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Rabbits 20:49 - Sep 25 with 2094 viewsLeonWasGod

Has anyone here got or had a rabbit? I'm half thinking about getting one for my little girl's 8th birthday. She'd love one, but I'm under no illusions that I'd be the one having to take care of it (for now at least). I'm used to looking after stuff that needs regular attention (kept a tropical reef tank for years), so I'm happy with a daily routine. What happens when you go on holiday for a couple of weeks though? Neighbours, or is there such a thing as a rabbit kennel? And are they worth it for neutrals - am I and my misses likely to regret it?!

Any views/suggestions (sensible and Loyal's) welcome.
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Rabbits on 20:59 - Sep 25 with 1610 viewsdickythorpe

I bet she'll look after it pretty well. Just make sure teeth are cut properly when needed.

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Rabbits on 21:03 - Sep 25 with 1603 viewsmajorraglan

Got a hamster for our kids when they were about the same age, the were happy, but I did all the cleaning and feeding. Yuntest wanted a dog, I drew the line at cleaning D.. S... up!
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Rabbits on 21:04 - Sep 25 with 1603 viewsLeonWasGod

Rabbits on 20:59 - Sep 25 by dickythorpe

I bet she'll look after it pretty well. Just make sure teeth are cut properly when needed.


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Rabbits on 21:09 - Sep 25 with 1591 viewsLoyal

I've often wondered how any one can eat them.

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Rabbits on 21:11 - Sep 25 with 1587 viewsCatullus

Rabbits on 21:03 - Sep 25 by majorraglan

Got a hamster for our kids when they were about the same age, the were happy, but I did all the cleaning and feeding. Yuntest wanted a dog, I drew the line at cleaning D.. S... up!


We had 2 hamsters when our son was 5, I find the dog much easier work and much more fun. A Hamster cage stinks and their teeth are like razors!!

Our son is 10 (today as it goes) and he wants a rabbit....the only way he's getting one is in a stew!!
We have a dog and a cat, I am not Dr Doolittle or a pet rescue centre.

Just my opinion, but WTF do I know anyway?
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Rabbits on 21:11 - Sep 25 with 1587 viewsBrynCartwright

Never kept a rabbit, but guinea pigs are great. Really docile creatures my 2 girls absolutely adored. No biting at all, but you need two to keep each other company, preferably of the same sex, or you'll end up with hundreds. Also pretty tough. I only brought them inside on really cold evenings.

Never kept rabbits but would be wary of their very powerful teeth macerating tiny fingers.

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Rabbits on 21:11 - Sep 25 with 1587 viewsLeonWasGod

Rabbits on 21:09 - Sep 25 by Loyal

I've often wondered how any one can eat them.


I think you skin them first and then they're ok. A bit furry otherwise.
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Rabbits on 21:12 - Sep 25 with 1585 viewsHumpty

Rabbits on 21:09 - Sep 25 by Loyal

I've often wondered how any one can eat them.


Very easily.
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Rabbits on 21:14 - Sep 25 with 1575 viewsLeonWasGod

Rabbits on 21:11 - Sep 25 by Catullus

We had 2 hamsters when our son was 5, I find the dog much easier work and much more fun. A Hamster cage stinks and their teeth are like razors!!

Our son is 10 (today as it goes) and he wants a rabbit....the only way he's getting one is in a stew!!
We have a dog and a cat, I am not Dr Doolittle or a pet rescue centre.


If they're biters like hamsters then I'm not interested. Would love a dog, but we're out all day. I'm assuming a couple of rabbits will entertain themselves in a hutch.
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Rabbits on 21:20 - Sep 25 with 1561 viewsLoyal

Rabbits on 21:11 - Sep 25 by LeonWasGod

I think you skin them first and then they're ok. A bit furry otherwise.


Fck me not rabbits mun, kids!

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Rabbits on 21:21 - Sep 25 with 1557 viewsLeonWasGod

Rabbits on 21:20 - Sep 25 by Loyal

Fck me not rabbits mun, kids!


That's what I was talking about. Don't you skin yours first? You should try it.
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Rabbits on 21:24 - Sep 25 with 1552 viewsoh_tommy_tommy

I bought a rabbit for the kids once they’d look after it and feed it and change its bedding

Great for about 12 months

Then it became my rabbit

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Rabbits on 21:35 - Sep 25 with 1540 viewsWxmJax

We had 2 rabbits, a dog and a cat. Then the dog and cat died and now we've just got the 49 rabbits.

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Rabbits on 21:35 - Sep 25 with 1540 viewsSwanzay

Rabbits need companionship, the don't deal very well with living alone, so either get two of a kind or another animal such as a GP to keep each other company.
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Rabbits on 21:49 - Sep 25 with 1526 viewsLeonWasGod

Rabbits on 21:35 - Sep 25 by Swanzay

Rabbits need companionship, the don't deal very well with living alone, so either get two of a kind or another animal such as a GP to keep each other company.


Ta, I expected as much. GPs are ok with rabbits are they? I assumed we'd need 2 rabbits.
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Rabbits on 21:49 - Sep 25 with 1526 viewsmajorraglan

Rabbits on 21:11 - Sep 25 by Catullus

We had 2 hamsters when our son was 5, I find the dog much easier work and much more fun. A Hamster cage stinks and their teeth are like razors!!

Our son is 10 (today as it goes) and he wants a rabbit....the only way he's getting one is in a stew!!
We have a dog and a cat, I am not Dr Doolittle or a pet rescue centre.


You’re not wrong about teeth like razors, got bit by him a few times, one one occasions he was dangling from my finger with his sharp teeth deeply embedded in to my skin. Painful as ....
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Rabbits on 21:54 - Sep 25 with 1516 viewslonglostjack

Rabbits on 21:11 - Sep 25 by BrynCartwright

Never kept a rabbit, but guinea pigs are great. Really docile creatures my 2 girls absolutely adored. No biting at all, but you need two to keep each other company, preferably of the same sex, or you'll end up with hundreds. Also pretty tough. I only brought them inside on really cold evenings.

Never kept rabbits but would be wary of their very powerful teeth macerating tiny fingers.


That’s the problem with guinea pigs though. We’ve always had two because one pops off and you have to get another to keep the survivor happy. Never ending bloody cycle!

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Rabbits on 21:58 - Sep 25 with 1512 viewsJack_Meoff

Rabbits on 21:09 - Sep 25 by Loyal

I've often wondered how any one can eat them.


He's not on about the rampant ones you can get in Ann Summers mun

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Rabbits on 22:05 - Sep 25 with 1503 viewslifelong

Very good for you...lean meat.
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Rabbits on 22:10 - Sep 25 with 1496 viewslonglostjack

Rabbits on 22:05 - Sep 25 by lifelong

Very good for you...lean meat.


That’s the kind of thing Mrs LJ would say. Give me a nicely marbled rib-eye any day!

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Rabbits on 22:15 - Sep 25 with 1490 viewslifelong

Rabbits on 22:10 - Sep 25 by longlostjack

That’s the kind of thing Mrs LJ would say. Give me a nicely marbled rib-eye any day!


Variety is the spice of life LJ.
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Rabbits on 22:28 - Sep 25 with 1480 viewslonglostjack

Rabbits on 22:15 - Sep 25 by lifelong

Variety is the spice of life LJ.


I know but I can’t help myself. I’ll stare at a menu for ages but will invariably end up ordering my favourite.

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Rabbits on 07:53 - Sep 26 with 1322 viewsItchySphincter

They smell.

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Rabbits on 13:13 - Sep 26 with 1236 viewsSwanzay

2 of a kind

Rabbits may bully guinea pigs, which can make them stressed if they cannot get away. The bacteria, Bordetella bronchiseptica,is the most common cause of respiratory disease in guinea pigs. ... Therefore, guinea pigs shouldn't be housed with rabbits.
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