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  • Why Isn't My Guinea Pig Drinking?
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    Why Isn't My Guinea Pig Drinking?

    5 years ago

    Why isn't your guinea pig drinking water? This article explains how much water guinea pigs need and when to worry about your guinea pig's water intake.

  • What Is The Best Bedding For Pet Rats?
    10

    What Is The Best Bedding For Pet Rats?

    7 years ago

    Learn about the best types of bedding for pet rats, including paper pellet bedding, straw pellet bedding, cloth bedding and more. Also learn about what bedding not to use with your precious pet rats.

  • How Do I Make My Pet Rat Like Me?
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    How Do I Make My Pet Rat Like Me?

    22 months ago

    If your rat is scared, shy or aggressive, here's how to tame your pet rat and make it like you.

  • Good Pets for Kids: Worms
    0

    Good Pets for Kids: Worms

    6 months ago

    Have you ever wondered what worms eat? Or how you can keep a pet worm? This article answers all your questions!

  • Bunny Beds | The Best Bedding For Rabbits
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    Bunny Beds | The Best Bedding For Rabbits

    8 years ago

    Cameron Diaz and her hammock bunnies. A reader asked the following excellent question about bunny beds: What do you use for a bunny bed in the cage? My daughter brought home a bunny 8 weeks old with a cage that has the pull out drawer at the...

  • What Makes Rabbit Ears Go Floppy?
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    What Makes Rabbit Ears Go Floppy?

    8 years ago

    One ear up, one ear down. Why oh why? Why do some bunnies have ears that point straight up and other rabbits have ears that flop over? A hubber recently had this curious question to ask: Why do one of my bunnies ears stay fallen over? None of his...

  • The Free-Range Outdoor Rabbit | Keeping A Bunny Out of Its Cage
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    The Free-Range Outdoor Rabbit | Keeping A Bunny Out of Its Cage

    8 years ago

    One of the greatest tragedies of the rabbit keeping pet craze is the way that rabbits who were designed by nature to roam free over wide tracts of land end up barely being able to hop a few feet in either direction their entire lives. Though most...

  • What Is An Aquarium Powerhead? Do I Need One?
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    What Is An Aquarium Powerhead? Do I Need One?

    8 years ago

    A powerhead is a device that looks like a little internal filter but has no filter material in it and initially you might think, 'what use is this puny device to me?' and discard it in disgust. But wait! A powerhead is actually quite useful in some...

  • How To Breed Albino Guinea Pigs
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    How To Breed Albino Guinea Pigs

    8 years ago

    Albino guinea pigs are popular in the hobby because of their pristine white fur and pretty pink / red eyes. Sometimes people think there must be something wrong with a guinea pig that looks so strange, but albino traits are found in many...

  • Belly-Sliding Fish Fry: What Does It Mean?
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    Belly-Sliding Fish Fry: What Does It Mean?

    22 months ago

    Healthy fish fry swim normally, like these Blue Ram fish fry from http://www.ventralfins.com Fish breeders will notice that healthy fry swim about in the tank from the moment they become free swimming. Other fish fry sink to the bottom and slide...

  • Do Rabbits Need Straw or Hay?
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    Do Rabbits Need Straw or Hay?

    8 years ago

    Straw and hay are both dried grass products that look similar, but one is full of nutritional goodness for your rabbit and the other is only good for bedding. Rabbits need hay to eat, in fact, a rabbit could have just hay and water to eat and be...

  • The Aqua One 12 Bay Betta Barracks System
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    The Aqua One 12 Bay Betta Barracks System

    8 years ago

    I purchased the Aqua One Betta Barracks system because I had a great deal of bettas and was running out of space to put them. I'd tried the old breeder's trick of cleaning out soda bottles and soldering holes in the sides for water movement...

  • What To Do About Sticky, Smelly Rabbit Poop
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    What To Do About Sticky, Smelly Rabbit Poop

    8 years ago

    A picture of a healthy bunny cecotrope from http://www.bunnymomma.com One of the worst common problems to befall rabbit owners is a kind of sticky, smelly rabbit poo that sticks to bunny's fur, smells awful and is almost impossible to get off. ...

  • What Foods To Feed Baby Angelfish Fry
    4

    What Foods To Feed Baby Angelfish Fry

    8 years ago

    An Angelfish and its fry http://www.aquaworldaquarium.com/ Like all young fish, baby angelfish need live foods. The best food for baby angelfish is BBS, or Baby Brine Shrimp, which can be easily cultivated at home. Some breeders do not bother with...

  • Three Games To Play With Your Guinea Pigs
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    Three Games To Play With Your Guinea Pigs

    8 years ago

    The fun thing about having pets is spending time interacting with them. It's not fun for them or you if all they do is sit in a hutch or cage all day, waiting for their next meal. Of course, you should always have two or more guinea pigs, as they...

  • Can a Jack Dempsey and an Oscar Fish Live Together?
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    Can a Jack Dempsey and an Oscar Fish Live Together?

    22 months ago

    One of the banes of a any fish keeper's life (and perhaps, one of the joys too) is putting together a tank of fish that don't slaughter each other. Large cichlids, such as Jack Dempseys and Oscar fish are known for levels...

  • How to Build the Perfect Bunny Hutch
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    How to Build the Perfect Bunny Hutch

    5 days ago

    If you like to do things yourself and save money in the process, building your own rabbit hutch is an excellent way to create a home for your bunny rabbits.

  • How to Make Infusoria for Baby Fish
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    How to Make Infusoria for Baby Fish

    22 months ago

    When raising small fish fry, the first challenge you'll run into is the one that involves feeding invisible food to invisible fish. The first kind of food young fry of small fish species need is infusoria. 'Infusoria' is a term that refers to...

  • Should I Get A Guinea Pig or A Bunny Rabbit?
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    Should I Get A Guinea Pig or A Bunny Rabbit?

    8 years ago

    Rabbits and Guinea Pigs are both popular small animal pets, but which one will suit you? When deciding on a small animal pet, there are many things to take into consideration. This article will guide you towards the best pet for your home, lifestyle...

  • Why Do Bunnies' Noses Twitch?
    2

    Why Do Bunnies' Noses Twitch?

    8 years ago

    If you spend any amount of time with a bunny, you will notice how much their cute little noses twitch. But why does a bunny twitch its nose so much, and what can you learn from their nose twitching? Experts believe that rabbits twitch their noses...

  • Are Bunnies Allowed to Eat Chicken?
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    Are Bunnies Allowed to Eat Chicken?

    22 months ago

    Xena writes: My bunny Floppie always gets really hungry after breakfast and dinner then it goes into the bin and eats the chicken scraps, only the chicken scraps. Is this okay? No Xena, this is not okay, for several reasons. The first reason is...

  • How To Stop Your Rabbit Peeing And Pooping In Bad Places
    0

    How To Stop Your Rabbit Peeing And Pooping In Bad Places

    8 years ago

    I pee where I wish to, human... Jenni asks this question: How do I stop my rabbit from pooping on the couch when he is litter box trained? He knows how to use the litter box but every chance he gets, (usually when I can't see him) he runs over...

  • Keeping Synodontis Aquarium Catfish
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    Keeping Synodontis Aquarium Catfish

    9 years ago

    http://www.destin-tanganyika.com/images/synodontis-petricola-dwarf-8.jpg Most fish keepers like to have some bottom feeders in their aquarium. They can do a great job mopping up little pieces of food that larger, messier fish leave...

  • Synodontis Catfish Species Guide
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    Synodontis Catfish Species Guide

    22 months ago

    There are many species of synodontis, and there are many hybrids and crossbreeds between the species which pop up as well, quite often in pet shops.

  • 66.6 Good Names For Bad Bunnies
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    66.6 Good Names For Bad Bunnies

    10 years ago

    Having a hard name coming up with a good name for your bunny? Not all bunnies are good bunnies though, are they? Some bunnies are mean bunnies that bite and kick and scratch. We still love them though, even though their sole desire may be to bring...

  • Best Bunnies for Children
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    Best Bunnies for Children

    22 months ago

    Bunnies can make great pets for kids, but it helps a great deal to choose the right sort of bunny. Also, before you get your child a pet rabbit, please realize that they can get sick and require veterinary care. If you do not intend to provide...

  • Keeping Flemish Giant Rabbits
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    Keeping Flemish Giant Rabbits

    10 years ago

    See the bunny in the picture there? Well its not fake, some rabbits really can get that big! They are known as giant rabbits, and a popular breed of such rabbits are Flemish Giant rabbits. Most Flemish Giant rabbits won't get anywhere near that big,...

  • The Bored Bunny - How To Entertain Your Rabbit
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    The Bored Bunny - How To Entertain Your Rabbit

    5 years ago

    A bored bunny is a bad bunny, and many rabbits are bored simply because their owners have little appreciation for how smart they are, and how much they need to play and 'work' their brains. If you got a rabbit because you thought they were a dull...

  • Toys for Rabbits
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    Toys for Rabbits

    18 months ago

    There are all sorts of fun, commercially-available toys for rabbits. These are great for entertaining your pet and keeping its mind busy.

  • Is My Bunny Sick?
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    Is My Bunny Sick?

    10 years ago

    Because bunnies are quite different from other animals, it can sometime be hard to know whether they are sick or not. Here are some signs to look for that may indicate that your rabbit is not feeling well. Please note that if you think your bunny is...

  • Rabbit Names: How To Pick A Name For Your Bunny
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    Rabbit Names: How To Pick A Name For Your Bunny

    10 years ago

    Choosing a name for your bunny is one of the fun things about getting a new rabbit. But sometimes its just so hard to come up with any inspiration. Your bunny's name shouldn't just be cute, it should also be easy for the Rabbit to understand. Easy...

  • Hay For Rabbits - What Type Of Hay Is The Best For My Bunny?
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    Hay For Rabbits - What Type Of Hay Is The Best For My Bunny?

    10 years ago

    You've probably read in lots of places that it is very important that rabbits get lots of hay, but did you know that not all types of hay are the same? The type of hay you feed your rabbit will have a big impact on healthy it is, as some hays are...

  • How to Tell If Your Bunny Loves You
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    How to Tell If Your Bunny Loves You

    20 months ago

    Sometimes it can be hard to tell if your bunny loves you because rabbits do not communicate with words. Here are 5 signs that may indicate your bunny loves you.

  • How Big Should My Bunny's Cage Be?
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    How Big Should My Bunny's Cage Be?

    18 months ago

    When getting a cage for your bunny, it is important to remember that the cage needs to accommodate the size that the rabbit will grow to, not necessarily the size that the bunny is at the time you buy the cage. There are different rules for...

  • Why Does My Bunny Bite Me When I Put My Hand In Its Cage?
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    Why Does My Bunny Bite Me When I Put My Hand In Its Cage?

    10 years ago

    Rabbits are very territorial creatures. In the wild they normally make their own burrows separately from other rabbits, choosing when they wish to socialize, and when they wish to be alone. A bunny's burrow is a very private place, and the bunny...

  • Bunny Care Guide: Can Bunnies Wear Clothes?
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    Bunny Care Guide: Can Bunnies Wear Clothes?

    10 years ago

    Can you put your bunny in clothes? Yes. Wicket is modeling a little pink sports sweater in the picture to demonstrate just how amenable bunnies can be to wearing clothing. It's a natural human urge to want to dress our pets, no doubt an extension of...

  • Bunny Breed Guide: Jersey Woolly Rabbits
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    Bunny Breed Guide: Jersey Woolly Rabbits

    10 years ago

    Little fuzzy balls of fluff, Jersey Woolly rabbits are beautiful animals, and beautiful pets. However I must issue a caveat here, this type of rabbit is not suitable for outdoor living in a hutch, it is not suitable as a pet for energetic children...

  • Bunny Breed Guide: Rex Rabbits
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    Bunny Breed Guide: Rex Rabbits

    10 years ago

    Rex rabbits come in two main types, Mini Rex, and the standard Rex. I will deal with each type seperately so as to avoid confusion. Rex Rabbits The standard Rex has a beautiful velvety fur that is popular in the fur trade (not something I...

  • The Long-Haired Bunny Moult—What to Do
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    The Long-Haired Bunny Moult—What to Do

    14 months ago

    A relatively under-discussed phenomenon in rabbit keeping is moulting. Not to worry, moulting is a common occurrence in most cases.

  • Bunny Care Guide: How To Get A New Pet Bunny To Like You
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    Bunny Care Guide: How To Get A New Pet Bunny To Like You

    10 years ago

    This hub arose from a question asked by a fellow hubber who is having trouble with a new bunny. I have answered it in the format of a new hub, as this is a common problem for many new rabbit owners. Question: "A week ago I was joyed by adding a...

  • Bunny Care Guide: How To Discipline Your Rabbit
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    Bunny Care Guide: How To Discipline Your Rabbit

    10 years ago

    One of the first things you'll realize as a bunny owner is that your bunny is quite naughty. Rabbits are always sticking their noses into things they shouldn't, chewing things they shouldn't and biting that which they shouldn't, which sometimes...

  • Bunny Care Guide: What Foods Do Rabbits Eat?
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    Bunny Care Guide: What Foods Do Rabbits Eat?

    2 years ago

    What foods you can feed your rabbit, and what is not safe.

  • How To Train Your Bunny To Walk On A Leash
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    How To Train Your Bunny To Walk On A Leash

    5 years ago

    You might have seen some cute pictures of bunnies walking on leashes, and wondered if you could do the same with your rabbit. You can, but there are a few points that must be noted and steps that must be taken before you can do it safely. Firstly,...

  • Bunny Care Guide: Short Haired Rabbits vs Long Haired Rabbits
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    Bunny Care Guide: Short Haired Rabbits vs Long Haired Rabbits

    11 years ago

    There is a lot to take into consideration when getting any new pet, and that includes buying a bunny. Other sections of this guide deal with what sort of size might be best for you, but size is not the only consideration that one has. A major...

  • Bunny Care Guide: Should I Get One Rabbit, Or Two?
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    Bunny Care Guide: Should I Get One Rabbit, Or Two?

    10 years ago

    Often when one is getting a pet, especially if space is already limited, it is tempting to get just one. This is unfortunate for many animals who tend to be gregarious. Bunnies fall into this group of pets, and though they can be kept alone, they...

  • Bunny Care Guide: Should I Desex/Neuter/Spay My Rabbit?
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    Bunny Care Guide: Should I Desex/Neuter/Spay My Rabbit?

    11 years ago

    Yes. Yes you should. Double Yes if your rabbit is a female. Even though it is a good idea, and some might say entirely necessary for does, desexing rabbits is a relatively new trend, and in order to get the procedure done you should find a...

  • Bunny Care Guide - How To Litter Train Your Bunny
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    Bunny Care Guide - How To Litter Train Your Bunny

    11 years ago

    First of all, put the idea of 'training' out of your mind. You're not really training your rabbit at all. A rabbit will naturally pick a place that it likes to toilet in, and it will return to that place like clockwork unless it becomes sick or...

  • Help! My Bunny Smells - What To Do With A Stinky Rabbit
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    Help! My Bunny Smells - What To Do With A Stinky Rabbit

    11 years ago

    Here at Bunniez, we're always on about how you should keep your rabbit indoors. "Oh, they're so smart and so friendly," you read in practically every article, including the ones detailing how not to get shredded by your angry bunny's teeth and...

  • Bunny Care Guide: The Importance Of Feeding Hay To Rabbits
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    Bunny Care Guide: The Importance Of Feeding Hay To Rabbits

    11 years ago

    Everywhere you go, you'll see recommendations concerning the feeding of hay to rabbits. "Give your bunny all the hay it can eat!" They say, "Do not restrict your rabbit's hay consumption!" They tell us, "Bury Your Rabbits under piles and piles of...

  • Rabbit Care Guide: Basic Bunny Facts For New Owners
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    Rabbit Care Guide: Basic Bunny Facts For New Owners

    10 years ago

    If you're considering getting a pet rabbit, then you'll need these basic bunny facts up front. These are by no means a comprehensive guide, but they do give a brief overview of a bunny's needs. This article is designed to give you an idea of what...

  • How To Trim Your Rabbit's Nails AND Survive The Experience
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    How To Trim Your Rabbit's Nails AND Survive The Experience

    11 years ago

    Rabbits need their nails/claws trimmed regularly, unless you happen to live with them on rocky outcroppings, in which case they probably have other things to worry about. Rabbits have constantly growing nails, and if they are left to grow unchecked,...

  • Bunny Games! How To Have Fun With Your Rabbit
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    Bunny Games! How To Have Fun With Your Rabbit

    11 years ago

    Part of the challenge of rabbit ownership is learning to interact in fun ways with your bunny. Many complain that their rabbits do little but sit around and chew hay, or perhaps run away when they are approached. Both these activities can quickly...

  • Yes, Your Rabbit Hates You (How To Be Friends With Your Bunny)
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    Yes, Your Rabbit Hates You (How To Be Friends With Your Bunny)

    2 years ago

    If you've recently purchased a fuzzy baby bunny, or perhaps been gifted one by some kind hearted person, you're no doubt a little confused. What exactly does one DO with a bunny? For starters, I am not a fan of keeping rabbits outdoors. Once you get...

  • Bunnies and Kids:  Are Rabbits Good Pets For Children?
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    Bunnies and Kids: Are Rabbits Good Pets For Children?

    11 years ago

    Rabbits have been popular pets for children for many decades, and hutches down the bottom of the garden have become both a fixture in many homes, and a fond childhood for many. As people have come to understand bunnies better however, and to realize...

  • Bad Rabbit Food: What NOT To Feed Your Bunny
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    Bad Rabbit Food: What NOT To Feed Your Bunny

    2 years ago

    Just because your rabbit will eat it doesn't mean it's good. Read on for a list of no-nos and things to avoid when feeding your bunny.

  • Bunny Breed Guide: Mini Lop/ Holland Lop Rabbits
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    Bunny Breed Guide: Mini Lop/ Holland Lop Rabbits

    11 years ago

    If you've ever been to a pet store, then you are probably already familiar with the mini lop (also known as the Holland Lop). These little floppy eared bunnies have found great favor in the pet trade, in spite of the fact that oftentimes their...

  • Bunny Breed Guide: New Zealand White Rabbit
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    Bunny Breed Guide: New Zealand White Rabbit

    10 years ago

    New Zealand Whites are popular rabbits as pets, in the show ring, and unfortunately in the laboratory and meat/fur farm. New Zealand White Rabbits are easily distinguished by their relatively large and solid bodies covered in dense white fur, their...

  • Indoor Bunny Toys – Keep your Rabbit entertained for hours
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    Indoor Bunny Toys – Keep your Rabbit entertained for hours

    11 years ago

    Rabbits can be a bit like children. Buy them an expensive toy, and five minutes later you see them happily chewing through the box. Some people don't think that rabbits need toys, but those people generally find that their rabbit keeps itself...

  • When Bunnies Attack: What To Do When Your Rabbit Bites
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    When Bunnies Attack: What To Do When Your Rabbit Bites

    2 years ago

    Rabbits, whilst being incredibly cute, playful, fun little individuals, also have some tendencies that may be somewhat surprising to the uninitiated. Though they are prey animals, they can have a somewhat vicious streak at times, and those big...

  • Bunny - Puppy Relations, Can Rabbits and Dogs be friends?
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    Bunny - Puppy Relations, Can Rabbits and Dogs be friends?

    10 years ago

    Can bunnies and puppies be friends? Most certainly. Well, almost certainly. It rather depends primarily on the temperament of your dog. Some dogs are bred to hunt and kill small creatures, and if you have one of these breeds, they may very well up...

  • Why Doesn't My Bunny Like Me? - A Guide To The Bunny
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    Why Doesn't My Bunny Like Me? - A Guide To The Bunny

    11 years ago

    What many people don't realize when they are contemplating getting a rabbit is the sheer amount of time it can take to bond with a bunny. Unlike dogs, who will be licking your face within a day or two, or cats that soon warm up, a rabbit can take,...

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