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  1. Rabbit Discussion
    Hi, I'm having a problem with my little Joey. He's about 4 1/2 months old and I've had him for about a month. He's done great with the potty breaking, only going in his litter pan in his house but lately when he comes out to run, he's been sneaking (and I do mean sneaking, cuz he only does this...
  2. Cats
    I have a four year old classic american short hair gray tabby. I have had her since she was about 6 weeks old and she has always been amazingly sweet if a little neurotic about the out of doors, heh, totally indoor kitty. She has never not used the litter pan, she has always been mostly quiet...
  3. Rabbit Discussion
    I just adopted a bunny and he (I think) is about a year old or so. I read what Kibblesmom wrote and I was wondering how I can train my bunny. he poops ALL over, not just one corner of the cage, in the house ALL over. He doesn't let us pick him up but we can pet him, he won't come to us when we...
  4. Mouse & Rat Discussion
    Hey guys! I wanna potty train my male rats! can I have som tips? THANKYOU!!! :spit:
  5. Rabbit Discussion
    I'm using Carefresh litter right now, but I have a couple problems with it. First, it's not as good as I've found wood shavings like pine to be when absorbing odors. But I know pine is dangerous for bunnies because of the dust and fragrance oils, so I can't use it. But my house is very, very...
  6. Mouse & Rat Discussion
    when ever i pick up my mouse it seems to take a crap on me i know its not scared because the mouse jumps on my hand what can i do to train it
  7. Guinea Pig Discussion
    Well I always heard that guinea pigs were little poop monsters,but I didn't really understand..till now! I always thought the rats pooped alot,but Apolla poops 10 times more! And hers seems to smell more too! :rolleyes: Anyway I wondered if it is possible to litter train piggies (I think it...
  8. Rabbit Discussion
    I feel it imperative that I educate myself on the living things in my home, so I am going to ask some questions. 1. What pellet food is good? which is bad? 2. I am currently feeding a pellet food in addition to Timothy hay, romaine, spinach, kale and also giving them a carrot and some apple...
  9. Degu Discussion
    Hi all. I'm sorry to announce that I have to adopt out my 4 girls :(. I'm hoping to find someone already in the Toronto area or willing to commute to Brampton that will give my girls a great home. Squirt and her 3 daughters are healthy friendly girls that are a little over 2 years old (daughters...
  10. Rabbit Discussion
    Hi all, First of all bunny poo is already a lot.But thankfully all have been trained to pee in the respective locations.Poo is mainly ok but yes there are the occassional pips of various sizess abt the room. Anyway,the latest is that I have been monitoring the new ones and there appears to b...
  11. Mouse & Rat Discussion
    Here are the pics of the FN Bottom level. Sorry it's dirty but we're trying to litter train and they keep kicking out the litter. I pic it up when I can but it's he soft sorbent stuff and it gets stuck to the fleece. I'm gonna put YN in the litter pan soon, we just haven't gotten any yet...
  12. Rabbit Discussion
    I recently just bought home a new family member shelley! He is actually a guy but I gave him a feminine name because of a special meaning behind it =) Anyway, I think it is because its my first time taking care of a pet, I get paranoid easily. I have done so many research and everyone says...
  13. Rabbit Discussion
    our two little girls are nearly 6 mos. old now. we have been working hard to get them litterbox trained and now they are about 80% there. however, over the past month, we've woken up to find bunny pee sprayed outside of the cage. mostly, they are urinating just in the litterbox. however...
  14. Cats
    Hello all, For about 2 weeks my cat has been "coughing" at first it sounded like a hairball wasn't coming up and she was doing this about 3 times a day. She eats and drinks well, and uses the potty well too. I took her to the vet, and i guess I just wasn't happy with any of the answers I got...
  15. Rabbit Discussion
    My bunny, Clover, has a really strange disease type thing. He lives in our atrium, which is dusty, and, due to his being there, moldy. But we can't keep him aywhere else. The most recent addition to his home is our chicken, Cluck Everlasting, who is REALLY old and seems to have no intention of...
  16. Mouse & Rat Discussion
    My rats (as my other rats did before) leave little trails of wee on me whenever they walk over me. It is not very nice and means I have to wash my arms or hands all of the time. Is there anyway to stop them from doing this?
  17. Rabbit Discussion
    It's safe to use baking soda to clean the bunny's cages right? Mostly their litterboxes. Probably a stupid Q - I mean ppl brush their teeth with that stuff right? I don't see how it would be bad for rabbits, I just want to make sure! If anyone can recommend any good cleaning products to use...
  18. Rabbit Discussion
    I just got a new dwarf/lionhead bunny and hes so adorable! He is about 3 months old. But I have a few questions about how to make our relationship work well... 1) I know bunnies need bedding, but when I check on him the next morning his bedding is covered in pee and poo and hes sleeping in it...
  19. Rabbit Discussion
    I have two new dwarf bunnies. They are approx. 3 months old. Recently, I've purchased them a corner litterbox in hopes that they would start using it. I've read tons of websites on the subject and have done what they all say: try different kinds of litter, rotate the corner where the litterbox...
  20. Rabbit Discussion
    I finally got my new bunny! Here's the story, lol. Sorry it's long. Chris and I stayed up allllllll night, then at 5 in the morning we left and took a bus into the city. Then we had to walk from the bus stop to Grand Central station - neither of us had been there before. Well we didn't...
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