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    Default What’s the biggest argument you have with your rabbit/s?

    Here, every day I say ‘we don’t eat the carpet here’, and, they show me they do. So I make a change, and tell them that we don’t eat the carpet here. And they shown me we do. It’s been endless since they came.

    We also argue about peeing on my bed, jumping on me in the middle of the night, me brushing them, when I feed them…. The list is endless. But our biggest ongoing argument is about eating the carpet.

    What about you and yours?
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    Carpet here as well.

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    I have learned not to argue I know I will never win


    I used to be ‘Jack’s-Jane’ but I have been logged out of that account and I can’t get back in !

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    Hehe, I remember telling Clover not to eat the carpet. She stared at me and then continued to pull at the threads, while Dusty cowered under the chair all 'what's going on???' Bloomin' bunnies wrecked my house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    I have learned not to argue I know I will never win
    Same here. It's easier in the long run just to knuckle under.

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    When I had my two it was "get that out of your mouth!".It was strips of textured wallpaper. Eventually I had no wallpaper around the living room below two feet,or bunny tiptoe height.😄

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    Funnily enough my wife just texted me to say Alf had slipped past her (he’s hardly ninja trained), climbed through stairs and was climbing up some stuff in the spare room. Alf has previous for mountaineering exploits plus he’s a carpet digger/chewer. Alfs a norty boy. Flo would never behave in such outrageous behaviour!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrappy's Little Helper View Post
    Same here. It's easier in the long run just to knuckle under.

    Yeh, I know my place in this house


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    I am outnumbered and despite my weight advantage, I will never win.

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    Weeing on the floor. Barrie got a pass for a few weeks because he was new and a known floor wee-er, but since there's been some days wee-free they're admonished every time. And no, it doesn't help even the 'you'll just get it on your feet and make them dirty you silly idiots' doesn't help.
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