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    Mama Doe
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    Default Not technically bunnies, but making the piggies a new home :-)

    Today's progress;



    Tomorrow got to fix on the Perspex, make second level and move piggies in!
    Bunny mum to Jessie, Woody, Noah (trio) and newcomer River! Not forgetting Hettie & Sweep who live with their grandad but visit often
    Piggy mum to Mabel, Molly and Peaches


    Remembering Skye, Maisie-pig and Marley-pig. Always in our hearts and very much missed

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    Ooo that looks great. How do you fix the perspex? I would love to make something wonderful like that for Mistletoe (blonde with a white blaze) and Jingle (orange).

    Would love to see pics of your three once they are in. Here they my sweeties in their cage;


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    Mama Doe
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    Tulsi - you just drill holes in it and screw it onto the batons

    At the back will be white hygiene board which is why I haven't painted the batons but at the front and side will be clear Perspex to give them a good view out the front and the window

    Your piggies are gorgeous mine are just grumpy old women now!!
    Bunny mum to Jessie, Woody, Noah (trio) and newcomer River! Not forgetting Hettie & Sweep who live with their grandad but visit often
    Piggy mum to Mabel, Molly and Peaches


    Remembering Skye, Maisie-pig and Marley-pig. Always in our hearts and very much missed

    Looking for welfare orientated bunny boarding in Hampshire? Visit www.chestnutcorner.co.uk or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/chestnutcorner

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    Looks good. You'll have to show us the finished article. Perspex always looks nice - mine are in a c&c, which gets dusty from the hay. Perspex is probably easier to clean.


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    I was worried that the perspex would split if you drilled it ...

    It is going to be wonderful for your grumpies!

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