Thanks guys! Asreil- I got him into his carrier then put it in the middle of the living room and he’s been hopping around out of his cage for about an hour straight now!! Thank you for the idea!!
That is just sick. People like that shouldn’t own animals. I don’t understand how people can be so cruel! Humans are animals too. Have some empathy, for real. I don’t think I would have been able to hold my tongue. I commend you for being able to stop yourself from saying something nasty, that takes true strength.
The more I learn the more I feel like owning a bunny is VERY similar to having a toddler lol. Sometimes I have to do what needs to be done, even if it gives me just as much anxiety as it does him lol. Thanks for all your help!
All I’m saying is that they aren’t in immediate danger or in a bad enough situation for them being re-homed to be an emergency. My understanding is the bunnies are still being let out of their cage, just not for as long. For this situation, I would really try to avoid taking them to a shelter as there may be other rabbits in more dire need of the…[Read more]
Okay, I haven’t tried to get him into a carrier yet. He came out of his cage a little bit a coupe days ago, but then I rearranged their cages (literally just moved them so Bugs’ cage is on the left side of Lola’s instead of the right so its easier to access his cage) 3 days ago and now he won’t come out of his cage. Should I be worried??
I don’t think its abuse or neglect. They aren’t being mistreated at all, as long as you are providing them everything they need. I agree with everything Pinknfwuffy and Dface said. It’s really up to you, but if you decide re-homing is the best option, then you have to make sure the place they are going to is very familiar with what rabbits need.…[Read more]
Okay! Yeah their cages are at least 3 inches apart and the baby gate makes it so they cant reach each other through to bars when I let one out. I just let them meet a couple times through the bars to see how they would react.