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After I gave the rabbits breakfast I went to open their window. I keep a dark sheet tacked over the mini-blinds to keep the sun out of the rabbit room on hot days and the sheet fell down and one of the tacks went flying. I heard a "ping" so I figured it hit one of the condo walls. I looked high and low for a half an hour inside and outside the condos and couldn't find it. It had to be a flat-headed brass-coloured pin too. I was scared it was in someone's cage so I had to strip all their cages and shake out their blankets. Yes. I did get pummeled. Trying to take Olivia's breakfast hay away from her was not easy!!!! I still didn't find the stupid thing, which leaves me feeling very unsatisfied but at least I know it's not in any of their cages. Most likely I swept it out with the hay and litter.
Now I need to find some cute pics on BB to put me in a better mood!