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I'd love to see pics of your rabbits wearing costumes, outfits, or anything where your rabbit has a hat, shirts, pants? Maybe, I know your not supposed to really dress up your rabbit all the time, but I thought it would be fun too see some pics.
Oh, I am notorious for dressing my bunnies up in headgrear and stuff. I have to do two posts lol.
I'm sure lots of you have seen these. So funny. Poor Cheddar. He gets "dressed" up the most.
I don't have any pictures of my rabbits in outfits *yet* but here's my baby Mushu in a hat lol
Soooooo adorable. I love it! I never thought to do this. It's awesome. It gives me an idea. I previously posted about my rabbit Max's chin problem. He has an infection and since no antibiotics seemed to help, I am going to start using antibiotic cream on his chin. But he is always washing it off with his paws. I believe the problem started because of drinking out of a water bowl. So I need to keep the area dry and have been having difficulty trying to come up with a "bandage" of some sort to put there, at least for times when he is supervised. He is not caged. So, to get back to the topic here....I wonder if there is any type of clothing that I can put on Max that will cover the area to keep the meds on longer and keep it dry....Any ideas? Here is a pic of his chin so you know where abouts the problem is. Thanks.