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    Default Is she really that hungry?

    She gets two egg cups a day one in the morning the other in the evening - she's always loved her food but she can't even wait for me to place the bowl down - she'll do anything for food - just wanna make sure she not being starved haha I was trying to get down to 1egg cup a day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    She gets two egg cups a day one in the morning the other in the evening - she's always loved her food but she can't even wait for me to place the bowl down - she'll do anything for food - just wanna make sure she not being starved haha I was trying to get down to 1egg cup a day...

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    Beautiful

    She needs all those pellets to make sure her very long ears still stay upright

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Beautiful

    She needs all those pellets to make sure her very long ears still stay upright
    Yes probably

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    Mine always act starved too most rabbits I've known seem to love pellets much more than their other food


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    Beautiful girlie You have to remember she's a Rex and they have a greedy gene

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alicia View Post
    Mine always act starved too most rabbits I've known seem to love pellets much more than their other food
    This pellet o'clock is the best time of the day to them

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    One of mine did that as well this morning. Although they have 2 bowls between the 2 of them, Georgie and flats normally share one bowl and then the other, but this morning they decided to have one each.

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    My two have one of those two-compartment plastic cat bowl-things: they each go for a side and then when Aboleth finishes (she always finishes first!) she nose-wrestles Lopsy for what's left in his They get very excited at pellet time, our boarder said she'd never seen such excited rabbits When the clocks changed and it was getting dark, they assumed that Matt coming home meant pellets time, because someone had gone to see them in the dark! It was forage time though and he said they wouldn't come off the windowsill so he just left them to it
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    Mine get a couple of hours free range time in the garden every afternoon and when it is time to shut them in their shed/run combo I call 'who wants their pelly welly wellets'? and they all whizz into the shed. My four are scatter fed all over the shed and get very very excited! Frosty tries to chase all the others away which is amusing to watch. He then sits right up close next to his brother, Snowflake and they eat happily together.

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    I've often wondered what they put in the pellets to make them so irresistable. Our rabbits are definitely not underfed but when they hear me rustling with the pellet bag, they almost mug me.

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