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Home Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Rocking chair in the bunny space

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    BunjaminML
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    Not sure which forum to post this question to; hope this is okay.

    My husband and I have a new infant at home and are looking to get a rocking chair/glider for soothing the baby. The only place we have space for one is the living room, where our two bunnies free roam. I’m a bit worried about squishing the bunnies’ little feet under a rocking chair or them getting trapped under a glider. Is this a legitimate worry? Is there a specific brand/type I can get that doesn’t have clearance under the chair that a rabbit can get into?

    Thanks for any info!


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    Bunny House
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    Could you put nic grids surrounding the chair, and extending to how far the chair can rock/slide? Buns Love to sit in tight areas so I would be concerned they’d lay under the chair


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    Wick
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    I think this is a legitimate worry. Reading this makes me have flashbacks about the time my injured mother was in the middle of sitting on Wick before I realized what was happening and rushed in (still am so grateful I happened to be looking in that direction at that time….). Intuitively, a lot of rabbits bolt at any movement on top of them, but it’s not all scenarios.


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