Posted By CocoaPuff on 6/17/2018 3:24 PM
My best friend and I both have bunnies. My sister has one too. My best friends bunny is deaf and if you approach her she can spook if she didn’t see you. Like if I round a corner and she’s right there, she gets scared and runs for her safe place. She’s skittish around pretty much everyone and she only…
i always hear about this, but my rabbit unfortunately doesn’t seem to like any kind of music herself, unless i’m just misinterpreting her response as nothing. what specific songs/bands were you playing for luna?
i completely agree with tobyluv. i’ll mention, though, that Kaytee typically doesn’t appear to be the best brand for pet anything. some items you can immediately tell are possibly harmful or dangerous, and others are a bit harder to see that way. every Kaytee item i’ve ever seen has a downside. sometimes you find it in product reviews, but if it’s…[Read more]
Sunny replied to the topic How to know if one bunny is trying to harm the other bunny? in the forum BONDING 2 years, 2 months ago
i’ve never bonded rabbits before, but everyone else here will tell you the same – you shouldn’t put the two together until they’re both spayed/neutered and have had time to let their hormones die down. serious aggression can rise up out of nowhere and the two can actually end up killing each other. they should be kept separately as of now.
both i and a lot of other members here like to use those storage grid cube panel thingies. i’m not very good at describing them, but you could probably find what i’m talking about by googling those 4 words. you can attach them using the plastic connectors that they come with or with zip ties, and either way you should be able to keep your walls…[Read more]
Posted By Rainn on 8/09/2017 8:25 PM
so my bun is 10 weeks old now, ive had him for 3 weeks, he is super good. Like perfect in everyway, and I absolutely adore him.He is 100% litter trained, and he doesn’t chew my furniture and bonding is going well, etc.
The only thing that is worrying me at this point is that he rattles and chews the door…
Posted By Vienna Blue in France on 7/21/2017 1:13 PM
Just have a wander around the hardware store or anywhere (recycle websites??) and see what you find…. you’ll have dowl rods or wooden beams across the bottom so it will be supported. Just so long as its not really flimsy, you can use whatever you like. I guess we all use plywood of sorts…
Posted By Vienna Blue in France on 7/20/2017 1:10 PM
Its up to you for the platforms, but you’re going to have to put some sort of plyboard on the grids anyway, so you may as well just use the board for the platform without using grids. If they are supported by two cross beams along the length and cable tied to the plywood (by drilling a…
Posted By DanaNM on 7/19/2017 12:41 PM
Ah yes, I second that they are very stable once they are all zip tied together!
And, bunnies tend to realize that they are protected by the grids, even if they can see through them! Our local rabbit rescue gives their buns laundry baskets with holes cut out to hide in, and says they think of them as…
Posted By Vienna Blue in France on 7/19/2017 1:53 AM
Hi Sunny, I just like to add I have just built a multilevel condo and right up until the cable tie tightening moment, i could NOT believe how it could be sturdy (but fellow memeber Azerane assured me it would be).
It absolutely IS fine and I have two bunnies that each weigh 6 kg bouncing…
Posted By DanaNM on 7/18/2017 8:20 PM
I think building a NIC condo would work really well for you, and can be made in a way so that it is very solid and makes her feel secure.
It can easily be made the shape to fit your space, and adding multiple levels gives your bun the most space per amount of floor space you have.
I think your girl…
in my opinion, those two rabbits should definitely not be kept together in the same cage if they aren’t bonded. it wouldn’t matter to me if my roommates didn’t like having them in separate cages. from what i’ve heard, rabbits can very easily fight to the death, and it’s up to you as their caretaker to prevent that from happening. you never know…[Read more]
i also forgot to mention – i think i’m going to buy some pet stairs in the future just to keep her from jumping down straight onto the floor. whenever i set down pillows she tends to ignore them, but placing stairs that lead down to her main play/cage area might keep her from getting hurt. like i said, i don’t mind having her on my bed, and…[Read more]
looks nice, but i can see why it being so small could be a bit frustrating. where’d you get the little air vents? do you remember how much the box costed? i think i’ve already found a different option, but i’m still curious.