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Home Page Forums DIET & CARE Check out the New Bunny Sitter Guide

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    I finally uploaded my Bunny Sitter Guide. It ‘s just something I created  for my Bunny Sitters – whether I left them with someone or someone came to my home.  Either way, I found it to be a useful tool to be sure the bunny sitter knows what to do each day, and helps them understand what to watch out for (especially if there was a illness – bunnies are so good at hiding that)

    I figured someone else could benefit from it, so if you can use it, then great!

    There are two identical files you can download once you are on the page.  The PDF is as is, and the Word file, you can actually modify to suit your own needs.


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