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Forum THE LOUNGE Two Types Of Bunnies

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    • Sonn
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      There are two types of bunnies in this world. I cleaned their cages last night (these are sleep cages they use pens during the day my youngest cat is far too curious at night).

      Here we have bunny 1: Cage is mostly clean. He’s dumped his toys out of the silver bowl and there are some stray poops. Hay outside of the cage. Some mess in the toy bowl etc. But overall not too bad. Took all of 10 minutes to clean.

      Here we have bunny 2: HOW IS THIS EVEN POSSIBLE TATER TOT? I want to know how you even got this cage this dirty this fast. What in the world is all over the walls????? HOW I repeat HOW did you even get poops between the bars and the base???? And why is your blanket bunched up in a ball?! HOW TATER HOW?!!!! I had to take the entire cage outside and hose it down.


    • LittleLionMan
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      Hahahaha I totally agree with this!With regards to bunny 2, when people point out messiness after I’ve leaned, I always tell them: “well it’s clean for HIM.” They’re so particular about how they like their space. The audacity of us humans to come in and ruin (aka clean) their beautiful homes!


      • Sonn
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        Tater does not appreciate a human-cleaned cage. It stays neat for maybe 2 hours on a good day. Lol.


    • HipHopBunny
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      LOL! You just compared my rabbit Smokey as rabbit 1, and OB as rabbit 2. 😆 Silver’s somewhere in between them. 😉

      Adorable buns! 🥰


      • Sonn
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        Most of my bunnies have always been clean bunnies. But every now and then there’s one that prefers mess. LOL.


    • SweetPotato
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      Hahahahahahahaha 😂😂😂

      Spud- the organized one

      Tater- the one who somehow overnight decides to (AND DOES) remodel his cage 😂

      Ay ay ay, bunnies, can’t help but love their mischief! (And they very well know that they can get away with anything because of their cuteness ❤️🐰😂)


      • Sonn
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        Tater has no problem letting me know that I didn’t decorate his area the way he likes it. Now if he’s in his pen he’s a little neater just a little. But he’s got a thing for throwing his entire litter box. Lol.

        I laugh every time I go to get them out in the morning and Spud’s cage basically looks the same as the night before and Tater looks like he had the greatest party ever all night.


    • Bam
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      My Vilde was always the neat kind of rabbit, but both my Bam and Yohio were definitely type 2. The apt looked nice for approx. 20 minutes post deep cleaning. Then there was hay everywhere 🤣

      I swept the floors several times per day. Yohio ate the rubber lip of the shovel. He also picked fights with the broom.


      • Sonn
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        Tater also picks fights with the broom! I have to put him in a different room while I sweep. 😂


    • Cinnamon Bun
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      Hahahahahaha! OMG, this is hilarious. This exact thing used to happen with my bun when she used to have one of those store cages. I had to literally take the thing apart, hose it down and dry it off afterwards. And then I had to rearrange everything… the toys and blankets and stuff. And after five minutes it’s a catastrophe all over again, and you gotta clean it all. And ohmigod – the stresss!  


      • Sonn
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        Tater has a thing for throwing his litter box. In his pen I have a big wooden thing that holds his litter box and hay so he can’t throw it there. I absolutely hate that cage. Like HATE it. It was okay when he was a baby and couldn’t really reach anything. But it keeps him from my cat while she figures out they don’t want to play with her. I cannot wait until I never have to use it again. Cleaning it is a PAIN. I mean why did they even design it with gaps between the bars and the base?! Literally everything gets trapped there.

        I think he likes to make a mess so he can grunt at me from the floor while I clean it. Lol.

        *Sigh* maybe once they are fully bonded Spud will show him how to be a tidy bunny.


    • SweetPotato
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      *Double sigh* Masha used to drag her litter box across the floor, and go potty right where the litter box used to be 😂

      I cannot agree more with cleaning!

      Yes Spud, you show ’em! 🐰❤️


    • BZOO
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      A note for all the litter box tossers…

      A loop of heavy duty duct tape will hold the box on the floor.


      • Sonn
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        I usually use reusable zip ties but haven’t bought any lately.


    • prince dorian the bun
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      Oh Tatertot! There is always one in the family isn’t there 😀

       


      • Sonn
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        He’s a butthead


    • SweetPotato
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      Aren’t they all? 😂

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