so why does my bunny like to set in his water bowl. he seems to enjoy it
Could be that Summer is almost here.
Who doesn't wanna wait to jump in the pool?!
What is the temperature where the rabbit is being kept? Rabbits overheat easily and in summer temperatures need a way to cool off...sometimes this even means spraying the animal down with a spray bottle at regular intervals on really hot days. If your rabbit is often seen panting and laying around the cage with little activity, find a way to get them cooled off, because that can easily be fatal.
by Tim Nichol 7 years ago
Here's yet another pointless, time-wasting game fo' ya! **For each 'post', a question that starts with "Why does..." shall be posted. **The next person shall provide an answer.**This answer can be anything from serious to absurd.**This person shall ask a new "Why does..."...
by pork22 6 years ago
Why does my tap water taste so bad after sitting for a day?
by crystalbeeler 7 years ago
my bunny keeps freaking out....it seems like hes starting to like me heal sprall out around me...and let me pet him but then all of a sudden he'll starting taking off in to his cage and hiding and wont come out??? why does he do this?
by s_little 6 years ago
What do you do when someone you love seems like they enjoy getting you upset?My guy likes to press my buttons. He doesn't do it that often but when he does he knows exactly what to say to get my blood boiling. How do I respond to that. Usually we end up arguing but I get over it. I just hate the...
by A Thousand Words 6 years ago
I was just laying here on my mother's bedroom floor. She turned to one of the TV preachers, and he was talking about how much Jesus loves us, and the sacrifices that He made for us, and how every human is expected to consciously make a decision to follow Him.And I thought about the girls stuck...
by Rad Man 6 years ago
Why does God need worship?
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