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Thread: It's in a Foreign Language, but You'll Catch the Drift of What Happened

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    Default It's in a Foreign Language, but You'll Catch the Drift of What Happened



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    Can someone say neuter?

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    I do wonder if there is some human way to control wild or feral populations, putting contraceptive in the water or something
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    I'm half "omg so irresponsible and ridiculous and poor rabbits breeding back to back" and half "I want fields full of bunnies all running to me like that"!
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    Omg I've never seen anything like it. Good advert for spaying and neutering

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stator View Post
    I do wonder if there is some human way to control wild or feral populations, putting contraceptive in the water or something
    I don't remember the details, but I watched something years ago about a contraceptive pill for rabbits in Australia. Can't remember how they got it into the rabbits though...
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    wow.... i dread to think what the population will be like in another two years..
    Does anyone know what they are planning to do? if anything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FondueKid View Post
    I'm half "omg so irresponsible and ridiculous and poor rabbits breeding back to back" and half "I want fields full of bunnies all running to me like that"!
    Exactly what I was thinking! It's awful, and a contagious illness could be devastating, I'm guessing they don't get to see the vet often... But what a sight! I just want to jump in with them!


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    I know its a bad situation but I cant help but think how much happier they must be than the poor rabbit I can see in my neighbours garden stuck in a tiny hutch on its own
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