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  1. lauratunes12

    safe food?

    Other than a short time on Sherwood Forest(my dad got cranky about the price) she has been eating the plain Small World pellets and getting plenty of normal hay. So I'm not sure why he bought the other stuff all of a sudden. We complained that the bunny couldn't eat it, and my stepmom said...
  2. lauratunes12

    safe food?

    I ended up having to give her some, because I just found out that she hasn't eaten in two days and we don't have any hay because "the food has hay in it". I picked out all the little extra bits though. Which was hard, because it was only like 10% pellet. It's chock full of oat seeds, corn...
  3. lauratunes12

    safe food?

    Is Wild Harvest Advanced Nutrition Diet "okay"? Has anyone tried it? My dad went to Walmart for bunny food(I don't love it, but it's something) and he came back with it all proud of himself for getting a healthy food. It has "fruits, vegetables, and seeds" and is from Walmart so I looked at...
  4. lauratunes12

    Faith-bug

    This is her "please!" face.
  5. lauratunes12

    Faith-bug

    Cleaning her face...
  6. lauratunes12

    Faith-bug

    I bought a fake rat to scare my parents(it worked, but that's a whole different story) and out of curiosity, I put it next to Faith. The little cutie chinned it then started grooming it. It's not going to happen, but I think the little turd would make a great momma. (Now I can only post one...?)
  7. lauratunes12

    Faith-bug

    It's been forever since I've posted in here, but I finally got some good pictures the other day, so I thought I would show you all a bit of the princess herself. The poor girl also had to incur the wrath of my autistic stepbrother, who was being super naughty because it was just my stepsister...
  8. lauratunes12

    Flop litters...first group are 8 weeks now and the second just hit 4 weeks.

    Oh my goodness, they are all too cute! The broken opal doe baby has a grump face. :)
  9. lauratunes12

    In Heat, On Cycle?

    :yeahthat: Also, if your rabbit seems to have the same "cycle" as you, it could be that you are hormonal and she is picking up on your emotions and mirroring it. I know when humans are stressed, it can make bunnies stressed as well.
  10. lauratunes12

    Doesn't want to be picked up

    Our bunny bred in a good breeding situation hates being picked up. That is just how some bunnies are. We usually pick ours up with two hands on her sides, then put one hand under her bottom and one hand on her side to prevent her jumping out of our arms(she has done it before, freaked me out)...
  11. lauratunes12

    Your Favorite Game to Play with Your Human

    I wike to do what my mommies say is "wevitation". I make myself pop stwaight up, den move over in de air to get on de couch!
  12. lauratunes12

    This poor family

    There is just something about this story not adding up, and I can't figure out who or what to believe because of it. Somebody is leaving some information out somewhere.
  13. lauratunes12

    do rabbits (and other animals too) like it when we sing to them?

    My bunny is a lot calmer when I sing to her, but it's the same if I talk to her. My friend's horse is an anxious one, and she sings to him and he calms down right away. Talking, for her horse, doesn't do that.
  14. lauratunes12

    Stop me, I want a new bunny!!!

    Zoe did put it perfectly. My parents told us that we would either have to get rid of a pet or a kid if we wanted a new pet. I just got my first pet almost two years ago, and it was so exciting when we first got her! But now my stepsister and I both want another dog and another bunny. Neither...
  15. lauratunes12

    Show me on dis chart where your hooman snuggled you

    My mommies know that I like the "Yes" places, so they give me pets there when I sit still and tell them to pet me, but when I'm trying to run around they touch me all over and say that I need to get used to hoomans touching me. I'm used to it, I just don't like being picked up!
  16. lauratunes12

    You know you're obsessed with rabbits when...

    When your rabbit(s) have a better diet than you do. Agree with the picking up poop. My stepmom freaks when we have Faith out and she poops all over. (we clean it up, she just doesnt like the thought of poop touching the floor at all) I'm like "what, it's just poop! See? *picks it up*"
  17. lauratunes12

    Dont know the sex of this rabbit

    Hahahaha! Yes, looks like a girl.
  18. lauratunes12

    Shaking head possibly be a happy thing

    Can bunnies shaking their heads ever be a happy thing? When I came downstairs to feed Faith this morning, she shook her head, then I opened up her cage and she shook her head for several seconds then twitched up like a mini binky then started munching on the hay I gave her. She seems otherwise...
  19. lauratunes12

    How to educate family?

    Usually he doesn't. They made a rule that if neither my stepsister nor I is home, nobody is taking care of the bunny. We either have to leave her with extra food if we know that we will both be gone or we have to pay them off. Not sure what sparked him wanting to take care of her, especially...
  20. lauratunes12

    How to educate family?

    I'm getting mini bales of Kaytee hay from our local Runnings. Their bunny selection is tiny, but it's that or the pet store. We are almost out on litter, we've been using the recycled paper stuff, which we got in a huge bag at the good pet store we have. I can check at the Runnings when we...
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