Snickers (brown): tends to be the more adventurous and goofy rabbit.
Cocoa (black): tends to be the shy, but mischievous one.
Most important: They cannot be out together, or they will fight, and it’s nearly impossible to catch them.
I’ve put everything you’ll need on or by the table in the basement.
They should each have about 30 minutes to run daily, if it’s in the middle of the day, they may need coaxing to come out, as this is usually when they’re sleepy.
- Water – jugs on the table. Should be dumped into the toilet every other day and cleaned with hot water. Refilled to nearly the top.
- Timothy Hay (big bag) 3/4 of what’s in the feeders
- Orchard grass (small bag) 1/4 of what’s in the feeders (cocoa gets a bit more, as he’s picky). I usually press this though the Timothy hay so that some sticks out the front and encourages cocoa to eat more hay
- Pellets – Usually about 1/2 of the cup that’s in the container is what they get.
- Lettuce – In the fridge upstairs. Usually each bunny gets 2 large leaves of lettuce a day (if they’re smaller, more leaves.
- If it’s starting to wilt, you can stick it in water for the next day on the counter, and it’ll perk up.
- Please wash the lettuce.
Litter boxes are on the table, pre-assembled. Just need to fill with some fluff.
Here’s an example of how much I typically use.
Litter boxes should probably be changed every 3 days, or they begin to smell bad.
Thank you so much for taking care of our little fluff monsters!