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Forum BEHAVIOR loud noises

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    • mollie123
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      I am looking to get a rabbit soon to free roam in my bedroom. I have 2 fish tanks in my bedroom that make noise because of the filter. I was wondering if the rabbit would be scared/stressed over it?


    • DanaNM
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      My rabbits don’t seem to mind my fish tank filters at all. I don’t think they even notice since it’s basically white noise.

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    • HipHopBunny
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      My buns don’t mind it either. It might be peaceful for them actually, cause it is a natural sound. 🙂


    • mollie123
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      Ok thats great! thank you.

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Forum BEHAVIOR loud noises