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This topic contains 34sd replies, has 12 voices, and was last updated by  Q8bunny 8 months, 1 week ago.

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    pinknfwuffy
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    Thank you! We’re planning on this Saturday but snow may force it to Sunday. Either way, by the end of the weekend we should be in our new home. And happier, hopefully. Updates soon! Unless all of the packing kills me and Olaf takes over the world.


    #1892951

    Tony's Mum
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    Good luck x


    #1892969

    Dface
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    Good luck to you and Olaf!!


    #1893383

    pinknfwuffy
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    We made it! It’s been a few days now and Olaf and I are settling into our new home. It’s a tiny cottage with just enough space for a human and house bunny. Olaf took the traveling remarkably well. He didn’t eat on the road (as expected) but gobbled up lots of greens and hay as soon as we arrived. I left him in his cage for the first 24 hours to get used to the new environment. He thumped quite a bit two nights in a row but there were lots of new sounds and smells so I don’t blame him. Last night was better and I think he’s gotten used to a lot of it. I have his pen set up so he can explore one half of the living space and I’ve tried to recreate our routine as much as possible. He did a few binkies after some exploring so I think he approves.

    THANK YOU to everyone who offered sage advice. It really means a lot to me and I’m happy to have this community for moral support.


    #1893387

    Q8bunny
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    A tiny cottage sounds so lovely to me. My dream is to live in a tiny space with Chewie (either a tiny house or a tiny Japanese-style flat).


    #1893402

    Dface
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    So glad to hear it went smoothly! My pair did the same stamping routine for the first few nights too lol.
    But sounds like you guys are definitely on the right track.
    Ditto Q8 Id love a little cottage that i could plant window boxes and basically bury it in a mound of different flowers.. But then would i have room to keep hoarding rabbits…?


    #1893432

    Q8bunny
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    ROTFL ?

    That IS the dilemma, isn’t it?


    #1893449

    pinknfwuffy
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    Q8 – I do hope you have one of your own eventually! This place was just absolute luck. It’s a rental next to the landlord’s house but they are a lovely family (which is a major improvement from my last landlord). I’m really looking forward to making it a home. I LOVE small cottages and houses so I’m taking notes on this one in case I ever get to have a sweet little plot of my own.

    I agree, Dface! A darling little cottage covered in blooms! A few of the tiny houses in the area I live have roses climbing over up the walls and over the roofs in the summer. It’s magnificent. I saw a tiny house show where a couple designed their home around their bunny so it had built-in tunnels and hide space. O.O

    Sounds like rabbit people also have the same taste in accommodations.


    #1893474

    Dface
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    A purpose designed rabbit cottage sounds like a dream..!
    I have seen loads of cat oriented houses but never rabbit ones.

    I love the coziness of cottages, and I’m huge into fire places /stoves.
    (i think peep would really love lounging in the warmth from one)

    I do think rabbits maybe attract similar kinds of people ?


    #1893570

    Q8bunny
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    Thank goodness for birds of a feather flocking together!

    This winter, we’ve established Chewbacca’s love of warmth, so we too are rooting for a pot belly stove or something in our eventual place.


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