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Mariam+Theo

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Welcome! Your bunny is so cute!
My rabbit is housed outdoors and I have had no problems with predators/pest. Though, I think you made a great decision by bringing him inside. If I could bring mine inside I would in a heartbeat!
If you ever have to move him outside I would recommend welded wire so that raccoons can't rip through it (they can rip through chicken wire).
And, I agree that you should get him neutered. I didn't get my rabbit neutered until he was almost 2, and he was super territorial.
 

Hermelin

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Hope your bunny will enjoy living indoors. Myself have outdoor bunnies but it’s only because one of my bunnies will get stressed indoors and become destructive.

If you manage to bunny safe a room and let him play with the family. The bunny will be like a cat, follow people around, bumping head to get petting, begging for treats and you can never go to a bathroom alone. At least that’s how it is with my bunnies indoor, it’s the same with the outdoor bunny when she comes in. They are really social pets, when they bond with the family and they will show in their own cute way how happy they are [emoji5]

Good luck with Charlie, he’s a really cute bunny [emoji195]
 

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