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Count As High As You Can Before spitfirecream15 posts!!!

Discussion in 'Games, Jokes, and Fun!' started by spitfirecream15, Dec 24, 2014.

  1. spitfirecream15

    spitfirecream15 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The title basically gives all the instructions! But this is counting by 10's! I'm still going to be posting a 0 but you can count by tens.
    So- start!
     
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    BantamLover21 Overrun With Chickens

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    spitfirecream15 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have a question about my rabbits. I have 4 females, 1 mom and 3 kids, and they fight like they're possed! Any way to stop that?
     
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  4. BantamLover21

    BantamLover21 Overrun With Chickens

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    How old are your fighting rabbits? Are they all living together? Despite what many people would think at first glance (after all rabbits are cute, gentle things, right?), rabbits are actually very territorial creatures. Even though they live in large burrow colonies in the wild, rabbits are not extremely social creatures. They interact, but prefer to be alone.

    If your baby rabbits are older than 6 weeks or so and are still living with their mother, the fighting is probably a sign that they have been weaned and need to be separated. Mother rabbits are usually excellent mothers, but a time always comes when the mother will turn her babies away--that is just how nature works. Separating your rabbits will stop the fighting (if living together is the cause).

    Separating means giving each rabbit its own cage/area, or housing rabbits that get along with eachother together. Young rabbits (under 5 months or so) may be able to live peacefully together until they fully mature.
     
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  5. spitfirecream15

    spitfirecream15 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    They are about 6 months old. I have 1 living by herself with my chickens but the other 3 are together. I can separate them, though. A couple years ago I had to sisters.They lived together peacefully for almost 2 years, they even raised kids together. One day they just started ripping each others fur out so I had to separate them.
    Thanks for the info. Really appriciate it.
    Happy holidays!
     
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    spitfirecream15 Chillin' With My Peeps

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