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I left Rory alone for twenty minutes earlier, and when I came back he had ripped out a huge section from the middle cushion of our sofa and I cannot find the corresponding bit anywhere! I'm really concerned as he has done this before and eaten bits of cardboard boxes. He is eating hay and drinking water normally. Should I be concerned?
Just keep an eye on him but I would not get overly stressed.
I suspect mine are part goat
I just came back to find his litter box completely swimming in pee, the carefresh he had down had already absorbed all it could and was just floating in rabbit pee (lovely!). A little bit of me is panicking but I'm hoping it's because I'm a new at raising buns!