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Posted By sarahthegemini on 1/28/2017 2:48 AM

I agree with Vanessa – don’t leave or feel you have to leave. This forum is for house rabbits but of course you can still gather a wealth of information on here regardless of where you keep your bunnies. I apologise if I came across as harsh, I just feel very passionately about rabbit care and unfortunately a lot of people do just plonk their bun outdoors and leave it. Obviously that’s not the case with you, so I apologise 

It’s okay. Suppose I’m a little sensitive about it as it’s my only option for the moment! But yes they will have a lot of space out there and attention and will check daily that they don’t have wet fur or wet bums or anything which apparently is what normally leads to fly strike.. correct me if I’m wrong