Tobin had a huge pen in our last house.. it was quite the set up. It was in
that way. I did everything I could to get him to enjoy company, but he was
a loner. This is a very nice change.
Ollie, one of my cats, loves her. Even started grooming her.
> yeah, i feel in love with nick when we got her, she is a lop and a baby
> doll, i have to get her fixed this month she is now six months and its
> killing me, i worry something will happen. she is my first so i read alot
> of info on http://www.moonsgarden.com/, pretty good info. found a lot of neat
> nick was neat also, but then she hit six months and now she is a mess, my
> husband built her cage from those square connectors you get at
> walmart/sams so its big and she makes a big sized mess.
> but she is so cute, she is forgiven
> glad you are enjoying yours, i am getting ready to get a new one soon, a
>> Thank you for your reply! It is nice to get someone else's opinion on
>> Since she is so new to me, I wanted to introduce veggies slowly. She
>> LOVES the carrots and will eat them to exclude everything else.. kinda
>> like thumper and the dandelions.. So I do limit them.. Tobin would just
>> push them around the cage till I removed them. I can't wait to get her
>> some brussel sprouts..
>> She's so neat and tidy.. such a change. Im in total love already!
>>> if its only been a couple days since the vet visit I would just watch if
>>> it starts getting worse give your vet a call since you were just there
>>> I'm sure they will be happy to help. My nick is six months old and my
>>> vet said watch the carrots only give some, I used to give them to her
>>> quite often, I think its a sugar problem, here is a link
>>> http://www.moonsgarden.com/, it has the reason some are
>>> better then others on a daily basis. When I got nick I thought any veg
>>> or fruit was ok, who knew...
>>> anyway, sometime nick sneezes also, I think its stuff in the air once in
>>> a while that bother her, however a bunny can go from being fine to
>>> pneumonia very quick so if there is any other problems, or the sneezing
>>> gets worse, I would call the vet.
>>>>I had a bunny for 11 years, Tobin, who passed on several years ago. I
>>>>just adopted a new one, and she is eating fine, and playing and is very
>>>>cute. Her name is Bri. and she's 10 wks old.
>>>> Im a bit concerned since she is sneezing. No discharge, no other
>>>> signs, just a few bouts of sneezing a couple of times. Again, she's
>>>> eating fine, and drinking well. She had a vet exam on thursday when I
>>>> brought her home, and her heart and lungs sounded fine.
>>>> She is getting timothy hay, alpha, celery, carrots (so nice to have a
>>>> bunny that actually likes carrots) and pellets. Will be getting her
>>>> some pineapple soon.
>>>> Should I worry, or should I wait to see if any other symptoms occur?