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RE: September Chat! - AndHenry 9/21/2014 3:34 PM
I don't think it matters BM, just something soft and cuddly. I tried that with Henry before he was neutered, he wasn't interested - he decided making Sam (old dog) his girlfriend was way better. Shame she didn't want a horny bunny as her boyfriend??? HUH? Lol! Hope your ALL doing ok BM? Well, today is Monday! I'm ready...
RE: September Chat! - BrunosMama 9/21/2014 3:24 PM
This is going to sound silly. If you give your bunny a stuffie friend, does it have to be a bunny stuffie? Or just be small and cuddly? I can't find the one I wanted to give Obie in the mountain of boxes, but I have others....
Bunny piddles on my husband! - Lady Earl 9/21/2014 3:11 PM
About three weeks ago, I went to a breeder to pick out a rabbit, and my husband and I fell in love with a little month-old blue holland-rex-lionhead mix.  We named him Minion, and he spent all of three hours settling into his new home before he started binkying and doing his happy drama flops.  Minion is very heal...
RE: Automatic waterers - how often do they need to be changed? - Major BullMoose 9/21/2014 3:05 PM
I have a diy one with a 2 liter bottle for the barrel. With three rabbits drinking out of it, I rinse and refill it around twice a week. When it gets grungy I just replace it with a new bottle, which is about once a month for my buns....
RE: Bunny acting weird - JackRabbit 9/21/2014 2:58 PM
I would keep taking him out for some exercise time. As long as he's eating, drinking, and pooping, he may just be a little scared because it's a new area. If the tile is slippery, put down some towels or throw rugs to give him some traction so he can run around. Bunnies need exercise time to stretch their legs and keep t...
Bunny acting weird - Kirsty 9/21/2014 2:31 PM
A couple months ago my bunny got ringworm on his ear and since then it spread to his other ear and now to his neck. His ears look good now, but his neck now has a balding red spot.... I took him to the vet and was given topical and oral medication to give him. For the first few weeks I could not get him to take his oral med...
RE: new/first time owner, a few questions - Megabunny 9/21/2014 2:28 PM
FLR: I gave my rabbits Papaya pills for 20 years thinking I was helping them, but someone fairly recently on here, like a FL, I think, burst my bubble and told me they have found the level of enzyme in the human pills isn't anywhere near that of a rabbit's stomach pH and so our papaya strength does nothing. I still like th...
RE: howdy - funny-looking-rabbit 9/21/2014 1:34 PM
Welcome to the forum and to the world of bunnies! Pictures please!...
RE: Buns gone wild -need help - funny-looking-rabbit 9/21/2014 1:32 PM
As LPT suggested, a litterbox screen (like these here) would be a good option. Another good thing you could try is velcro strips - you can find these at any hardware store. They tend to keep the litterboxes firmly on the ground....
RE: Not making much progress.... - LBJ10 9/21/2014 1:03 PM
I didn't see any aggression in the video. Winston is the white one? He was grooming her normally and the "nip" at the end looked more like a nibble that bunnies (and cats and dogs) do when grooming. Mine do it to themselves and each other all the time. I don't know if it is to loosen something or to scratch an itchy spot. W...
RE: Hello - LittlePuffyTail 9/21/2014 12:59 PM
Welcome Back to BB!!!...
RE: What is my rabbit's coat color? - LittlePuffyTail 9/21/2014 12:58 PM
Not sure about the coat colour, but what a complete doll!!!!!!...
RE: Grumpy Bunny! - LittlePuffyTail 9/21/2014 12:56 PM
How is your bunny acting now?...
RE: Hello - kirstyol 9/21/2014 12:55 PM
Hey, I am from Scotland too! Your bunny is beautiful. My bunny doesn't snuggle that often either, but its lovely when he does....
RE: Buns gone wild -need help - LittlePuffyTail 9/21/2014 12:54 PM
Have you tried a litter box screen?...
RE: Bunny date gone wrong - LBJ10 9/21/2014 12:52 PM
Humping is a part of the bonding process. Just because he was humping her does not mean they are unbondable. It would definitely require some extra effort though. It sounds like he is a very dominant bunny. So if you want to try a different potential friend, I would see if you can find a submissive yet tolerant bunny. One t...
RE: Just recently moved, bunny seems scared. :( - LittlePuffyTail 9/21/2014 12:52 PM
It's normal for bunnies to feel nervous in a new place. I would just give him some time but keep an eye on his appetite and poops....
RE: cage of doom - funny-looking-rabbit 9/21/2014 12:52 PM
Posted By newbunkramer14 on 9/21/2014 1:50 PM The girl who had her before me said she's been inside her whole life and I also have her inside. I haven't found a vet close enough to me to schedule a spay. A vet down the road only does neuters. She said bunnies don't do well under anaesthesia. So I'm still searching on tha...
RE: What is my rabbit's coat color? - LBJ10 9/21/2014 12:48 PM
Whoops, I meant she when I wrote that. I changed it....
RE: Total noob here! - kirstyol 9/21/2014 12:48 PM
your cat reacts to your bunny exactly the same way my hamster reacts to my bunny. Bramble (the bunny) is really interested in Freddie (the hamster) and will always try and sniff him or play with him in some way. Freddie I think just doesn't understand what on earth Bramble is and why he wants to play with him so he tends to...

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