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Thanks! They are fun!

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Well if you want 2 boys you will have to keep them seperated. Boys dont get along together well nor do girls ,so get 1 girl and 1 boy and get them spayed or nutered.   SORRY FOR BEING A KNOW IT ALLSmiley Embarassed

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I hope that you get your bunnys, THEY ARE AWESOME, I will post a list of suppluys.Smiley Tongue

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http://www.petco.com/assets/caresheets/smallanimals/Rabbit.pdfhttp://

 

This is some info that you might need and you will also need all these suppys

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Show this to your mom:

 

average adult size: 12+ inches long
average life span: up to 10+ years
(with proper care)
diet: herbivore

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Thanks Bunnylover! I have done prior research, so I know a lot. After thinking for a while today, I decided that if I get two bunnies, they will have been in the same cage, and both male. I read on at least 4 reputable sources that two male rabbits can be kept together. When I make the cage though, I will make it so that if needed, I can close a door/gate, and the rabbits can't get to eachother. I could also just get one, but then they might get lonely while I'm at school and sports. The divider thing would be used in the early stages if they don't get along, and if one got sick, I could use it.

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Really or you could use this cage:

 

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The c&c cages are MUCH cheaper than a hutch. If I can find the money for a hutch, I will get one. But as of know, I am not allowed to get a rabbit, and I have to wait until Moose passes away.

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you might want to take your mom to a breeder and have them inform her abouty the health and life spand of the bunnys. Thats what i did since myu mom said no and now she is leaninf towrad yes. good luck Smiley Happy

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