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Old 02-06-2016, 08:11 PM   #11
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When I kept rabbits they were in different pens in the garden. My son.....(the one that was interested in tits) started to say he had seen baby rabbits in the garden......what rubbish...... until we discovered the female rabbit had dug her way into the male and the resulting babes were living underground in a snug burrow!!! It got a bit tricky as Sylvester our wonderful ginger tom cat began taking an interest. He had 'previous' as he would collect baby rabbits from a neighbours multi rabbit farm!!! X x x hugs x x
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Old 22-09-2016, 06:16 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Fred123 View Post
We had 2 beautiful rabbits, but sadly one died today. She was the runt of the letter and always a bit weedy, but she was a lovely girl and so friendly.

My problem, other than explaining this to my son, is that we now have one rabbit who is only 2 years old and destined for a life on her own. I know that rabbits are a nightmare to introduce and can fight, but I also know they are social animals and need companionship.

Anybody any idea what to do? Do I leave her on her or introduce a new companion or 2?
A guinea pig for a female rabbit makes for a good companion. Never introduce a guinea pig into a cage with an un-neutered male though. You can imagine what happens. The guinea pig will not thank you.
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