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Free roam bunny - bunnybun 9/26/2016 7:24 PM
Hi! So I've had my bunny Ivy for about a week now. I live in a very small studio apartment so I am letting her be free roam to my bedroom/living room area. She already has the hang of her litter box and never pees or poops on the floor (except the occasional poop)  The problem that I have is that my bed is right in th...
RE: September Chat - LBJ10 9/26/2016 7:11 PM
Man, you guys are killing me here. LOL Well, I will be learning my fate tomorrow. My probation (work probation, not jail probation) will be up here shortly. If my review goes well, I will be official....
RE: September Chat - Q8bunny 9/26/2016 7:06 PM
Jo: I keep forgetting that my likely future province is in a country that cares about stuff like that. Been in the sandpit way too long. Bam: Thanks Vienna: I know! I'm used to being bathed in golden light when I wake up, and now it's dull gray out. So depressing. NOT motivated to shower and go to work. Reading BB w...
RE: Do you think this experiment would be safe? - Q8bunny 9/26/2016 6:59 PM
The Chewster's weight is perfect and hasn't changed. Just the beauty of his poos Either way, I'm happy and he'll be happier I think in terms of continued long-term tum wellness...
RE: Jenny - Q8bunny 9/26/2016 6:57 PM
Pfff... chocolate bunnies......
RE: Chloe and Min - bpash89 9/26/2016 6:49 PM
Thank you both. I know ignoring is a good sign but like... at some point these two gotta interact or we're just at a stalemate! I'll leave them be and see how things play out....
RE: Rabbit straining in litterbox, not peeing - jerseygirl 9/26/2016 6:38 PM
Good to hear he's more himself, Dee. If he's okay being picked up, try putting him on a countertop to give meds. That way he'll have all 4 feet on a solid surface. You'll still need to restrain him a bit to get the meds in, but usually just the head. I normally put hand over the eyes, pulling side of mouth back with my...
RE: New Game!!! Binkybunny Members Quiz! - jerseygirl 9/26/2016 6:24 PM
Haha, be interesting hearing her call the cats in. Sorry BM, that's not it. Though they're probably is a brand called Gypsy. A clue: one is a beer & one is a liqueur....
RE: Happy International Rabbit Day! - jerseygirl 9/26/2016 6:21 PM
Woo! Another excuse to spend money and attention on the fluffbutts!! Happy International Rabbit Day everyone. Thank you for being fellow rabbit lovers. They need you!...
RE: Picky bunnies! How to introduce veggies? - Dadoo158 9/26/2016 6:18 PM
I think you should just keep trying! Every bunny has it's own taste right! I've personally printed out a list of fruits and veggies that bunnies can enjoy and I'm slowly making my way through it and marking off what bunny likes what!...
RE: Can I put my rabbit's exercise pen in my backyard? - LBJ10 9/26/2016 6:02 PM
Probably not a good idea. I see the company uses Termidor. That's fipronil (i.e. Frontline)....
RE: Adventures of Adjusting my New Rabbit to Indoor Life - Candle 9/26/2016 5:52 PM
Ooh! also she did this mysterious teeth chattering thing that had me concerned she needed her teeth looked at but I looked it up and I'm told it's her purring! Yay for happy buns! And not having to make a vet visit!...
RE: Adventures of Adjusting my New Rabbit to Indoor Life - Candle 9/26/2016 5:45 PM
Haha Azerene, don't worry I got the reference And yeah. She tried coming into his room now and he let her until she tried to go in the cage and he got super mad so I kicked her out of the room again. That was yesterday, today I caught her walking in and honking. Before he chased her or anything, she just decided to explor...
Can I put my rabbit's exercise pen in my backyard? - bunnylove 9/26/2016 5:38 PM
Hi! I have a small breed rabbit and was wondering if I could put his exercise pen (it would be covered) in my backyard and let him run around. We live in Florida and we get our grass treated by Wipeout Pests and Termites. Any help would be greatly appreciated! ...
Picky bunnies! How to introduce veggies? - Luxray 9/26/2016 4:58 PM
Daisy and Ruby, my two precious girls, seem to be very picky and particular about their diets. They've been eating Oxbow hay and premium pellets (that are apparently made locally in my state), their poops are good and everything, but they will not touch vegetables or fruit!  They are both around 8-9 months old. We (bo...
RE: Bunny only eating cilantro after getting neutered - Cookie and Cream 9/26/2016 4:16 PM
thanks for your advice you guys Thankfully after one pellet mash feeding it surely did act as a kick start, Creams poops are regular and he's eating pellets and hay just like his brother!...
RE: Happy International Rabbit Day! - BubblesJo 9/26/2016 4:10 PM
Happy rabbit day! I wanna cuddle all the bunnies in the fluffle...
RE: September Chat - BubblesJo 9/26/2016 4:08 PM
Yeah, Canadian cheese is so mild! The Quebec stuff is quite yummy, just not as flavourful I guess. Speculaas!!! They have it in Germany too. My bf gets them in care packages from his family. So good! I really like them I was raised with a ridiculous amount of pastries, Portugal is also a little crazy about them. H...
RE: Naughty things your bunnies did (CHAT) - Benthebunny 9/26/2016 3:05 PM
I am happy this thread is catching on, I forgot to feed Ben pellets last night, and when I came down in the morning he was not very happy with me...
RE: "Drunk" Bunny?!?!?! - Kim 9/26/2016 2:51 PM
Just a quick update on Giz, he is having a better day. No headstands and only 1 somersault (those dang towels mom gives me every day just dont stay the way I want them) I have cut up one of my old fleece night tops for him and that is not doing what he wants it to either. He has eaten he salad in full plus part of a dried ...
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