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    Yes complete wusses!!! Mine literally lie under the radiator & when the heating knocks off, gives me the look to say 'erm... Why is the heating off... Did I say it could be turned off!!??'
    Rest in peace my beautiful fur babies - Tango, Whiskey, Harvey & Honey **Forever in my heart**

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    Robins a house bunny but his home is in the conservatory which does still drop cold.
    I have a cover over his water bottle .
    he has a water bottle because he throws bowls around and gets soaked

    He has blankets and a cat bed which he also just throws about and doesn't use

    I was thinking to get him a waterbottle but no idea what type I need


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    We leave the heating on for them Needless to say that our winter gas bills are extortionate!

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    We only have the down stairs radiators on so it's always a bit colder upstairs - about 18 degrees. It gets colder at night as we have a window open at night in our bedroom (hubby and I LOVE cold ). The buns are absolutely fine - they have lovely thick coats and each other to snuggle with. Holly chooses to sleep on her tile which is even colder than the floor

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxyroller88 View Post
    We leave the heating on for them Needless to say that our winter gas bills are extortionate!
    My bunnies want to come & spend the winter with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    My home heating only comes on if it's below 16 degrees, and I never have it on overnight, just in the evenings
    Same here

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    My bunnies want to come & spend the winter with you
    The more the better

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    Cookie in the conservatory has a plug in radiator always on and I just adjust the temp as and when it needs it (she can't get to the wires) it mostly just takes the chill out of the air, but she enjoys sitting near the heat coming from it so I don't let it get too warm (she is more like a cat than a bunny!) Our boiler broke years ago so Lola in the house is pretty used to it being cold, although I've started switching on plug in heaters and she has just started drinking more so I think I've made it too warm now rather than having problems with her being cold

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    Pepper is in a hutch (indoors) over night. In the bedroom compartment, she has two fleecy blankets (under a wooden arch for extra coziness) and a soft toy rabbit (occasionally gets chucked out).

    Teddy is very well behaved and allowed to roam free. He has recently taken a liking to the treadmill (!), so we've put a soft blanket on it for him. This seems to be enough for him.

    We have no heating on over night.

    Once madam behaves, they'll be bonded and can snuggle together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau Belle View Post
    Pepper is in a hutch (indoors) over night. In the bedroom compartment, she has two fleecy blankets (under a wooden arch for extra coziness) and a soft toy rabbit (occasionally gets chucked out).

    Teddy is very well behaved and allowed to roam free. He has recently taken a liking to the treadmill (!), so we've put a soft blanket on it for him. This seems to be enough for him.

    We have no heating on over night.

    Once madam behaves, they'll be bonded and can snuggle together.
    not gutted & beheaded like she did to your toy then

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