Finn Is A Pro Fence Jumper

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  • [ – ] JustABloke reply Nice Now I have a question for you. Recently I was asked if I wanted 2 rabbits complete with a hutch. I know nothing about rabbits, before I start researching, how hard is it to look after rabbits (I don't want them inside) ?
    • [ – ] therunningrebel parent reply I don't think it'd really that hard. For the most part mine live outside, and the hutch is bottomless so 1. They can eat the grass (free bunny food! 😀) 2. I don't really have to clean out the hutch. The only problem is the wood of my hutch isn't treated, so they have to come inside when it rains. I've also had to start bringing them in at night because one of them has started escaping by digging out of her hutch. Other than that they're kind of like cats. As long as you provide them with food, water, a clean shelter, and love, they'll pretty much take care of themselves. They're also a lot of fun to watch run around and to play with! My bigger rabbits likes to play with dog toys! She finds them around the house and carries them around and kinda throws them. It's cute. :)
      • JustABloke parent reply Awesome thanks for that, I really appreciate your opinion, I'm still not sure but I may as well go look at them before I decide, even take my camera and do a video on them.
  • [ – ] Flying_Purple_Pizzas reply Finn is an awesome dog! Rabbit herder and fence jumper. That resume is growing!
    • therunningrebel parent reply Haha yup! He's also shaping up to be a great guard dog! He's very protective of me. And hopefully we'll be able to ad cattle herder to his resume before too long. :)
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