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Home Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Are they alright?

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    My parents decided to “temperary” move the rabbits to a room no one really uses nor really visit. Now it’s become permanent. Are they alright in that room? I tried to talk to them to move them back in the room that has the most socialization and to show them research that rabbits do best in “social areas” yet they won’t listen to me.


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    sarahthegemini
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    Well it’s not ideal no. Why would they want to put the bunnies in a room where noone can really socialise with them? What is the point?

    I guess you’ll just have to make the effort to be in the room with them.


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    LBJ10
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    They will be alright. I agree that you will need to make more of an effort to interact with them and give them attention.


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