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Home Forums THE LOUNGE A rabbit hack. Sort of?

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    I am posting this on behalf of Miss BunnyLass568. She has been having trouble with e-mails and replies. It took her almost a day of fighting with her e-mail to reply to me.

    “If you have water bowls for your rabbit(s) and you’re having trouble with there being water and bedding and hay and so on being poured in to the drain and you don’t have any pipe cleaner or anything and your fingers are too big to get things in the drain then something that you can use is just a pair of tweezers; They don’t have to be expensive just small enough to go in the drain and long enough so you can have a good grip and big enough so you don’t loose them too easily.”

     

    Hopefully this will help someone who may have never thought of is.


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