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    Hidey hut found at Target

    That looks comfy.... if that was my hidey hut, I wouldn't want to leave it and I'd pee in it. No worries Lucas, you wouldn't have to clean it 😂
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    Hidey hut found at Target

    I found this at Target today. Before I got LB and was buying everything for when she arrived, I got the largest Oxbow hut. When LB joined us, that hut was far to small for a 5 pound (2.3 kg) rabbit. This hut from Target I put a can of cat food in so you can get a feel for the size. $20 USD. The...
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    DIY manual Hay Bale Press

    That's awesome Preitler.
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    Deterring foxes

    Hey Howard, I don't have much knowledge about fox deterrents. In regards to you asking if you're being to cautious, I will say absolutely not. The reason being, even if your set up is overkill, it's giving you peace of mind. Below are a couple ideas if you want more "protection". Here's a...
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    What is your opinion on the brand Kaytee for food?

    Maybe I was a little harsh, however each of the other replies say be wary. When the chances are good of other brands being within reach of the Kaytee, my thoughts are why wouldn't I support a company that has the creature in my care's best interest with quality ingredients rather than a company:
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    Best flooring, open bottom cage, litter training?

    That's pretty much what I did however I got a piece of plywood about 13mm thick and cut it a bigger than the condo I built then placed vinyl stick on tiles. It works great and cleans up easy. One tip if you do go that route, get stick on tiles that have as much texture as possible so your bunny...
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    What is your opinion on the brand Kaytee for food?

    There's ALL kinds of red flags in there. I wouldn't give that guano to LB. It'd go right in the trash. Actually, if it says Kaytee on it, I believe most any knowledged person walks the other way.
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    Best Litter Boxes & How To Create a Homeade Grate

    That's pretty cool @Happy Hollands , thanks for sharing.
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    My Backyard Bunny

    Happy birthday to you two. As for the YT channel, if you want to do that, do it. Pretty much in life, with a lot of things people will have different thoughts and bash people that don't abide by their thoughts. Nor would they care that you take way better care of outdoor Theo than many people...
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    Trying to gauge if the date of my rabbit's oncology consult is reasonable or if I'm just being a helicopter mom?

    I don't know anything about thymoma, however 5 days for a response with multiple tries from you? I'd be looking for a new vet. Covid or not, that's a complete lack of professionalism and customer service.
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    RHDV2 safety statements from Sherwood, Oxbow, & Small Pet Select

    Small Pet Select's Statement: https://shop.smallpetselect.com/pages/rabbit-hemorrhagic-disease-rhdv2-updates
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    Are these horse stall pellets safe for bunny litter?

    The one MajorV pictured above @Blue eyes : https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/tractor-supply-pine-pellet-stall-bedding-40-lb
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    Any recomendations for carriers 🤷🏼‍♀️ Thank You

    I found a cat/ankle biter dog sized hard carrier at either Ollie's or Big Lots for less than $20, then got one of those cat beds for $4 for inside. If you have some type of one of those outlet stores in your area, check it out if you wish to save a few $$$ I was at a chain pet store after that...
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    Are these horse stall pellets safe for bunny litter?

    That's interesting after doing a search on TS Canada's site they don't seem to have the TS branded ones you recommended to me Blue Eyes that are only available in the U.S.? https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/tractor-supply-pine-pellet-stall-bedding-40-lb
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    Binky-ing

    Came across this article on Twitter. Then I thought to myself, is Roger Teeter doing a binky? 🤣 http://www.simplyrabbits.com/why-do-rabbits-binky/
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