! - jerseygirl 9/26/2016 6:24 PM
Haha, be interesting hearing her call the cats in. Sorry BM, that's not it. Though they're probably is a brand called Gypsy. A clue: one is a beer & one is a liqueur....
RE: Happy International Rabbit Day! - jerseygirl 9/26/2016 6:21 PM
Woo! Another excuse to spend money and attention on the fluffbutts!! Happy International Rabbit Day everyone. Thank you for being fellow rabbit lovers. They need you!...
RE: Picky bunnies! How to introduce veggies? - Dadoo158 9/26/2016 6:18 PM
I think you should just keep trying! Every bunny has it's own taste right! I've personally printed out a list of fruits and veggies that bunnies can enjoy and I'm slowly making my way through it and marking off what bunny likes what!...
RE: Can I put my rabbit's exercise pen in my backyard? - LBJ10 9/26/2016 6:02 PM
Probably not a good idea. I see the company uses Termidor. That's fipronil (i.e. Frontline)....
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