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    Ahhh, these photos are almost wanting to make me drag my trees out . I'm going to put my bigger one in the lounge this year as I don't think the downstairs bunnies will do anything to it. Joey & Boo couldn't be trusted so it had to go on a stand or table in past years

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    I always have a tree in my work room which houses bunnies too so they have a tree. Santa fills their stockings on Christmas Eve.

    My completely free bunnies sleep under the tree downstairs and they and the cats hang their stockings for Santa on Christmas Eve too
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    Oh my Frosty's face

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    Lovely thread! My rabbits have their own room (indoor pair) or shed (outdoor quad) so dont get a look at the decs or the tree.

    The guinea pigs will get Christmas fleece in their cage nearer the big day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    I dont 'do' Christmas, so no decorations here. Yep, I'm a certified Grinch
    dear jack,s-jane,-it might be your good fortune to be a Grinch,-for-FIR trees are listed as toxic-please pass the word.--I encourage everyone extreme caution and go online to rethink having a pine/fir tree anywhere near your rabbit/s--[the spruce pets]-safe/toxic woods and other plants for rabbits.--sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa

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    Lol. Maybe he's not going to ignore the tree. .. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mervinius View Post
    Lol. Maybe he's not going to ignore the tree. .. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthbert&Dillon View Post
    Dilly and Susan will have a string of baubles - sprouts on a string, they will have a garland round their door =raspberry cane from the garden with apple tree twigs. My beautiful rainbow rabbit Cuthbert loved baubles on my tree. I hope this video works
    VID-20171225-WA0010[1] by mark andra, on Flickr
    Cuthbert that is a magical video

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Ahhh, these photos are almost wanting to make me drag my trees out . I'm going to put my bigger one in the lounge this year as I don't think the downstairs bunnies will do anything to it. Joey & Boo couldn't be trusted so it had to go on a stand or table in past years
    Nom nom says Mousey
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    It seems I don't know my bunnies as well as I thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Nom nom says Mousey
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    It seems I don't know my bunnies as well as I thought
    Just look at all those lovely new green shoots This has been in the back garden hasn't it?

    Cuthbert's gorgeous video is

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