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  1. chofamily

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

    Yep. We have. It’s not the cords but the chewing & ripping. The huge heavy duty pad we use in the bunny enclosure protects the carpet & when it’s chewed up & ripped & destroyed, the carpet is exposed & subject to the same treatment. The pad has already been replaced 1x b/c of damage. I’ll...
  2. chofamily

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

    Both bunnies are neutered. Popper is on a diet consisting of: 1/4-1/3 cup pet select rabbit pellets (each bunny has both a pellet bowl, water bowl & hay source in their cage; they both go in the others cage during daytime hours b/c the doors are kept open, so exact amount is unknown), unlimited...
  3. chofamily

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

    Neutered not spayed🤦🏼‍♀️ Sorry.
  4. 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...
  5. chofamily

    Gizmo needs a home- Illinois

    Did you rehome her successfully? I have a dwarf Hotot that I need to rehome & I live in Elgin.
  6. 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...
  7. chofamily

    Holland lop is deaf- issue?

    The sudden scrambling to hide when he was startled actually was the tip off to me. As a person with pet experience, I usually am approaching with my hand out for sniffing, petting & chin scratches. I think the deafness is why our 2nd bunny, Popper the rescue dwarf Hotot, is so loyal and...
  8. 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 &...
  9. 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...
  10. chofamily

    Dwarf Hotot jumped over 3’ enclosure wall

    Q: how long do you intend to have the 2 bunnies only separated by an enclosure wall? And do you intend to try for cohabitation? We’re nervous that bonding will fail b/c of the personality differences of the 2 bunnies. We’re trying it b/c they’re so young. Mochi, the Lop/7 months, is super...
  11. chofamily

    Dwarf Hotot jumped over 3’ enclosure wall

    Ye We were shocked too. I wonder if he still remembers being ‘free’ as a younger baby, as a he was rescued from a forest preserve (dumped👎🏻), before being fostered at a vet. He keeps trying to escape, even after failing a jump and getting hung up on the wall (literally belly hanging‼️). Every...
  12. chofamily

    Dwarf Hotot jumped over 3’ enclosure wall

    Thanks! I was afraid that we’d have to up the height. 🤦🏼‍♀️Luckily, both are neutered as the Hotot was neutered at the animal shelter. Now, as the 2 males acclimate, the smaller Hotot is being ‘held’ in the portable collapsible enclosure (w/ supervision) placed within the bunny enclosure or in...
  13. 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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