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    My rabbit room smells of 'Rabbit' that's the only way I can describe it. It's not a bad smell though!

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    No. If they do start to wiff it's usually us late changing the tray.
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    Nope, no smell here either. When I put fresh hay out I can smell that for a short while and if I'm right near his cage I can smell when he's had a wee for a minute or so afterwards but nothing else.
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    OH said last night "you know how babies smell ofJohnsons stuff?"...... "Our room smells of baby bunny now" not entirely sure what he was on about I could just smellhay but according to him baby bunnies smell different

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    The litter tray smells if I dont clean it out, but other than that, no. My bedroom smells like hay, but thats a nice smell.

    My boy Barney used to smell when he was unneutered, he smelled of male bunny sex hormones which smells like weed, and I also find shavings really stink - but other than that, no.

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    I don't think so, although I'm used to hay smell. When I take him to my parents I sometimes notice it smells a little "bunny" first thing but that's usually because the door to the room he stays in is closed overnight but I clean his tray and it's fine. I don't notice it here. I think it's mostly just hay smell.

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    When I had unneutered males living in my room it stunk to high heaven because all were scenting everywhere. Now all are neutered, we only get a smell if one is ill. Mostly we smell of hay.
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    no it just smells of hay here. and rabbits and piggies, that smell they have. it's not a horrible smell. alot of delivery men have commented to my o/h that our house smells like fresh grass though. (that's thanks to the lovely hay for pets hay by the way! )

    my mum did say i smell of rabbit though, i don't think she meant it to be a compliment but i took it as one anyway because they smell lovely.
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    hi, ive found that its smelly for a while after he has done a wee then ok, i change litter tray twice a day and hope that my house doesnt smell and im just used to it, but i adore the scent of freshly done out cages, find it theraputic.x

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    well I used to keep horses and when I got the buns I remember thinking mmm it smells like home again. It is a farmy smell but I like it and don't find it unpleasant at all. My mum hates it though

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