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    Default Rabbits and Christmas trees

    Apologies for mentioning the C word so early but what does everyone do about house rabbits and Christmas trees?

    Lola and rambo were a dream in the house and never posed any problems but Obi is a complete terror and I can't imagine a Christmas tree surviving a month with him.


    Any pics or suggestions would be much appreciated!
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    I've seen photos where people have put Puppy Pens around them, one had been put very high up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BattleKat View Post
    Apologies for mentioning the C word so early but what does everyone do about house rabbits and Christmas trees?

    Lola and rambo were a dream in the house and never posted any problems but Obi is a complete terror and I can't imagine a Christmas tree surviving a month with him.


    Any pics or suggestions would be much appreciated!
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    Our tree stands on a table (not that the rabbits are in the same room but it would be one way of keeping them separate).

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    We had ours on a table when Jake was around the front room, it was only a small table and smallish tree. One day he did manage to get on the table and chew through the lights however! Not switched on while we were out.

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    Nothing, ours sleep under it. Millie loves the Christmas tree
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    When I had my pair they slept under the tree,loved it.Mind you it was an artificial one. A couple of test nibbles and that was all.

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    My bridge bun Bobby totally pulled over our tree, baubles everywhere! I was in ( we kept them out of the room it was in when we were out) he still went back to it tho, he used to jump on the sofa he only had 3 legs bless him but still managed to pull and and tug it. He was fine, no I'll effects.
    These days it's a false one, the buns are kept well away from it

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    You could do something like this....

    http://madinbelgrade.com/upside-down...trees-for-sale

    Who on here had the Dalek tree a couple of years ago? That one was ace!

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    Put a playpen panels around it, or baby pens, puppy pen


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