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My buns both watch tv. My mother in law bunnysat a few months ago and still talks about how when she turned on the tv they both stopped what they were doing, jumped on their houses and plopped down to watch tv
Im not sure what their preferences are but its adorable to see them laying stretched out watching tv with us. so sweet
Actually, a bunny that drools is really not that normal. It can mean there are some dental problems. So anyone who has a bunny that drools, and hasn't had a vet check for dental issues, like alignment problems/malloclusions, should get that double checked.