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Exclamation Rabbit owner FEEDING MEAT to his rabbit??!!

Not only JUST MEAT, but McDonald's!! Wrong on SO many levels!!

YouTube - meat eating rabbit

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people are stupid, i found a site that had an loving healthy iguana for sale that is very friendly it eats chicken and pork from your hand

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aren't bunnies vegetarians
im not sure mcdonalds hambergers are all meat
as my son is allergic to meat BUT he can eat a mcdonalds hamburger
Im thinking they shouldn't feed the bunny this and over time they might accidentally kill it
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oh my bad
a nugget is what the rabbit eats lol
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either way they still shouldn't be feeding it it can't be good x x x
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I'm pretty sure rabbits are supposed to be vegetarians.. altho i could be wrong.. either way I'm sure the nuggets aren't good for him.. but in there defense.. they have another video on there of them giving it a big bowl of veggies.. and it had plenty of hay, so hes prolly ok with an occasional nugget..



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Ugh. That's probably one of the worst things you could possibly feed a bunny .




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McDonalds nuggets are so gross! And fried foods just cannot be good for bunnies. I thought I was bad giving Oliver a little piece of graham cracker.
Hopefully the nugget does not have any transfats.

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Yes, Bunnie are vegetarian. So no that is NOT healthy nor good for him. Seen another video, did not surprise me it lives out doors and looks like he only sees the bunny when he needs to be fed! poor bun bun!!

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ugh.. that's not nice at all..
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i havent seen it sorry but i will add our first house bun would eat anything off your plate..whatever youhad was fair game to her..including my daughters crispy bacon sandwhich ewww
but i didnt feed it to her..she stole it and i did manage to get most of it back..with the aid of a broom handle for her tol lunge at in temper.
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