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spinecho
07-10-2015, 08:08 AM
I've mentioned in another post that we used to have such a lovely lawn pre-bunnies!;)

My wife last night said to me that there is no part of our garden that isn't influenced by bunnies or hasn't got bunny stuff!:lol:

Has anyone else found that bunnies take over your life and property?;)

Sarah1991
07-10-2015, 08:25 AM
The next thing will be finding hay EVERYWHERE. I've got indoor bunnies and there's not a thing in my house that doesn't have hay or fur on it...

Kosu
07-10-2015, 08:26 AM
In my garden i have two sheds one walk in run, 9 hutches, 2 large runs with tubes connecting them to the sheds, and 6 smaller runs.

I think its been taken over by me and the rabbits (and guinea pigs), just a little bit...

spinecho
07-10-2015, 08:46 AM
The next thing will be finding hay EVERYWHERE. I've got indoor bunnies and there's not a thing in my house that doesn't have hay or fur on it...
:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: Our garden is covered in hay! It gets EVERYWHERE!!!

spinecho
07-10-2015, 08:47 AM
In my garden i have two sheds one walk in run, 9 hutches, 2 large runs with tubes connecting them to the sheds, and 6 smaller runs.

I think its been taken over by me and the rabbits (and guinea pigs), just a little bit...

I'm not there yet - just 2 hutches 2 runs and one large run on grass! Won't be long!

*lily*
07-10-2015, 08:58 AM
The dining area in our kitchen diner has been taken over by Piggies. Not even sure how this happened as they originally lived in the garage....

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SJH
07-10-2015, 09:14 AM
I live in a warren.

There are currently VetBed mats throughout the house whilst Hector's foot recovers.

The kitchen is a tip with rabbit food scattered across the floor because the bowl "needs to be thrown"

Yesterday, I foraged in a rain storm. The neighbours think I am a little odd.

The fridge, bath and airing cupboard are routinely full of leaves.

However, absolutely none of this matters. :love:



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spinecho
07-10-2015, 09:18 AM
Glad I've got outside bunny!!!!! Lol

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Silly 'bunny mummy'!!!
07-10-2015, 10:10 AM
We've just got a new car but only because we could get 4 bales of hay in the back!! Wouldn't have got it if not!! Just love my bunnies :love:

*lily*
07-10-2015, 10:16 AM
We've just got a new car but only because we could get 4 bales of hay in the back!! Wouldn't have got it if not!! Just love my bunnies :love:

:lol:

Fellie
07-10-2015, 10:21 AM
Buns live in 2 bedrooms of my 3 bedroom house - and the have the landing and my bedroom as free range areas. As they are in pairs and take turns in free ranging - you can imagine the amount of territory marking poop there is:lol:. They use a guitar case as a toilet under the bed - so that gets pongy too. And there is of course hay everywhere.

The big storage cupboard on the landing - is full of bunny stuff.

My bathroom is where I administer their meds into their food - so bits of pellets and bunny bikkies all over the floor.

I shared a post on Facebook

"Cleaning your house when you have rabbits, is like brushing your teeth whilst eating an Oreo cookie":lol::lol::lol: - so true!!!

And downstairs belongs to the dogs - so not much better really :D

And I wouldn't change a thing - I love every minute of it - mess and all.:love:

tulsi
07-10-2015, 04:35 PM
Downstairs at ours belongs to the dogs.

The rabbits have 3 sheds outside. Know what you mean about hay!!!

bunslave
07-10-2015, 08:18 PM
Buns live in 2 bedrooms of my 3 bedroom house - and the have the landing and my bedroom as free range areas. As they are in pairs and take turns in free ranging - you can imagine the amount of territory marking poop there is:lol:. They use a guitar case as a toilet under the bed - so that gets pongy too. And there is of course hay everywhere.

The big storage cupboard on the landing - is full of bunny stuff.

My bathroom is where I administer their meds into their food - so bits of pellets and bunny bikkies all over the floor.
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Omg! This is my house. 3 bedrooms, 1 pair in one and a single lad in another sharing in turns landing and my room at free range time. Bathroom is litter tray cleaning area :-)
Downstairs not dogs but another single in the lounge and a pair in kitchen/diner and conservatory who share the garden and run. Hay madness!! :-)