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My housebunnies and sugar gliders!

Discussion in 'Small Animal Photo Galleries' started by xdayle, Feb 9, 2012.


  1. xdayle

    xdayle PetForums Member

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    I have 3 bunnies that live in my house, they have free range of the kitchen and occasionally join us in the living room, although they prefer to lay out by the radiator under the kitchen table!
    Charlie is about 4 years old and is a seal point, Whisper is 2 and a chocolate otter and Jasper is a blue eyed white whos also 2, and they're all mini lops

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    And here are my gliders - 2 brothers almost 3 years old and crazy little pets! Munchkin & Pushkin!

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  2. emzybabe

    emzybabe PetForums VIP

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    :) beautiful bunnies

    how friendly are your gliders?
     
  3. swatton42

    swatton42 PetForums Senior

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    JEALOUS!!!

    I would love a pair of sugars.
     
  4. xdayle

    xdayle PetForums Member

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    They are extremely friendly, will jump on anyone , even the dogs! Although I find in winter mine are much less active and prefer to sleep in my dressing gown than run around.

    I am thinking about rehoming my gliders though, as im due a baby in a few months so I won't be able to give them as much free range time incase they jump on baby and hurt him. And I don't think it's fair on them to not be able to play out every night :(
     
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    emzybabe PetForums VIP

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    awww they sounds like lovely friendly guys. I would love some if you do make the decision to rehome them let me know.
     
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    emzybabe PetForums VIP

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    oh also just had a thought I have to keep my hedgehogs above 18 degrees so I put a heat mat under their bed. I thought gliders also need to be kept warm
     
  7. xdayle

    xdayle PetForums Member

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    Yeah they have a heater over one of their pouches and they always sleep in that pouch
     
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    xdayle PetForums Member

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    hi, i am going to rehome my gliders & wondered if you were interested. can't find how to PM you though? x
     
  9. Angelaa95

    Angelaa95 PetForums Newbie

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    Aww..I love ur bunnies :D They're so adorable :blush:
     
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    axnxixa PetForums Newbie

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    I am interested if you still have them :)
     
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    tailtickle PetForums Senior

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    Lovely to hear this. They presumably use a Litter Tray too.

    (It is so sad when a rabbit is strictly confined to a Hutch).

    Beautiful photos.


    tailtickle :)
     
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