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Last Post by Frappie's Mom at 1/20/2008 8:30 AM (29 Replies)
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User is Offline Spacehopper
Buckinhamshire - UK
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9/11/2007 11:07 PM
That is a technique that works with or without the want for the rabbit to be interested. Our home phone hasn't worked for over a month now, so we got a new one which arrived Monday. But we still couldn't figure out why we were getting no dial tone, just thought the phone must be old, as we inherited the grotty old thing from. Plugging the new one in, I pulled on the old cable behind the sofa and it all became clear. SOMEHOW, SOMEWHEN the Weeny Bean (Brian is too big) had snuck into the living room undetected and got behind the sofa and chewed the phone (you'd think I would have thought of this as first point of thought after Brian had been holidaying at his grandparents whilst we were away, and chewed through their phone cable!)

I think the two of them have now made all the necessary remodelling to their home as bedtime is decidedly a LOT quieter!

Rabbits are hilarious in their antics and certainly have a mind of their own!!!!!! "and spends the day in the wicker chaise lounge!" I can picture her now, with a scantily attired male bun stood fanning her with a cabbage leaf whilst she lounges back, watching the world go by, being fed grapes & telling her history of the days when she was oppressed. Viva la Revolution!


Never regret anything that once made you smile! :-)

User is Offline Spacehopper
Buckinhamshire - UK
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9/21/2007 8:06 PM

I think it's time for a new house!!


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Never regret anything that once made you smile! :-)

User is Offline BB
San Francisco Area
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9/21/2007 8:13 PM
HAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAA!!!!!!



User is Offline Scarlet_Rose
Colorado
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10/04/2007 1:41 PM

 Well now you know, no dial tone, the bunny got it!




User is Offline Ash
Palm Bay, Florida
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12/27/2007 6:07 AM

Mr.B and Roxy loves their boxes!!

For Mr.B, we closed one end and left the other open, then cut 2 holes one on each side, we've put shredded papper in it but he just shoves it out. He'll dig,scratch, chew and loung in the box. He also has a long skinnier tunnel like box too.

Roxy has a smaller box, perfect for her size. We folded each end closed and cut a "her size" hole in 3 of 4 sides and shoved shredded papper in it, she loves it!

 



"The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way it's animals are treated"-Gandhi

User is Offline Kokaneeandkahlua
Edmonton, Alberta; Canada
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12/27/2007 7:00 AM
LOL! Cute pictures!!!

My bunnies snub EVERYTHING for the first couple days! It's so sad, I get so excited about their new present and they could care less! I'd replaced their cardboard condo (my bf said the old one was 'ghetto looking' and he wanted it thrown out, so I made a new one). The new one took me hours as I carefully put it together to be nice looking...It was a double wide three story bunny condo with LOTS of little windows for light and three exits in every section...And they just ignored it!!! *sigh* I eventually filled it with treats and moved their bed and put it there-Then they HAD to pay attention to it!


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User is Offline wendyzski
Chicago, IL
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12/27/2007 10:13 AM

I purposely cut the holes a little too small and leave the flaps attached - it means more things to customize and chew!  And I tossed in an old rug for her to bunch and arrange.

 




User is Offline Lisa_43
Perth Western Australia
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12/27/2007 6:42 PM

I love it! Spacehopper he is just making more air flow through the box LOL




User is Offline Frappie's Mom
Ohio
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1/20/2008 8:02 AM
i have a feeling that bunnies are more interested in things they're NOT allowed to play with, LOL.
my frap loved the little BuildaBear box, it looks like a little house, and she would lay in it and look out the door. she's probably too big now for one.




User is Offline Frappie's Mom
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1/20/2008 8:30 AM



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