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  1. chofamily

    Rabbits rescued in UK

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  2. chofamily

    2 bonded males fighting & humping out of the blue

    I read in an older post that bunnies could pull hair out when they played. Q: is pulling out clumps not unusual? Have they always played like this? I’m trying to research if this is normal behavior that we hadn’t seen until recently. Yesterday, I came home & my son showed me a video of them...
  3. chofamily

    White heavy fluid in litter box overnight. Need help!

    This morning, when cleaning up the bunny cages, I noticed that Popper the Dwarf Hotot had this white heavy fluid over his poops. Looks more recent than his overnight urine that is absorbed into the litter pellets. Other than 1) us giving the bunnies their nighttime greens in their cages (b/c...
  4. chofamily

    Nail trimming advice needed

    My dwarf Hotot hates getting picked up. At first sign of grabbing hands, he runs & hides; if my son catches him, he violently wiggles, scratches until he breaks free and runs away. He only permits petting and grooming when he’s safely on the ground or on our ‘grooming bed’ (cat bed we use for...
  5. chofamily

    grooming when molting

    how to groom better, especially when molting? our frosty Holland Lop is molting for the first time. He’ll be a year old in a few days. We have the Hair buster comb & he gets daily grooming on all visible areas of fur when he’s just sitting there. We’ve not groomed his belly nor his other areas...
  6. chofamily

    What wire is safe for bunnies?

    I am repurposing a huge solid wood tv armoire into a multi-level bunny condo. I need to replace the inset wood panels of the solid wood doors w/ wire. I have a dwarf Hotot that’s a chewer & Lop that follows his lead when he thinks the chewing leads to FREEDOM!- though it doesn’t. They’re only...
  7. chofamily

    Popper - dwarf Hotot- needs a new home- Chicagoland area

    Our 2nd bunny, Popper, is a dwarf Hotot who is approximately 6 months old. He’s a spayed male, fully litter trained & friendly with both other rabbits & people. Currently, he is kept in a cage only at night (when we go to bed) & roams in a 6’x6’ enclosure attached to 2 XL cages, hanging out with...
  8. chofamily

    Would it be detrimental if one of the bunnies is rehomed?

    We rescued our 2nd bunny Popper, a dwarf Hotot, 2 months ago & he is now bonded with our 1st bunny. They’re both younger than 1yr. Old. Now, because of the destructive tendencies of this dwarf bunny to chew up everything, my husband says we have to rehome him. Popper is never without items to...
  9. chofamily

    Holland lop is deaf- issue?

    Is there any health effects we should be worried about if our bunny is deaf? We’ve suspected for a long while, but recently concluded that our 10 month Holland lop is deaf. He’s a strictly indoor bunny. I can vacuum right next to him & he doesn’t flinch while the other bunny tucks tail &...
  10. chofamily

    Will previous humping behavior affect future bonding attempts

    Rabbits are both neutered males, with the 4 month old longer than the 7 mo old; younger rabbit is a dwarf Hotot and other a Holland lop. They’re kept separate except for being cage neighbors, but the lop has gone to extremes to be by the Hotot. Sniffing thru the bars of their side-by-side cages...
  11. chofamily

    Dwarf Hotot jumped over 3’ enclosure wall

    Hello! I need some advice. Please advise what we can do to keep the Dwarf Hotot within the walls of the enclosure. Also, if we trim down his nails (still safe length) to be closer to the quick, will he be less likely to go on the tile? The newest member of our family is a 4-month old dwarf...
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