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    cat chasing rabbit, just playing?

    yes, because letting a house cat and a rabbit be in the same room is aexactly the same as a baby crawling around a lion
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    cat chasing rabbit, just playing?

    She has a place she can go if she wants to get away. The cat pretty much stays away from her cage area, and the door is always open when she's out so she can get back into it whenever she feels like a snack or needs some water, or if she's just tired of people. Once Carmel is within a few feel...
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    cat chasing rabbit, just playing?

    A cat free area isn't possible with my house, short of putting the rabbit in a bedroom, which isn't happening. I'm not locking the cat away when the rabbit is out, either. The bunny approaches the other animals, sniffs them, interacts just fine. She doesn't act scared, and when the cat does...
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    cat chasing rabbit, just playing?

    She's only out if we're home, they're never unsupervised. Any ideas how to stop the cat from chasing the bunny? It's pretty hard to go against instinct, and like I said, Carmel won't run if she really doesn't want to.
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    cat chasing rabbit, just playing?

    My cat Roxy likes to chase our lion head Carmel sometimes. Carmel runs with her ears up, and not as fast as she can, until she gets near her cage, then turns around. At this point, Roxy stops dead in her tracks, and runs away as soon as Carmel moves. I've read that a rabbit running with its...
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    cat chasing the bunny

    Carmel the bunny gets along well with Kyle the dog and Roxy the cat. Kyle tends to be a bit protective when Roxy shows any real interest in her, which is the shepherd in him coming out. Roxy likes to chase Carmel, when Carmel runs she has her ears up and she doesn't run top speed, and when she...
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