Since lately I have only posted about my bunnies, here’s a small drugstore japanese Haul, most of this items can be found in any drugstore, department stores and stores like Don Quijote (Donkihote/ドンキホテル).
After 2 months, my bunnies are finally bonded, it took us longer than others, but we wanted Sumomo (the grey bunny) to settle down before bonding, as Aibon was scared and ran away from her, so we didn’t want to force the situation before she was used to living with us.
Luckily as you read in my previous post she’s a very sweet and friendly bunny and she adjusted very quickly to our family.
I also wanted to share my story as I couldn’t find any advice in bonding young bunnies (not sexually mature yet) from different moms.
We didn’t plan to have 2 bunnies, but as we got the hang of it, and even though I spent lots of time with my first bunny, she’s more active at night and very early in the morning, around 4 am. And I started to notice she got bored once she got used to us.
I highly recommend that if you are considering to have a bunny don’t make the same mistake and think that if having 2 bunnies is not impossible, to get a bounded couple or 2 babies at the same time.
Beginners guide to rabbitsPart 2 What you need before getting a rabbit: REUPLOAD!! Sorry but my page got some troubles and erased part of this post and pictures, this is the updated and restore version!
Either if you are planning to adpot your bunny from a shelter or get it from a breeder. There’s some stuff you need to get set. As most shelters ask you to have everything your pet might need ready at least one week before bringing your new friend home.
So before we decide which rabbit to adopt we bought everything we knew our new bunny needed, so here is my bunny starter kit list: