> hehe, I'm scared now, I'll never get any sleep!
Unlike Zamboni, Bunnie's fave time was three-four in the morning! You lucky
thing Michele! He is ok now hr's not caged though and is more of a six-seven
Bun again! Phew! Don't mean to put you off Nat, each bun is to their own way
of doing things.......
The only problem with my
> room is
> that it is full of electrical cords. I'll hopefully be getting some of
> plastic stuff to
> put over them, so will that make them completely safe or will it still be
> dangerous if he decides
> to chew through the night?
We're lucky enough to only have a lamp cord well out of reach and hidden
round the back of the bedside table. But I knnow a lot of people advocate
this method. Maybe keep an eye on him with them like this during the day for
a while and go from there?
If I could, I'd have him on my bed. I've had my
> rather large German Shepherd
> sleep in my bed, under the sheets with his head on my pillow, so I guess a
> bunny can't be much worse than that! I suppose I'll see how he goes. With
> luck, and judging by my other neurotic pets, he'll be *** :)
Bunnie has to have the duvet pulled back, will Not sit on it, just the
mattress! good thing Ed and I are both somewhat short in the height
department! <G> Though he will hop up to say good morning, and where is my
Celia Ed and Bunnie. (I rule here!!)