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Ok guys here you finally pics of my bonded four!!!

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by crofty, Jul 28, 2009.


  1. crofty

    crofty PetForums VIP

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    My beautiful four bonded bunnies, they have the whole garage and sofa cushions and free range when i get in from work in the garden, they do have a run too of course :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

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  2. emzybabe

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    :) they look so happy
     
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    are they all girls or a mix?
     
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    What gorgeous buns!! Such a beaut sight to see them all together :D
     
  5. DevilDogz

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    wow they are gorgeous great pictures!
     
  6. crofty

    crofty PetForums VIP

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    2 boys 2 girls, dreamer and tinkerbell were a bonded pair, and joey and saffy were a bonded pair, it was the most stressful thing ive ever done took over 4 weeks and 2 weeks of sleepless nights!!! I really thought several times I was going to have to chicken out and seperate them but god was it worth it i love seeing them all together and happy :)

    Thanks guys! x
     
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    Really glad u managed to work it out :) did the boys fight more than the girls?
     
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    Finally!

    They look extremely happy. Wanna take my two? They'd love your garden.
     
  9. crofty

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    No they all took turns to be naughty!! Dreamer was the best but he's bottom of the pekking order.
     
  10. crofty

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    Yeh why not more the merrier!! ;)
     
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    No TInk was the best she always is.... Great pics Well Done I knew you could do it!
     
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    Those are gorgeous happy bunnies.
     
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    wooooohooooo well done huni you have done a brilliant job i hope your proud of yourself!!
     
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    is he the smallest? just wonder how these bunny minds work? I bet its much easier now there all together
     
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    Crofty - they're all beautiful!!! All such different colours. I loved the photos - especially the last one!
    Jacqui
     
  16. GSDlover4ever

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    i use to let my bunnie jake have free run of the garden - sadly he passed away last year.

    i woul dlove to have a few bunnies - but sadly i dont have a garden anymore!

    how do you get the bunnies to come to you!

    i trained jake with a treat ball - i use to rattle it and he would come running for a treat and then when he didn't notice me - i would do it again. he got the message - luckily enough he loved his food!

    also do you get any other animals coming into your garden? - possibly cats, foxes - i always worried about that!
     
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    they look so happy all together.

    Can my three come on holiday to your garden it looks like bunny heaven? They must love the bushes to hide in.
     
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    Aww they are all in love!

    Now tell me where you live and ill come collect them :D
     
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    wow love he piccies all look so cute together x
     
  20. crofty

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    I spend alot of time with my buns, dreamer was very nervous when i got him, they are all rescues so have different backgrounds. Joey and saffy i rescued as baby buns, they lived indoors for the first six months and come running when i call 'bunnies' lol i normally give them a treat for coming and they quite like chasing me round the garden :) They are in a routine of coming in for their food in the evening, they are not allowed free range unless i am there, they have a garage to themselves and i have a 6ftx8ft run too. They have free range between 5.30 and 9pm everyday and then whole days at the weekend usually unless we go out for abit. I have house cats so have only seen one cat come into the garden, my bengal goes mad at the window so i have never seen it again, i wouldnt risk leaving them out without me there, also theres the risk of birds of prey. :)
     
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