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    Rabbits are wonderful pets:love: I'm not sure if I could ever have them in the house though They poo everywhere and their fluff gets everywhere.
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    (Original post by littlenorthernlass)
    Rabbits are wonderful pets:love: I'm not sure if I could ever have them in the house though They poo everywhere and their fluff gets everywhere.
    They also shag like nobody's business... :sexface:
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    (Original post by littlenorthernlass)
    Rabbits are wonderful pets:love: I'm not sure if I could ever have them in the house though They poo everywhere and their fluff gets everywhere.
    Yeah idk how to deal with the poo issue

    Maybe they can be litter trained...please...say..that's a possibility? (A)
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Yeah idk how to deal with the poo issue

    Maybe they can be litter trained...please...say..that's a possibility? (A)
    I've never manage to litter train mine They have a poo tray where MOST of their poos seem to go, thankfully, but there's always still loads and loads on the floor. If you've got wooden floors or tiles then you could just sweep them up and mop which wouldn't be so bad, but we've got carpets and I dread to think about the mess the rabbits would make on them!
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    (Original post by littlenorthernlass)
    I've never manage to litter train mine They have a poo tray where MOST of their poos seem to go, thankfully, but there's always still loads and loads on the floor. If you've got wooden floors or tiles then you could just sweep them up and mop which wouldn't be so bad, but we've got carpets and I dread to think about the mess the rabbits would make on them!
    Oh no that sounds awful D: D:

    I'll definitely keep in mind about trying not to keep it anywhere near a carpet xD
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    9????? You cray cray
    Lol yup 9. But they weren't house rabbits, the house probably wouldn't be in one piece with 9. Only kept them in a hutch during the night. During the day it was the garden or the garage, as they had thier own space.

    Be prepared to deal with poo though. They poo like theres no tomorrow lol. Should be fine once thier litter trained. One of my bunnies had a habit of digging her litter tray and throwing the contents out!

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    They **** everywhere. We had a halls rabbit at uni.
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    Lol yup 9. But they weren't house rabbits, the house probably wouldn't be in one piece with 9. Only kept them in a hutch during the night. During the day it was the garden or the garage, as they had thier own space.

    Be prepared to deal with poo though. They poo like theres no tomorrow lol. Should be fine once thier litter trained. One of my bunnies had a habit of digging her litter tray and throwing the contents out!

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    I was gonna say...9 inside would be awful

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    They **** everywhere. We had a halls rabbit at uni.
    How exactly did you get that without it being noticed? :P
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    How exactly did you get that without it being noticed? :P
    Pets at Home. They noticed after a few months so it got sent away to live on farm (an actual farm).
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    Pets at Home. They noticed after a few months so it got sent away to live on farm (an actual farm).
    Not the farm :<

    I should hope it was an actual farm :<
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Not the farm :<

    I should hope it was an actual farm :<
    I went to an agricultural university, it went to live on the owner of rabbit's farm.
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    I went to an agricultural university, it went to live on the owner of rabbit's farm.
    That's a happy ending after all, I can sleep well tonight
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    That's a happy ending after all, I can sleep well tonight
    I wont tell you rest then...
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    I wont tell you rest then...
    D: please don't

    Not the poor bunnies.

    See people get sad when they think of cats and dogs being eaten in China and **** but I just get sad thinking about a bunny being eaten :'(
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    House rabbit sounds like a sort of insult to someone who betrays his group for the dominant majority.


    'Lol Jaekwon joined the feds, what a house rabbit'
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    D: please don't

    Not the poor bunnies.

    See people get sad when they think of cats and dogs being eaten in China and **** but I just get sad thinking about a bunny being eaten :'(
    They weren't bunnies, there was a crow for a short while though.
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    They weren't bunnies, there was a crow for a short while though.
    Don't ruin my HAPPY IMAGINATION of bunnies.
 
 
 
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