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Forum DIET & CARE URGENT — Hay Issues

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    • BunnyFriends
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      I’m absolutely flipping right now. I’ve just given the rabbits their hay and what’s happened is… wow.

      LICORICE:

      Shook that hay to the ground furiously, then left it for veggies. I find it normal he leaves it for veggies, but I’d almost call it agression towards the hay.

      WINTER:

      Attacked the hay. She dug her face so far in I couldn’t get it out and she refused to stop, so I removed the hay (except for some on the floor)  because she was almost falling over. She then went to eat her veggies, normal as ever. But it still was very scary and I’m not sure what to do. I’m going to put it back in when she’s calmed down, but what caused their aggression to the hay? They’ve both eaten it before

      To be quite honest, Licorice does that occasionally so I’m not too concerned. But what Winter did was completely abnormal. I also had difficulties removing her hay feeder, but only the hay feeder. She’s a very affectionate bun and loves her hay. Generally speaking she can get a little territorial, but she never nips/refuses like she did when I tried to refill the hay. But it’s mostly what she did whilst eating it that worries me. She’s spayed, too.


    • sarahthegemini
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      I sounds like Winter was just excited?


    • Chloe_<3
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      I agree, it sounds like Winter was just excited. When I refill my buns’ hay feeder she comes over and tries to jump into the hay box, acting like she is desperate to get hay and hasn’t been feed hay in months (of course she has unlimited hay at all times). Sometimes she will even try to jump into the bag of hay . Now, I put a bit of fresh hay into her litter box right before I fill up the feeder so she I can fill up the feeder while she is occupied. 

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