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This is Meli. His name literally means Honey in Greek, as he's my Honey Bunny! He turns 4 this month and loves apples, sweet peppers, bananas, carrots, strawberries, and parsley. He also loves his bunny treats. His hobbies include lounging and watching cooking shows with mom, getting unlimited cuddles, snuggles, and pets, and playing with his favorite toys. The lil guy hasn't been feeling well lately, but I'm hoping this bunny forum will have people who know how to help him so he can continue to live his best bunny life.
 

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This is Meli. His name literally means Honey in Greek, as he's my Honey Bunny! He turns 4 this month and loves apples, sweet peppers, bananas, carrots, strawberries, and parsley. He also loves his bunny treats. His hobbies include lounging and watching cooking shows with mom, getting unlimited cuddles, snuggles, and pets, and playing with his favorite toys. The lil guy hasn't been feeling well lately, but I'm hoping this bunny forum will have people who know how to help him so he can continue to live his best bunny life.
He is strikingly handsome. 2 big pointers I have gotten from here is Hay lots of hay, mainly hay:) and a water dish instead of a drip water. High quality pellets like Sherwood are important too. Besides a nice environment and paying attention to the rabbit.
 
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He is strikingly handsome. 2 big pointers I have gotten from here is Hay lots of hay, mainly hay:) and a water dish instead of a drip water. High quality pellets like Sherwood are important too. Besides a nice environment and paying attention to the rabbit.
He has his water bowls, and I give him complete pellets daily. The ones he's eating currently are Oxbow and Selective Adults. And of course hay! We also make his treats. Like dried apples and chew balls that are predominantly Timothy Hay and Oats. :)
 

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