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Good Bye my sweety bunny
Died one by one :cry:
Popin Popon Pipun & Gembul
yea ive had rabbits die on me before and it really sucks. For seemingly no reason too.
Sry to hear of your lose.
i think i give them to much water for drink :cry:
with the rabbits u had it looks like a fur ball but thats just with the rabbits u have. rabbits dont drink to much water but to avoid fur balls i limit their pellet food to 1/3 cup of pellets per 5 lbs of rabbit and give them as much hay as they will eat. also i feed mine papaya tablats to help in their digestion and to keep fur balls from foming.
Rabbits cant cough up furballs such as dogs and cats can. so they will either starve themselves or sufficat once the fur balls gets to big.
sorry to hear about your loss :( i also lost a rabbit of unknown causes last year and it really upset me :( sorry again
that really sucks, they look like they werent that old either. ive always wanted a rabbit, maybe one of those giant ones from britain.
lol the truely giant ones arent from britain at all... They Are Flemish Giants. Other then that the next one are the french lops. (Actually started off as a cross breed of Flemish Giants [for their size] and English Lops [for their temperment]. English lops im pretty sure max out at about 12-15 lbs. Big for a bunny but thats about the same size as my 5-6 month old French Lop thats still growing :wink:
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