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I figure I better ask this before I NEED to know. Tonight I was giving the bunnies their salads and Schroeder jumped out of his NIC pen. He has come close before and only ever at feeding time- he use to jump and hang, then drop back down. But he clearly jumped out- and I had to let him BACK in so he could eat his salad.
I might have to replace his pen with a X Pen- what height do you use and have had luck with?
He gets so excited at pellet and salad time- that is the only time EVER that he jumps like that- it is as if we can't deliver his food fast enough to suit him!
We have the pen 3 cubes high now and that seems to work. Griffin can clear 2 cubes from a sitting position- we saw him do it yesterday and it was surprising to say the least. He was looking at the divider and just jumped over it- no warning.