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Hey everyone! I was just wondering about when it's a good time to let your bun be free range 100% of the time, even if you aren't home. Hazel is nearly perfect at using her litterbox (and just think, a month ago I was tearing my hair out before she was spayed!!!), and doesn't really get into anything when she's out, which is when I am home (including nights). Do you think it's ok that I let her be out constantly, even if I'm not home? There isn't anything she could get into, and she doesn't really chew or dig the carpet now that she's allowed out most of the time. I tried letting her be out all day today while I was at school, and everything was perfectly fine when I got home. Do you think that I should just continue and see how it goes? She's such a good girl and I know how much she likes to be out; I don't see a problem, but I just thought I would ask!
Posted By emkvet on 11/28/2011 09:52 PM
She's such an amazing little thing - the other day I was napping on the couch and woke up to her climbing on my chest, licking my nose! Adorable. I'm in bunny love.
Awhhhh bunnies are such awesome pets.