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    Default Saying hi and looking for some advice!

    Hello! I am totally new to this whole rabbit thing!! We are going to get a couple soon I am so excited and just doing lots of research into how to look after them! I have 2 cats (9 years old) and I want to know how to introduce the baby bunnies to them! Many thanks.

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    Hello and welcome to the forum.


    Friendly Rabbit Forum for over 16's. Come and join everyone else over here!!

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    Hiya . I haven't got cats I'm afraid but there are a few on here who have. Try editing your title to include the quetion abit... catty people will see it then

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    Hi! Thanks all for the welcome! Yes Samantha I am the person from MN! I guess you are the one who linked me to this site? Its great! Just trying to get the hang of it the only message boards I use are MN and this is a different set up!

    I did start another thread with cats in the title (good advice!) so I will go check that now!

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    Welcome to RU. All I can tell you about cats and bunnies is that our cats are scared of our buns!


    Please PM me or any of the other Forum Buddies if you need any help.

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    Welcome to RU. If you need any help at all, please PM either myself, or one of the other forum buddies.
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    Hi there and welcome.

    We have a big old rescue cat who is actually terrified of all of our rabbits.

    We actually had to move one of our housebuns outside as the cat got so ill with nerves (or so the vet thinks) that she has IBS and has episodes of gastritis. Since we moved him outside with his new wifeybun, she hasn't been ill once.

    I think this is pretty exceptional and I am sure that you won't have to worry as most cats get on perfectly with bunnies. Caroline (Cazzap) has a wonderful cat and she is rather taken with the buns.

    My friend Nathania also has two cats and they seem to get along very well with the pet bunnies, although I don't think that the wild rabbits who come into her garden are quite such good friends!!!


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