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Zarla
30-11-2019, 12:44 PM
A bunny off his lead in a snowy forest! 😱😭

https://www.instagram.com/p/B5SdaTOHyBR/?igshid=1x3bd4ufyhcfd

tonibun
30-11-2019, 04:21 PM
I am not going to look! :cry:

Pets mum
30-11-2019, 04:23 PM
No nor me !

joey&boo
30-11-2019, 04:37 PM
I'm not saying its responsible or something I'd choose to do with my rabbits (it isn't) but although the risks are obvious I can't help thinking at least s/he is having some fun, probably gets some attention (even if not always the right kind) ...its neglect I can't cope with, the lonely hutch bunnies with none of their needs met :(

Graciee
30-11-2019, 05:14 PM
I'm not saying its responsible or something I'd choose to do with my rabbits (it isn't) but although the risks are obvious I can't help thinking at least s/he is having some fun, probably gets some attention (even if not always the right kind) ...its neglect I can't cope with, the lonely hutch bunnies with none of their needs met :(Yea I agree tbh, that rabbit looks like its having an amazing time [emoji38] it's a bit scary though, I used to take Clementine out with me she really enjoyed it, because we were in a flat and she could eat grass etc, she couldn't properly hop so no chance of losing her [emoji38] but she would just be glued to the grass the whole time then we'd go home and she'd have a nap [emoji38]

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bunny momma
30-11-2019, 06:59 PM
I cannot look either. I once lost a bunny inside, then she suddenly appeared.

William
30-11-2019, 08:06 PM
Ah the rabbit probably enjoys it though!

I'm sure there's risks - not sure where that person lives but likely there's wild animals or dogs who could be around.

But there's risks in your own backyard too, with predators, possibility of escape etc.

As long as you take the risks into consideration I'm ok with it.

Zarla
01-12-2019, 04:39 PM
I am fine with the lead, the snow and the forest, but I know that if I'd let any of mine off a lead like that in a forest they wouldn't have come back like little dogs when I called. But this lady seems to have trained her bunnies and they both come running to her when she says their name.

Graciee
01-12-2019, 04:41 PM
I am fine with the lead, the snow and the forest, but I know that if I'd let any of mine off a lead like that in a forest they wouldn't have come back like little dogs when I called. But this lady seems to have trained her bunnies and they both come running to her when she says their name.Yea it is possible, two of mine do that :)

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mikek
01-12-2019, 04:59 PM
LOL, i'm amazed you can even get a harness on a bunny. it would be easier to stuff an angry otter into an envelope than get Pepper in a harness.

Graciee
01-12-2019, 05:02 PM
LOL, i'm amazed you can even get a harness on a bunny. it would be easier stuffing an angry otter into an envelope than getting Pepper into a harness.[emoji38][emoji38][emoji38][emoji38][emoji38]

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loobers25
01-12-2019, 07:40 PM
LOL, i'm amazed you can even get a harness on a bunny. it would be easier to stuff an angry otter into an envelope than get Pepper in a harness.Preach it Mikey

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