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    New bunny, not eating or pooping

    Hello, I adopted a two year old bunny from my someone yesterday. My problem is this bunny has not pooped and has not eaten much hay, greens, or pellets. Here is some info: The previous family is not bunny savy, and have other problems preventing them from being in the position to change. Their...
  2. Rozhiin

    Forced to leave my bunny forever

    Hello bunny owners, This has been bothering me for the past few days and I thought no one can understand me better than the people who have bunnies themselves. So, I am a foreign student in Germany. I am Persian, came to Germany about 2 years ago to study. About 5 months ago, I bought a bunny...
  3. Hartlea

    Moved to New House...Nervous Bunny

    hi! I have one adorable Holland Lop, and yesterday morning, we moved into a new duplex together (along with my parrot). Initially, he actually didn’t seem THAT scared... I was somewhat pleasantly surprised. However, this morning (after our first night here) he seems much more skittish and...
  4. R

    Need a home

    I have two female Rex mix rabbits that need a home. They are mother daughter pair.
  5. D

    Bonded-Pair of House-Rabbits Seek Caring Home (Raleigh/Durham, N.C. area)

    Thelma & Louise are a sweet bonded-pair of 2-year-old female (Lionhead x Holland Lop) house rabbits. They are life-long besties who have lived with a loving couple since 8-weeks old, but now the couple's new human baby demands all their attention, so Thelma and Louise are seeking a new indoor...
  6. J

    mini lop having trouble adjusting to new home

    Hello I recently took in a year and a half old mini lop bunny from an owner who couldn't keep him anymore due to her other rabbit disliking him. the first weekend I had with him he seemed fine, he ran around happily enjoyed being held and humped his favorite toy relentlessly. it seemed he was...
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