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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > THE LOUNGE > OMG I've never been so scared!!!
Last Post by AndHenry at 3/04/2014 2:35 PM (6 Replies)
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User is Offline kcomstoc
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3/03/2014 1:57 PM

So while I had the bunnies out I was watching TV which is normally not a problem because I usually keep an eye on them at the same time. Well we have these couches that have feet so it's lifted up a little bit.First off the space is like 5 inches wide and second we blocked it all off with clothes except for this one spot where we usually put the litter box.


 Well the litterbox was slightly too far away from the couch and some how both Caleb and Gamgee got underneath, I can understand how Caleb got underneath he's smaller, but Gamgee fit (he's like 5 pounds heavier) so I was really shocked. Also we hide a power cord underneath so I was super worried about him biting it. I got Caleb out he's easy, trying to get Gamgee out was another story. He just would not come out so I pulled the couch out after awhile so I could at least unplug the cord and he luckily scrambled out and I got him. 


He freaked out and scratched me and he was trying to bite me. But I was so happy he was safe I didn't even notice until now lol, but I put them back just because I think they needed a break and I needed one too.


User is Offline Megabunny
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3/03/2014 2:16 PM
Yikes! Always something isn't it?
So many rabbits...so little time.

User is Offline kcomstoc
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3/03/2014 2:32 PM
yea they've been trouble makers all day but this was the icing on the ok-it's-time-to-go-back-into-the-cages cake

User is Offline AndHenry
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3/03/2014 3:57 PM
They are getting you in practice for when you have kids, lol! Cheers kcomstoc.

User is Offline kcomstoc
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3/03/2014 4:05 PM
Having REAL children is not in my planned future....ever lol fluffy animal children that I still recognized as animals but very important to me YES lol I only make sure you know I don't think of animals as children or fur babies

User is Offline Hazel
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3/04/2014 4:08 AM
Posted By kcomstoc on 3/03/2014 7:05 PM
Having REAL children is not in my planned future....ever lol fluffy animal children that I still recognized as animals but very important to me YES lol I only make sure you know I don't think of animals as children or fur babies
Same here. Locking up your fur babies in a cage if they annoy you won't get you put in prison! Can't do that with real kids. Spaying/neutering to circumvent the teenage phase would probably be frowned upon, too...

"You ain't buna fide!"

User is Offline AndHenry
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3/04/2014 2:35 PM
Ha ha ha ha Hazel! Is that why I love my 'fur baby' better than my human babies????? LOL!

And I have to chuckle (at me) kcomstoc - I can't help but see Henry as my 'fur baby', cause a lot of his behaviours are like when my kid's were babies.....
He naps through the day like a baby, keeps me awake through the night/EARLY morning, he makes it quite clear when he is hungry for his veg, and I am often looking for toy's for him to play with/keep him amused - I am currently trying to find plastic 'baby' keys as a few BBer's have said their buns love them! LOL! Oh, and this bunny is costing me a fortune, just like my kids did - DAM! Yep, the laugh is on me..... ha ha ha ha! Cheers.

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