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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HOUSE RABBIT Q & A > Want to convince the hubby to take in other bun
Last Post by poopy at 6/27/2007 11:00 AM (6 Replies)
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User is Offline skunklionshow
City of Brotherly "Shove"
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6/19/2007 9:31 AM

I am leaving my full-time teaching position on Sept. 1st.  Our program currently has 3 bunnies, mini-rex, English spotted, and a lionhead.  Whereas the program has agreed to keep on the bunnies...its just not the same w/o me being in charge of their care.  Anyway, I was really thinking about convincing my hubby that we should keep the lionhead w/ Jessica. 

They both get along (atleast when Jess was at the program) and I really love the lionhead.  I know that he's going to be concerned about our space situation.  We have a 2.5 bedroom apartment w/ 4 cats, 2 (yes we rescued a leopard gecko recently) geckos, and Jessica.  I would just love to provide an excellent forever home to him. 

Any suggestions on convincing my hubby????

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Ghandi


User is Offline BunMumTiff
Brampton Ontario
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6/19/2007 4:32 PM
hehe well I am no help really as I was talkin with ubergoober one day and saw Oreo at the Shelter and I went thee without even saying anything and brought him home LOL needless to say he was here when he got home from work and was a little shocked. As for space I have a two bedroom apartment. 2 bunnies now and a 11 month odl and we do very well
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User is Offline lilmizzsnickerz
belfast northern ireland
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6/19/2007 5:24 PM
i wud just bring it home my freind whos with me right now just told me that she was at a pet store and saw her rabbits (she went to the pet store for guinea pig food) and she saw the rabbits as she pasted and wanted the grey one she said it was watching her she knew her bf would say no so she started to cry cuz she felt srry for the rabbit and he went and got it for her just to stop her crying isnt that sweet
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User is Offline BB
San Francisco Area
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6/19/2007 7:07 PM
My first bunny i discussed with him. We didn't have room for a dog, and he is allergic to cats, so I started thinking about rabbits. I began to research, asked around, and then together we went to pick out a rabbit. Then, we both thought it would be a good idea to get him a buddy.

And then the third bunny.....well, I was sneaky, and I too just went and got her. I hadn't meaned too, but when I saw her at the shelter, and she was so skinny, and I was told she was a neglect case, i couldn't refuse just visiting. But there was such a friendly bond between us right away, so I just adopted her then and there.

Needless to say, when my husband walked in to find a third bunny in the mix, he took a huge disappointed sigh. I scrunched up my face in the "uh oh" look, and he said....'what did you go and do? HONEY!!" But then he shlumped down, looking all defeated, and I promised it would be okay. I doubt I would ever do that again, cuz my husband's a good guy, and I hated to see his sad face, like he was thinking, "oh god, is my wife turning into one of those bunny nut cases?...I'm doomed."

User is Offline ubergoober
Brampton, ON Canada
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6/20/2007 4:13 AM
I am having that problem too...I told him that as soon as Miffy is fixed that I would like to get another and try bonding. He was not overly enthusiastic but I know if I got one from the rescue he would concede and just go with the flow lol
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User is Offline MooBunnay
Dallas, Texas (Allen)
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6/20/2007 1:55 PM
I think that adding a bunny in with a single bunny is not that much different than having two bunnies. Other than the bonding period (which can be long depending on the pair) you only have one litter box, one food dish, one everything since they share. I think the BIG change comes when you add a third bunny if the bunny is not bonded to the other two. When I got Kramer (Juli's Hus-bun) it was not a big difference between having him and juli and just having Juli. When I got Raymond however, things got more complicated since I now have two separate cages, and they have separate exercise times etc.

User is Offline poopy
Orange County, CA
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6/27/2007 11:00 AM
If you think getting another bunny (even if he consents) will cause problems in your relationship, don't do it. That's the main thing.
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