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|Hey there love birds!
Hi Porsha and Poncho! Give a little hug to Scooter for me to. :-)
Well, I just want to let you know that I took your advice and visited a vet and my teeth look great. Yes the vet there, Dr. Heddon, in addition to being liscensed to treat rabbits also owns rabbits too! We were all very relieved! I am actually really starting to get into the Timothy hay I'm getting- wow, where's this stuff been all my life? At the last shelter I didn't get much hay. Your shelter must have known a thing or two about bunnies.
The thing is now that I am enjoying hay, it is getting over my cage because I don't like my hay rack, I like to scavenge it off the ground, just like in the wild. Only I've got a cage and I'm defacating in it too and so a lot gets wasted because my owner has to clean my cage more often like this. The House Rabbit Society says to get a litter box and put litter and hay in there so it all doesn't get all over the place. But My owner is concerned that the litter box will take up too much space. So here's the next goal to tackle. What do you think?
Then the next thing to tackle is that my owner wants to put my cage outside once in a while in the shade of the trees where it is beautiful and the breeze is blowing and the birds are singing- you know it is so lovely out there! The only trouble is the dog. She's a great dog who is very mellow, a gentle dog, but she loves to sniff everything and that's going to freak me out. Sigh! Well, one step at a time. Any advice?
By the way where do you live? Is Austin very far from you to get to see your vet? It sounds like it!
Oodles of hugs to you all, and your mom too!
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