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  • My Bunneh is Lazy.


    In an effort to make Dusty more comfy cozy in her new home, we spoil her rotten. She immediately took to her litter box as a bed, so the way it’s supposed to go is that you move things to each corner of the cage in an effort to litter train your critter. They’re obviously not gonna go on their toys or food, but she was doin’ her doody under her water bottle. I switched places then, put her litter box where the water bottle was and her bottle where her box was. Then she began lying under her water. Rmpf.

    Enter hubby (he who had to be convinced, remember?) – suggesting I go get her a proper “bed”. I head off to the store and pick up a variety of things to try. I found a hide-a-way box, and thought it would fit nicely in her cage and she’d fit into it for a while, at least. I get home and get it situated in her designated bed spot, and she digs it. So I move her food over to the only corner left, which is in front of this little circle window in her new little room.

    Supah Lazy Bunneh figures out within seconds that she can reach her water bottle and pull it over toward her, making herself a little eat-in window.

    mini rex bunny opal 8 weeks' class=

    Yes, now she doesn’t even have to hop two hops out of her hide-a-bed to eat. What a laaaaazzyyyy bunneh she is! So I prepare her dinner and put it in front of her window.

    opal mini rex 8 weeks old' class=

    Oh, yes, she is a happy bunneh.

    Quinnie, on the other hand, is a little tickered off that Dusty is getting all the attention. He would like to remind you that he was here first, and he is a good boy and a very pretty bird. Loudly.

    quaker parrot quintin


    Tommi said,

    Leanne~ I love your new bunny! How cute!! Hehehehe! I have a TON of catching up to do….. Hopefully this afternoon I can do that!

    9.5.2007 @ 10:35 am
    zingtrial said,

    I once tried this He!He!He! Attempting to train your rabbit may or may not be successful. He is doing what rabbits do. Try using the word “No”, and stomping
    your foot or clapping simultaneously. You can try using a squirt
    bottle and saying “No”. If he is destructive his living space may
    have to be restricted or be moved to a more “rabbit friendly”
    area of the house. Yap did all that in the end bunny was the boss. Thanks for sharing.Wish you well
    :lol: :lol:

    9.5.2007 @ 11:15 am
    pamibe said,

    Now that’s a bunny’s life! ;)

    9.5.2007 @ 11:19 am
    Erika said,

    Oh for heaven’s sake lol @ Dusty!

    Hi Quin! It’s all temporary :dance: :bird:

    9.5.2007 @ 11:49 am

    So, she just destroyed the other bunny girls reputation by being that SMART ;-)

    …and she is much more cute than them!!!! *giggles*

    9.5.2007 @ 5:21 pm
    Friglet said,

    That bunny’s got quite the life! :)

    9.5.2007 @ 8:38 pm
    June said,

    I’m LOL every time I read one of your posts. Love your writing. Love your art.

    9.5.2007 @ 9:34 pm

    That reminds me so much of when we got our bunny and she refused to use the special litter tray we’d bought for her, instead piling all her toys in it! She became very litter trained in a sense, alwaysthe one corner and never anywhere else, but a box! No! I loved reading this post and that last photo of the lazy bun eating is adorable!

    9.6.2007 @ 9:53 am
    Jenny said,

    Aww, that’s so cute!

    9.8.2007 @ 7:44 am

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