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LEADERS: Bam Beka27 BinkyBunny KokaneeandKahlua LBJ10 LittlePuffyTail LongEaredLions RabbitPam
My name's Laura and my little rabbit friend is called Rory (Rory because he's a lionhead and I wanted something lion-y. So Rory seemed appropriate even though he doesn't roar!). He's twelve weeks old and adjusting to being a house rabbit very well. He's very mischievous and likes doing all the naughty things (scratching/chewing carpet, clawing at furniture, eating my books!). He's our first bunny so it's a big learning curve!!
My husband and I have had him for three (almost four!) weeks now and are loving having him around. The only problem we've encountered in the last few days is he has stopped using his litter tray and started using our couch as his litter tray. We've tried putting treats by his litter tray, herding him there when it looks like he wants to go, but he's insistent - any ideas?
We're waiting for him to be neutered as the vet says he isn't heavy enough for the anaesthetic yet (he's only just over 2lbs!) - I feel kind of bad knowing it will be a little painful for him but I think it's best for him (I hope it is!).
Anyway, that's us *waves* - look forward to reading up on bunny care and sharing all of our adventures with you!