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Home Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Bluebonnets, bunnies, & babies…?

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    Mimzy
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    My brother has a 4 month old baby girl & asked me today if I’d be willing to do photos of her in a field of bluebonnets with my bunny Runa.
    Honestly I think it’s a cute idea, but I did just read the other day that bluebonnets are toxic to rabbits. They are also toxic to humans as well if consumed, so is this only if the rabbit eats the bluebonnets?
    Like if she sits in the field but doesn’t eat any, is that ok? Otherwise, I told him I might be more comfortable putting her in a cute little basket that could sit in the bluebonnets. That way she won’t be touching them at all.

    Also, side note; Runa does great going out places & does photos often, she doesn’t get stressed from it, just didn’t want anyone to worry about that
    My foster does get stressed, so I leave him home unless he has to go


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    Bam
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    I assume it’s only toxic if the rabbit ingests the bluebonnets, but a basket sounds like a really cute idea, plus probably safer =)


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    Kiki
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    I love the idea but trying to keep a bunny in a basket without nomming any of the delicious flowers sounds challenging to me. maybe that is just because my bunny is a wiggly, ninja, mutant.


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