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This has had me giggling all evening.

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by Kammie, Apr 28, 2011.

  1. Kammie

    Kammie PetForums VIP

    Apr 4, 2009
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    I started trying food with Jack yesterday. Using the Ella's Kitchen pouches, which I use for the rabbits anyway when they go off their food. He loved the couple of spoonfuls he had yesterday so gave him a bit more today with his "dinner" bottle.

    George happened to get a scent of what I was feeding Jack (carrot, apples and parsnips). So Jack sat on my knee whilst I'm trying to hold the bowl and feed him, George jumps up on the sofa next to me climbing across my lap trying to get to the bowl and failing. He then realised Jack had some round his face and decided to go clean it off for him. George managed to lick Jack clean after each spoonful of food Jack had. Jack didn't seem to mind and I think George enjoyed his little treat.

    I love how gentle George and Ember are with Jack, when Jacks on the floor the go around him instead of over him and sit next to him. Silly George even lets Jack kick him on the nose if he decides to sit near Jacks feet whilst he's kicking his legs.

    So much for all the comments of "oh you'll have to get rid of them now you have a baby" and "you'll be putting them outside with the others now won't you?".
  2. hazyreality

    hazyreality PetForums VIP

    Jan 11, 2009
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    Oh bless them :) Sounds like they are the best of friends already!

    Animals are so adaptable, I dont understand people who get rid when babies come along :(

  3. Siany1234

    Siany1234 PetForums Junior

    Apr 28, 2011
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    Awww very sweet :D, when my guinea pigs had babies i couldnt part with them and ended up with looking after 5 of them :D
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