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    Okay so my two will happily hunt you down for dried apple and banana and other countless berries etc... But fresh apple or banana..? What is this you're offering us poison?!

    I was just eating a banana and Atticus licked it, Clementine looked at me like I'd lost it.. And Gus (hamster) sniffed and then decided he'd go back on his wheel...

    Minutes later they all accepted dried banana! Anyone else's buns like this? Or have I got the weird two? I should stop eating bananas really and go to bed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Okay so my two will happily hunt you down for dried apple and banana and other countless berries etc... But fresh apple or banana..? What is this you're offering us poison?!

    I was just eating a banana and Atticus licked it, Clementine looked at me like I'd lost it.. And Gus (hamster) sniffed and then decided he'd go back on his wheel...

    Minutes later they all accepted dried banana! Anyone else's buns like this? Or have I got the weird two? I should stop eating bananas really and go to bed

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    Say 'that's your lot chums'
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Tell them they are spoilt rotten and give them one sprig of parsley between them.
    Say 'that's your lot chums'


    They're all so very spoilt - Atticus knows just how to get treats and so does Gus actually, I've been so scared of him that he gets a treat everytime I have to go in his cage... That now he just sees me as the treat giver and sits and begs when I open the cage I bring it all on myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post


    They're all so very spoilt - Atticus knows just how to get treats and so does Gus actually, I've been so scared of him that he gets a treat everytime I have to go in his cage... That now he just sees me as the treat giver and sits and begs when I open the cage I bring it all on myself

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    I'm not telling my lot about you. They'll be packing their bags and moving in!
    They get treats very very rarely and only when people send them as I don't buy them
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post


    I'm not telling my lot about you. They'll be packing their bags and moving in!
    They get treats very very rarely and only when people send them as I don't buy them
    Oh gosh the science selective loop treats get handed out far too frequently here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Oh gosh the science selective loop treats get handed out far too frequently here

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    I don't even know what they are!

    Mine are grateful that they get any pellets in the morning and are ecstatic over an afternoon bowl of plain grass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    I don't even know what they are!

    Mine are grateful that they get any pellets in the morning and are ecstatic over an afternoon bowl of plain grass.
    Haha yes breakfast pellets are the highlight of the day followed by evening veggies bunnies all seem to get so so excited for food haha

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    Toby won't eat anything that's not dried. There must be a method in the madness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Toby won't eat anything that's not dried. There must be a method in the madness?

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    Nothing at all? See they eat veggies fresh and forage.. It just seems to be fruit interesting that Toby doesn't like anything fresh though. You're right there's gotta be a reason

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    I don't even know what they are!

    Mine are grateful that they get any pellets in the morning and are ecstatic over an afternoon bowl of plain grass.
    I'm afraid this is very similar to how things are in this household

    Treats here are an occasional Fibafirst, fresh grass or leafy sticks

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