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Home Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A HELP people painting rabbits ears?!

This topic contains 4sd replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  LittlePuffyTail 8 months, 2 weeks ago.

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    So I saw one of my friends keeps painting their rabbits ears?!

    She blocked me so I no longer have a way to contact her but can someone explain if thats safe?


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    Azerane
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    While I certainly wouldn’t recommend it, if she’s using non toxic water based paint, technically it could be safe. Rabbits do lick their ears so the main risk is probably ingestion of a toxin. Otherwise paint getting in the ear could cause an infection too I suppose.


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    It’s not water based but supposedly it’s non toxic. Thank you for the reply


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    Bam
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    There is some type of vegan paint that people use to paint dogs with. It’s supposed to be harmless. Maybe that’s what your friend is using?


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    LittlePuffyTail
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    I can understand this is distressing for a bunny lover. Poor bunny


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