The Bunny Chat Thread - For Bunny Owners

KingB

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View attachment 2431288 Why is my black bunny doing this? It’s a female and not spayed. She is with my m lion head mix which I was told is female. I’ve never seen any mating or anything either.
Sometimes they will make a nest for no reason at all. Mine have done it in the past.
I would recommend getting your lion head bunny sex checked though
 

FortCluck

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Sometimes they will make a nest for no reason at all. Mine have done it in the past.
I would recommend getting your lion head bunny sex checked though
I can do it myself... I know how to do it. The person who gifted it to me knows how to do it as well. Both learned from a vet.

My bunnies are just being funny like usual I guess.
 

FortCluck

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Haha yeah ok. Rabbits can be weird sometimes. It's called a false pregnancy incase you wanted to Google it.
I breed pet rabbits so I have seen a bit of stuff...
I just got these last year from a friend because he wanted my ducks. I do not plan on breeding them. I just use their poop in my gardens and compost. It makes them grow amazing that is for sure.
 

ChocolateMouse

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@A Peacock called Penelope

Oh no! I'm so sorry for your loss. D:

View attachment 2431288 Why is my black bunny doing this? It’s a female and not spayed. She is with my m lion head mix which I was told is female. I’ve never seen any mating or anything either.

False pregnancy. Very common in good moms in my experience.

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Here's a picture I have of a 13-14 week kit nesting. She was separated from her male siblings at 7 weeks.
 

FortCluck

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BeanBoy

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Hey y’all, so my rabbit is going into the vet to get fixed on Friday. What type of carrier should I bring him in? A plastic one or would a fabric/soft plasticy feeling one be better because it has a removable soft bottom (like it’s solid, but there’s a soft carpet square that Velcros on). Also, besides hay, what else should I bring with him?
Thanks in advance
 

KingB

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Hey y’all, so my rabbit is going into the vet to get fixed on Friday. What type of carrier should I bring him in? A plastic one or would a fabric/soft plasticy feeling one be better because it has a removable soft bottom (like it’s solid, but there’s a soft carpet square that Velcros on). Also, besides hay, what else should I bring with him?
Thanks in advance
I usually use my cat carrier or a cardboard box with hay/straw in the bottom to make it softer. A towel would work
 

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