I agree with a lot of what has been said above. Getting an older bun is an option, and while shelters usually waive adoption fees for seniors, they also tend to have more medical complications which can be costly for someone who plans pay for college. I really wanted rats while I was in college. They have a lifespan of 2 years which…[Read more]
Posted By bam on 10/20/2018 10:42 AM We’d be very happy for updates.
Okay so right after posting this is I read extensively on the rabbit digestive system to get a good idea on what times I should be on the look out for issues. It said that after swallowing food, it usually takes 3-6 hours for that food to move from the…[Read more]
Hhmmm… Is the play pen located in a room where you can block the cat from accessing it altogether? I live in a house where we have dogs gated off on the first level and my bunny free roams in my room. Even though *I* keep the gates closed, I have a very forgetful 73-year-old father. It only took one escape incident for me to begin locking my…[Read more]
I find that when figuring out how much to feed a bunny, there is a lot of trial and error you have to go through until you find what works best. Just like humans, rabbits will have different health issues throughout their lives and will go through many different diet changes. I don’t think a rabbit can OD on too much veg, but just like a human, i…[Read more]
I have been having a similar problem with my Juniper. She will get very energetic in the morning at 6 am. She spins in circles for her breakfast. She binkies. But then she will hide from me the whole rest of the day. She just started doing this and she is also in the middle of a molt. She poops, she drinks, she sneaks out of her hiding spot and…[Read more]