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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > What to do with my room? + pix
Last Post by KytKattin at 11/25/2009 3:51 PM (27 Replies)
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User is Offline Kafrn
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10/26/2009 3:06 PM
We were having the same problem with our guinea pigs, they pooed and weed everywhere! So we got them their very own container, like the one in your pic, filled it with straw, a bowl of food, put the water bottle up on the lip of it, and now they wont come out! they are so happy in there, and they just snuggle all day long!!! Harry has come out once for a raisin, but other than that they just stay in there, and its easy to clean too because you just have to tip it out once a day. All the poo stays in there!
Just make sure that the rabbits have a seperate litter tray / hay thingy cause otherwise they chase the guinea pigs out when they want some food.

What weighs 35 tonnes, has four fuzzy ears and is 80 million years old? Two rabbits riding a brontosaurus.

User is Offline hooty22
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10/28/2009 10:11 AM
Sounds to me like the aviary would be a FANTASTIC neutral spot to do bonding. When are you going to begin that process?

User is Offline Kokaneeandkahlua
Edmonton, Alberta; Canada
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10/28/2009 1:52 PM
I know how you feel. Sometimes I'm cleaning my rabbit room, going 'what was I thinking!!! FOUR!?!?! Argg..." But yeh, then I put them back into their nice clean room and see how happy they are with their space and home, and it's worth it

Well I think a lot of the issue is that they are free fed, so she isn't on a timed schedule to poo so we don't know when we should be letting her out, and it doesn't help now that it's fall and everyone is back to school and my mom is a teacher, so she is back to work

For sure; Some puppy training tips-hope you don't mind?

1) Never punish, if caught in the 'act' just scoop him up and take him outside (they'll stop elminating when you pick them up). If you don't catch it until later just clean it up. Make sure to clean any accidents really well. Enzyme cleaner works well to elminate the smell. Punishing will just make them elminate when you aren't there to see it

2) Take the pup out -in the morning, and before bed. After every meal, every drink and every play session and every nap. Also watch for sniffing in corners. (Oh if you go from free-feeding to meals, remember pups should get at least three meals )

3) when pup goes outside, Have a potty-party-treats and LOTS of praise

User is Offline MarkBun
Richmond, CA
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10/29/2009 6:53 AM

My bonding quest with Maryann - Read about a less than easy bonding with two buns - but they did bond!

User is Offline Beka27
Cleveland, Ohio (USA)
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11/01/2009 4:45 AM
What a precious bunny!
Meadow..... Photobucket ...... Max, my angel bunny

User is Offline Space_Cavy
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11/04/2009 6:40 AM
Awwww! Your new bun looks just like my Yuki! She was just as small when I got her and I was being just as impulsive. A friend of a friend was trying to feed her to a snake, but the snake didn't want her. So he said, "you can pay me $20 for her or I'll wait 'till the bigger snake is hungry . . ." How could I say no? I also managed to suck my mother into the cuteness. When I came home with the rabbit, I thought she's be mad, but she was like, "Oh Bunny Foo Foo so cuuuuute! I wanna hold the bunny!!!!!"
Unfortunately, I feel your pain as far as animal stress goes. A freind or mine had a couple of stray black kittens living under her tailer, and we realized things might not go so well for them on Holloween. I agreen to take them "just until November 1st". Yeah right; one of them is still here. They've both been sick, and they throw their litter everywhere plus I have the rabbit and the guinea pig all in one room. The smells were over-whelming. My floor was covered in cat litter and I had this huge useless table in my room plus FOUR cages plus an unused computer and monitor. . . A couple days ago I just snapped. I woke up, stormed dowstairs nearly in tears and said to my family, "If I don't get some help carrying this crap downstairs I'm going to have a nervouse breakdown!" My day was spent moving everything out, scrubbing my floor, and setting up a high-sidded litter box for the remaining cat. I was practically crying with reliefe when I was done.
Oh, yeah; does anyone in Southern California was a beautiful black female cat?

User is Offline Lintini
Bay Area, California
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11/13/2009 9:43 PM
Oh space_cavy that sounds about right! That's EXACTLY how I feel about my room if I don't keep the carpets clean or cages clean. I keep up very well now with the cleaning and I'm much happier! MarkBun LOL!!! I love it!!! Indy was soooo gross!

Hooty! After confirming the sex of Indy being male, I cannot try bonding until everyone is fixed! Before when they were visiting eachother, But wasn't happy about him at all and trampled him, so I know this will be a long process to get her to like him.

User is Offline KytKattin
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11/25/2009 3:51 PM
Posted By Lintini on 11/14/2009 12:43 AM
I know this will be a long process to get her to like him.


You might be suprised what a spay will do for her. After she is done she might really take to him (though he should still be fixed prior to bonding). As for him, well to me personally, he doesn't look like a trouble maker. Best of luck! Even if they never bond, I think rabbits like having other rabbits around them.

Oh, and you probably know this, but I took what Jersey said to heart: A male is still fertile for a little while after his neuter! This is esspecially important for your little bun because she is so much smaller than him.

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