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    A bunny for my bunny?

    Thank you! So the bond Mookie and I have won't interfere with Mook connecting with our new friend?
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    A bunny for my bunny?

    Hey guys, I have an incredible Holland Lop named Mookie. We have an amazing relationship and bond because I am home most of the time and he ALWAYS gets attention. I've considered rescuing another bunny for all of the usual reasons: To help, to give a bunny a home, to give my bunny a playmate...
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    How to clean my very picky bunny

    Just so you guys know, he literally will NOT eat hay. I get it, I have to force it., But just want you guys to understand, he's not like your bunnies. At all. He WILL NOT eat hay. I will starve him since you guys say so, but I'm not joking when I say that's the only way he will eat it.
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    Goodbye Eclipse...

    I'm new, I don't know what to say. I have issues when it comes to people for some reason. Great comment, right? I love my little buddy, I always will. They will always be there and carry a bit of us with them. We are lucky to have them in our lives for the short bit that they are, and they...
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    How to clean my very picky bunny

    Excellent, my thing is he won't eat it. Thats on me, dammit.
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    How to clean my very picky bunny

    Thanks guys, I hope so, but my budget is tiny. I'm on disability and can't afford the 'good stuff', but know that Mookie will always be #1 in my finances... I will try to get my buddy the best.
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    How to clean my very picky bunny

    Thanks for the input. I've tried variations of Timothy hay from Kaytee, etc, I will keep trying. I'm sure I just spoiled my little buddy with greens, etc, and now it's time to crack down. Makes me sad but I know it is necessary.
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    How to clean my very picky bunny

    Thanks guys. I pretty much figured this was the case but didn't want to admit it. Any suggestions on hay?
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    How to clean my very picky bunny

    Ok, I've been sitting here on this site reading, and I've apparently been screwing up all along. Too much love, not enough intelligence. I need to feed Mookie hay, and let him figure out that that is it. It will kill me in initially, but I know it is for his best. Thanks for giving me a...
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    How to clean my very picky bunny

    Hi guys, so I have a 3 year old Holland Lop, Mookie. I don't work so I am home with him all the time, needless to say we have bonded incredibly. He loves to play, has never seen a cage and runs and investigates any new thing I can invent for him. However, he does not eat hay, at least not the...
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    My bunny is not a hay eater

    He eats about a quarter cup a day, but at 4lbs he's not as big as other rabbits. He definitely eats at least the recommended amount of greens. I absolutely spoiled him rotten until fairly recently with too much of his favorites (Cheerios, diced apples, carrots and celery), I know this is why...
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    My bunny is not a hay eater

    Wow, Mookie isn't even close to that. If I'm lucky he eats a quarter cup of hay over a couple of days. So, do I start working towards the proper diet slowly or just jump in and go full bore tomorrow? He won't be happy with me, but if it's in his best interest I'll definitely do it.
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    My bunny is not a hay eater

    Thanks for the quick reply. The packaging for the pellets I use (Small World complete rabbit feed) states that 'Hay and other forages can be fed, but are not required.'. I was hoping this was the case but I always take the marketing on packaging with a grain of salt. I'll start reducing his...
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    My bunny is not a hay eater

    Hi all, my nearly one year old male neutered Holland Lop, Mookie, barely eats his hay. When I originally got him at about 6 weeks he did, but gradually he just stopped. He does eat his high fiber pellets, and I round out his diet with leafy greens daily (mostly celery leaves). I have him...
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