Awww, poor Bunny!Oh yay, somewhere to post about bunny all the time
I miss him. I feel so bad going off to work and leaving him. I have discovered the key to stop him throwing tantrums is to wait until he voluntarily goes into his hutch. Then if I lock him in he doesn't mind. It's just if I herd him in and then shut it he gets very angry, like Chryssie said it's a tactic with children - make them think they made the choice.
I know he will be sleeping now and he will only be awake about half an hour before I get home. But I hope he isn't lonely and bored.
It's too bad you can't really get canned pumpkin in the UK. (At least not as easily?)Lord Snot said:
Does pumpkin help with tummy trouble?
Just make sure it's plain, no added sugar or spices. A good, but more expensive, alternative is baby food squash.I've seen it, I will look for it next time I go shopping and keep some in the cupboard
Not about bunnies, but my kitty was adopted out of the shelter and then returned after a week because she wasn't paying enough attention to people/being interesting enough.Awww RL, that is such a cute story. I'm so glad Benjamin and Opal found each other, and you. It just shows how you care more about the bunnies than your own desires, I saw some people on forums say they weren't going to get their bunny bonded in case s/he lost interest in the human.