Ohhhh... we used to have a "house rabbit" and he was adorable but he would eat ANYTHING. One time he ate an entire pencil, wood, lead, and eraser, and left only the metal ring. You're lucky he didn't eat your hoop!
quote:Originally posted by MJ You're lucky he didn't eat your hoop!
Yes, I know! Mine is a house rabbit too and although most of the time he's well behaved, we do have to be careful about what we leave lying around and make sure he's got plenty of his own toys to distract him from the furniture.
I'm actually trying to find him a new home at the moment because we're moving back to Australia at the end of the year (rabbits are illegal in Australia) and it's quite difficult to find someone who's willing to let him continue his free range lifestyle. I can understand that people may not be used to the idea of keeping a rabbit like a cat or a dog, but after a life of free reign, I really can't see him becoming a hutch bunny. Whoever takes him on though will have to keep an eye on their stitching!
quote:Originally posted by Fabala Once you're there, you can go to a pet store and buy one.
Only in NSW, in all other states they're hands down no exceptions illegal. Poor bunnies.
Yes, Australia's "rabbit-proof fence" is one of the few man-made things you can see from outerspace apparently. Fabulous, isn't it?