Oh. My. Gosh. That’s a very smart bunn! And I really agree, my lazy bun would soooooo do this.
Thanks myhouserabbit.com for cracking me up when I’m feeling down! A week ago My two pet rabbits were taken to a boarder that my friend, a house rabbit owner recommended and my sweet little Chevrolet (that’s my bunnys name) did not survive. They had a dachshund dog on the property and he got into the rabbits pen. The dog supposedly dislocated his leg and tore his ears and he died from shock, while my other female bun Dakota screamed with shock. I am so upset with them. They called me when I was OUT OF THE STATE with the news and I just broke down. Am probably never ever boarding my rabbit again. The worst part is my female(both buns has been spayed and neutered.) rabbit was bonded to him and ever since has been biting and is very depressed. Hubby and I don’t know what to do. Would you recommend getting her another bunfriend? Or will she just bite and attack him or her? We are really worried about her health and overall well being. She has lived with Chevy almost her whole 2 year life, so will she accept any new bunfriends? I know the bonding is always tough at first, but after a while will she accept another bunny like she did Chevs? Any help would be apreciated, and if you could just tell me some ways I could help her, our family would really be grateful. We are so upset over Chevs’s death….. Believe me my housebun owners, it’s the worst way to lose your furry friend. So if you can tell us anything to help Kota, We would really appreciate that. Rip Chevs. >(*.*)<