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Let Me Out by MissDoppelganger Let Me Out by MissDoppelganger
This isn't my bunny, but a bunny I saw at the breeder's house. I had to capture this moment!
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indagold Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2012  Student Digital Artist
aw. I have bunnies who always do that, either they want hugs or food but mostly hugs.
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MissDoppelganger Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2012  Student Filmographer
Awww. :aww:
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Isolds-tears Featured By Owner May 3, 2012  Student General Artist
Poor Bunny! That doesn't look like a very comfortable cage...
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MissDoppelganger Featured By Owner May 4, 2012  Student Filmographer
I know. )':
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AlexandraRokk Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
BUNNY!!!! :heart:
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MissDoppelganger Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Student Filmographer
YEAH! <3
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sidd-says-gimme Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012
Adorable bunny! In response to what someone said about wire bottomed cages, they are actually not bad for a rabbit's feet as long as they are given something to sit on and the wire itself is thick enough. I have both solid and wire bottomed cages and the only rabbits to get sore feet were actually the ones in the cages with solid bottoms. The wire is much more sanitary for the animal and allows air to get at the animal's feet.
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Isolds-tears Featured By Owner May 3, 2012  Student General Artist
Wire bottomed actually aren't better. As an experienced House Bunny care taker, I can confirm that it is better for rabbits to have solid bottoms. Furthermore, rabbits should not be kept outside if they are companions or pets. They can be bothered by the weather, wild animals, and stressed by the small quarters. You'll never see your rabbit develop to his/her full potential in sub-par living conditions.
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usisi Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012
Your solid bottom rabbits didn't have a bedding soft enough or you didn't keep the cage clean or both. In my country wire bottom cages are illegal and everyone lives in solid bottom cages, but even my 10 year old rabbits have never gotten sore feet.
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sidd-says-gimme Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012
Interesting, since my rabbits are inside and I clean their cages every second day to prevent any smell. I use litter boxes with blankets on the bottom of the cage. That's your experience. My point was not that solid-bottomed cages cause sore feet, but that it's ridiculous to accuse someone of not caring about their animals just because they think wire bottoms are "cruel".
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