Bought it once, none of our bunnies would eat it, and I wouldn’t say ours are over fussy, if thats any help? They all way prefer Supreme Petfoods Science Selective Rabbit and FibaFirst sticks, if you want to look at those too?
Posted By LittlePuffyTail on 11/11/2018 5:57 PM
I just said “Awwwww…..” a whole lot of times but then I made a sound of utter horror when I saw all those brussel sprouts….
Good, sprouts are too good for mere hoomins anyway, says Jenny, leave the sprouts for us bunnies
All 3 of my girls are literally digging deep in the garden right now, I have three impressive holes to prove it. It has turned cool after a long hot summer, maybe they all sense the colder weather coming and are instinctively preparing for winter???
Posted By Ellie from The Netherlands on 9/10/2018 10:57 AM
Awww, those snuggle buns Simply beautiful!
Mini says: “mischief managed!”, and relaxes while admiring her work!
Snickers says Mini might have made a good hay-mess, but she can’t be beat when it comes to total roof bunstruction
Posted By Ellie from The Netherlands on 9/09/2018 12:08 PM
It’s amazing to see Sully flopped out like that, that’s one chill bunny!
I always love to see bunnies making a delightful mess, the pictures with the hay cubes are great ^_^
Bas bought a box of shredded paper strips for Breintje to dig in and to play with. Breintje had dug…
Maybe you smell different? Change in washing detergent for example? Been around other pets in someone else’s home? Try lying on the floor with a really tasty treat in your hand that you know she likes and see if that brings her over, you’d need to be patient and let her come to you in her time not yours though!
Two weeks isnt long, especially for girl bunnies. All of four of our girls (all rescues so more nervous maybe) took many months to get used to us. Gina was the longest, it took something like 8-9 months before we could even touch her without being scratched, Jenny still growls every time I touch her after over three years, even if she then settles…[Read more]