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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    & it looks amazing
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    but its thirsty work compared to forage, this huge dog bowl was half full an hour ago
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    That green oat hay is quite the thing

    I just put ice cubes in one of the bunnies' water bowls, just in case they want a colder version

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    It looks lush, I always love the smell of oat hay

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    Just came back, I remembered seeing a vase of flowers how do your rabbits not eat them?! I can't have anything at bunny level or bunny jumping level

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoobec View Post
    Just came back, I remembered seeing a vase of flowers how do your rabbits not eat them?! I can't have anything at bunny level or bunny jumping level
    because they are good bunnies & respect their mothers things of course

    tbh I'm surprised Boo hasn't, she is the only one who will jump on to slippery surfaces. If I'm outside, out or going to bed the vase gets moved to the window sil.

    Boo has had a few light naps but has pretty much been attached to her oat hay all day now. I think she may explode. Looking forward to tomorrows bunny poops

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    because they are good bunnies & respect their mothers things of course

    tbh I'm surprised Boo hasn't, she is the only one who will jump on to slippery surfaces. If I'm outside, out or going to bed the vase gets moved to the window sil.

    Boo has had a few light naps but has pretty much been attached to her oat hay all day now. I think she may explode. Looking forward to tomorrows bunny poops
    Yes, they are good bunnies Boots was a bit cheeky but Frosty takes mischievous to a new level

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoobec View Post
    I gave up with deadlines when Christmas became which Christmas
    Oh yes, that sounds like here!

    Bet your house smells AMAZING. I concur on the dog bowl front: ours have three and the outside one (a 'normal sized' ceramic one) is virtually perpetually empty! That's why I got the dog one because in Winter they drink so much due to all the dry food. Useful for topping up as a reserve in summer too.
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