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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, Blue, Noah (trio) Hettie & Sweep and troublesome River who is still waiting for the right man!
    Piggy mum to Mabel, Molly and Peaches


    Remembering Skye, Woody, 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, Blue, Noah (trio) Hettie & Sweep and troublesome River who is still waiting for the right man!
    Piggy mum to Mabel, Molly and Peaches


    Remembering Skye, Woody, 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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