Posted on November 25, 2013
Thanks, Yizhu and bunny Mandeville!
So sweet- Hurry up human, what’s taking so long?
Resourceful Mandeville says, “I have to do everything myself!!”
These brands of multi colored pellets are designed to attract owners to purchase. Our rabbit steadfastly refuses to touch them. She much prefers locally sourced FRESH pellets from a local stock feed company. We think Moe is following the ‘hundred mile’ food diet. Her carrot tops and flat leaf parsley are grown on the property for her, dandelions within hopping distance and harvesting of her 100% organic hay should be underway from a friend of ours within the next week or two. NZ
I just want to point out that the pellets in the picture are not multi-color with the bits of junk thrown in (which we have all probably seen, and it’s a shame that they are still sold). The Oxbow pellets in the picture are composed primarily of Timothy hay. You’re rabbit’s situation sounds wonderful. Unfortunately, not all of us have access to so much high quality food for our rabbits.
I can’t get my bunnies interested in the Oxbow pellets, which is a shame because it’s such a good brand. I’ve brought home less expensive brands and within a week I find BUGS IN THE BAG!! Does anybody have any suggestions for rabbit-friendly pellets from a pet store?
Where do you live?
This is an adorable bunny, and a very funny picture! We do tend to be just a little too slow.
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