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jojo79 11:55am, 2 June 2007
Thought I would start a thread howing some pictures of the Good, the Bad and the down right awful poop!

1st up is the String of Pearls!
Lottie's String of Pearls!

"String of Pearls" by PintSizeDemonPoofball


TERRIBLE PEARL POOP by Rosita41


This typically shows that there is too much fluff inside the bunny's tummy. There are a few things you can use to help them out and as a prevention. Please see the hairball thread here:
www.flickr.com/groups/bunnyloversunite/discuss/7215760383...
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jojo79 Posted 12 years ago. Edited by jojo79 (admin) 11 years ago
2nd is Caecotrophs

All bunnies produce Caecotrophs (also known as Caecal pellets, softies and night poops). These are small, sticky poops that are very smelly! The rabbit usually eats them straight from its bottom. Sometimes you will find a cluster of them in the cage or find a 'smear' where they have trodden them into the ground.

Bad Softies.
Over soft Caecals

This picture shows that the Bunny's diet is too rich. The fresh food, pellets and treats need to be reduced and the quantity of hay needs to be increased. You can see that the Caecals are too loose and almost runny.
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jojo79 12 years ago
Glad to be of service - I aim to please :o)

As more different poop samles are gathered from my herd of willing participents then I shall post them up!

I can also do hedgehog ones if anyone is interested :oD
christinatesta 12 years ago
hmm i am...i have nvr seen HH poo
Leslie Levings 12 years ago
Jojo, you're awesome. People always think we're weird, but we keep examples of good poop and bad poop at the shelter. :)
ladylagomorph76 12 years ago
what DO HH poos look like? (i am familiar with horse, though)
ha ha. yes, people DO think we are weird....sometimes when we do "poop checks" and have overnight guests...well...eyes roll. ha ha...but we don't care. "it's ALL about the BUNNY!"
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jojo79 12 years ago
I will get a nice 'sample' from Hoglet and post it in my thread for you to see!

It IS all about the bunny and Im tempted to get a t shirt printed with that on the front and "its all about the poop" on the back!
ladylagomorph76 12 years ago
ROTFL...........that would be fantastic! ha ha. if you do, you MUST post a picture!!! (you can buy all sorts of stuff on Moo and Qoop....why not shirts? good idea there guys!!
happybun 12 years ago
I am glad you posted the poo too! I didn't know that the "string of pearls" meant there was too much fluff in the belly. Thanks!!
mybunnyrexie 12 years ago
i found a string o pearls today!
i give my rabbits lots of hay and that seems to help.
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jojo79 12 years ago
Gina: Your buns are def gona have hairballs as they are fluffy monsters! I highly reccomend getting them used to eating the Oxbow papaya tablets as these are a great preventative. Also regular grooming and extra grooming when they moult is so important (Im sure you know this already!).

Hay is great for moving things through and water is very important. If you have found the pearls then I would say give a really intense groom and some of malt mix (either Peters rabbit lax, petromalt or kittymalt) to help things through.
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jojo79 12 years ago
Healthy hedgehog poop for comparison!
Healthy Hedgehog Poop!
And BOY does it stink!!!
killaypetshop 12 years ago
Hedgehogs are the most messy smelly creatures I have ever looked after and you are right. I can smell that just looking at it. Gah
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jojo79 12 years ago
:o) but they are cute though....
nightshadejuno 12 years ago
I like the normal, healthy poops - kinda cute, you know!
bunnyhead 12 years ago
I just love you guys! Only rabbit people can truly appreciate the importance of a field guide to poops. And I'm sure I'm not the only one who praises the bun when he makes good poops.
scintillating mine [deleted] 12 years ago
This is awesome!! Being a new bunny owner, it is very important that I know the difference between good poop and bad poop! These are the kinds of things you should be seeing in bunny care books!!
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jojo79 12 years ago
Im hoping to upload some good poops soon!
ladylagomorph76 Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ladylagomorph76 (member) 12 years ago
jojo.........i am extra tired, so things are super funny to me...and i just read ..."i'm hoping to upload some good poops soon!" and almost fell off my chair! that made my day! :-D there is nothing like a little serious silliness to make one really happy.
oh! i know you are serious re: the poops, and we all appreciate the education....it is just the way it hit my brain that i thought was funny.....so keep those poop pictures coming! we appreciate them!
and re: poops! the other day we had occasion to scoot the bunnies into the pen a few extra times during the day, so they got a few more treats than their "new diet" allows for...and sure enough....there were squished cecals the next day!!!! back to NOT BREAKING the diet! and when they need to go NITE NITE...it will be with an herb leaf or mint!
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jojo79 12 years ago
Hahaha - it is bizarre isnt it!

Good to see the poops are keeping you from over treating :o)
ladylagomorph76 Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ladylagomorph76 (member) 12 years ago
the dandylions sprouted this weekend!!! so pretty soon we will also have dandy leaves to treat with, too!!! yes, we watch the poops like crazy!!! OH...and have been known to lift a bunny tail and sneak a peek as we walked by a snoozing bunny...it is alwasy good to "make sure" things are ok!
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jojo79 12 years ago
Ok, this will gross you out!.....

I know how to 'manually' help poops out! It was a trick I was taught at the vets so that when any of my buns have the 'string of pearls' I can help them out...by litterally squeezing the poops out! I am officially Queen Poop I think! I would never own up to this sort of thing to anyone except you guys!!
killaypetshop 12 years ago
Only on BLU :-D
ladylagomorph76 Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ladylagomorph76 (member) 12 years ago
funny.......i was actually wondering about this! i lived on the farm in the summers (grandparents) and i know they used that trick on stubborn eggs, hens with eggs to big or slow or something!) I don't think i would try it myself.
let me rephrase that....i would not try that without being taught how.
Lady Havisham 12 years ago
I've just found a load of those bad softies this morning all over vincents cage, i did a check round the house and thankfully he has left non on our beige carpets! Is there anything i need to look out for? I'll keep up the hay, but nothing different has gone in his diet...
ladylagomorph76 12 years ago
are you sure they are the bad ones and not cecals? do they smell really bad? jojo will know more...and i am sure she will check in later.
Lady Havisham 12 years ago
Yeah, they really stunk and were black-ish? He seems a bit better now though. It was just a supprise to see this mound of it on the top level near his food bowl.
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jojo79 12 years ago
Ok - if they were all mushed together (like the piccy above) then something has upset his system. This could be food, a change in enviroment or even a temp change. Restrict his veggies and treats, cut back his pellets and increase his hay. Do this for approx 1 week. Make sure he continues to drink well. Also, make sure he is still producing 'normal' hard poops as this shows that he doesnt have dihoreha.

If they were small individual round poops, together in a pile (looking kinda like a blackberry) but each poop easily distinguishable as a seperate round blob...then this is ok. It just means that he has over produced his softies. They natural eat them (usually piping hot straight from the butt!) but if their diet is too rich in treats, fruit and sugars then they can sometimes make more than they need and these get left in the cage.
ladylagomorph76 12 years ago
sigh.....or sat on and then they come sit on YOU, and you get a nice "suprise" when they move off your lap.
Lady Havisham 12 years ago
haha, thanks both. His poo seems to be back to normal today, rough pellets. So hopefully it was just a one time thing. I'll do what you suggested though. Thanks for you help :)
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jojo79 Posted 12 years ago. Edited by jojo79 (admin) 12 years ago
4th = Good, healthy, normal poop!
Good poop

Normal poops should be round and firm. You should be able to squash them easily and they should be moist - not too wet and not too dry.

If they are really hard and difficult to squash - your bun needs more fluids.

If they are soggy and too wet - your bun needs less veg and treats and more hay.

If the poop is slimey and / or covered in sticky clear / white residue - this means your bun has had trouble passing it and may be a little constipated. Consult your vet for dosage and give some liquid parafin orally via syringe.

The colour varies from light to dark brown. All black poops (that are smaller than normal) tend to indicated gut problems - more water is needed and keep a check on what they are eating and drinking.

The poops should consist of little bits of hay. You can see these above. Also, you may see hair in the poop. If there is a lot of hair in the poop (when squished it is all strung together with hair) then your bun needs some papaya tablets or fresh papaya or pineapple and a good groom.

The size of the poop depends on the size of the bun. Keep a check on what a 'normal' poop looks like for your bun. That way you can notice if they start to get smaller, drier, or darker.

If you bun ever stops eating and has a sticky lump of goo stuck to his / her bottom hole - go to the vet immediately. This is called a Mucoid Plug and appears when the bun has gone into G I Stasis.
happybun 12 years ago
I have been noticing some bad soft poo...like the caecals you posted. I have increased the hay....and my sunie isn't getting anymore poopy butt really. It just seems like I am seeing alot more squishy poo from both Sunie and Gizmo.
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jojo79 12 years ago
ok - maybe reduce the amount of fresh food you are giving for a week and see if that helps. Sounds like their diet is a bit too rich. As a rough guide buns need per day:
Unlimited hay
1 cup veg
1/4 cup pellets
1 teaspoon of fruit and sweet treats
jade_c Posted 12 years ago. Edited by jojo79 (admin) 12 years ago
5th = Good softies (caecal pellets, night poops, caecotrophs)

Andora's cecals

heh, no cecals on this thread yet so i thought i'll contribute Andora's.

This is how Caecals should look. However, if you find these in your buns cage on 4 consecutive days, then your buns diet is a bit too rich. It means that your bun is over producing these softies and doesnt need to eat them all. Cut back on the fresh veg / treats and increase the hay.
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jojo79 Posted 12 years ago. Edited by jojo79 (admin) 12 years ago
Thats brilliant! Thanks. Ive been waiting for mine to produce some extras...but they have been scoffing them all!
jade_c 12 years ago

you're welcome.

poor andora got these shocked out of her the other day (dad was clapping his hands to get her attention -- but of course after i saw these he got scolded, hehe). haven't seen any more of these lying around since this picture was taken. phew.

actually i took a photo of this just because i had just finished reading this thread. :P
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m for marvellous 12 years ago
ohmygod, your caecal/cecal poops are ultra shiny & glossy! pls tell me it's due to the light or flash!
christinatesta 12 years ago
Mavis, I think she waxed them because her bunny(S) refused to have their poops on camera unless they were beautiful!
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m for marvellous 12 years ago
tee-hee! :)
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jojo79 12 years ago
Ha! This is how they look when they are super fresh (still warm Im guessing!) they dull down after just a few minutes.
Super Gogo 12 years ago
When I get a fresh "batch" of hay from Oxbow, it always cracks me up to see the poops change color slightly. I'm assuming this is because the hay was harvested at a different time and its composition is a little different than the previous box's.
jade_c 12 years ago
hahah yeah it was still fresh when i shot it! hehehe, couldn't help it. dashed for the camera right when i saw that pile. urm, it was too cute, sitting neatly on a piece of tissue paper.
Mangora-rulz2 12 years ago
I have given all the bunnies pretty much the same amout of food (3 of my angora's are around the same age) So everything from pellets, hay, water and treats have been the same....I have never seen any extra cecals from 2 of them EVER. Peace, however, has extra's almost every day...(which is coming handy now that I need them for baby)...I really worried about it before, but now I think that maybe her system works that way...she is really healthy and her regular poops look good.
Any thoughts???
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jojo79 12 years ago
Some buns dont like to eat all their softies. I have found that Angora's in particular seem to over produce. I have NO IDEA why though!!! My Lottie over produces a few every day. Im not sure if it is because they get smeared to the carpets or whether they get lost in fluff and the bun doesnt find them before they go cold (They dont seem to eat them cold!) duno! But the main thing is that she is happy and healthy so I wouldnt change.
ladylagomorph76 12 years ago
Bunners and Nutmeg have pretty much stopped overproducing since "The Diet", however now and again they will leave some...it is MY task to scoop them up before they become carpet decor.
killaypetshop 12 years ago
Anyone any ideas as to the chemistry bit that means if you don't remove them quickly they set harder than concrete?
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jojo79 12 years ago
Ha! No clue - but I know its a bugger to get off the vet beds!
sunsealou 11 years ago
I have noticed my 2 buns sniffing at eat others butts, especially when one is lying down stretched out. Is it possible they are eating the squishy poops from each others butts? (Grose thought, haha, imagine eating straight from the butt of your SO!)
ladylagomorph76 Posted 11 years ago. Edited by ladylagomorph76 (member) 11 years ago
ours sniff each other's butts, too...but i don't think they eat each others cecals...i think they are checking for cleanliness. "Honey, you need a good wash-up!" ha ha. however i would love to hear someone else answer that one!
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jojo79 Posted 11 years ago. Edited by jojo79 (admin) 11 years ago
Yup - they will share sometimes! Awful thought isnt it! Also, its a grooming thing. They will clean each others 'eye snots' and boogers, do the ears, top of the head, neck and then sometimes the tail too.

It can also be a promt for the other bun to move - like a nudge, a good butt sniff can sometimes make the other bun shift its position.
pippicat 11 years ago
hahaha. hamish bunny loves eating bailey's 'eye snots' when we visit him. He gets really into it. He also likes getting right into her ears. We think of it as his 'pillow talk' because he always tries to follow it up with a quick and crafty hump while she is distracted (she is desexed, but he belongs to a male slave and thus is not desexed because his slave has 'issues' with the concept. heh). He's never been brave enough to sniff bailey's butt though, she may be sweet and fluffy looking but she's a bit of a troll to hamish and wouldn't tolerate that sort of 'funny business'. The unrequited love is hilarious.. he follows her around like a love struck puppy but he's also a bit scared of her... she uses him for grooming, never grooms back and beats him up if he stops grooming before she's ready. Heh. Go girl.
ladylagomorph76 11 years ago
jojo....that is interesting! i didn't know!
cutting down on the dandylion (fresh) here, has helped the overproduction. sigh. Bunners will always be a feeding problem, but that's ok....we love him all the more because he needs the extra care.
killaypetshop 11 years ago
Blue's poops

6th = Stasis poops

Blue poops

The ones on the bottom left were from a week ago. They were actually a good sign (believe it or not) as they were definitely better than nothing at all. Top right are from the same rabbit a week later.
killaypetshop 11 years ago
Note the change in colour - darker. Change in size - smaller and all different sizes. Change in shape - no longer round, some flattened, often jagged edges.

What you can't see from the photo is how hard they were. They don't break up when you squish them. Hard as grit.
ladylagomorph76 11 years ago
Nutmeg has had those kinds of poops before....we had to give her critical care, water, petromalt and symethicone. the vet has her on a twice weekly treatment of petromalt because she grooms Bunners SO MUCH that it is the only way to protect her. thanks for posting that....i was thinking that was what you meant, but it is good to have validation. (spell?)
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jojo79 11 years ago
Thanks for the piccy Jim! Thats a great addition to the thread.
FindingHemo 11 years ago
6th= Tapeworm poops!

Travel mode

I found this in Hyacinth's litter box this morning

At the request of jojo79 I am adding two pics of Hyacinth's poops. I found these in her litter box this morning and being a biology major finally came in handy. Once I realized it was a tapeworm, I promptly yelled "ewwwwwwwwwwwwww" and called the vet. Oh, and I also took these pictures, so they would be fresh. Wow. I'm out of my mind.
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jojo79 11 years ago
Perfect - thanks for adding them.
ladylagomorph76 11 years ago
EWWWWWWWW

let us know what the bet does! i remember tape worms from when i was little and visited my grandparent's farms (two sets, two farms)....but i am an easily grossed out city girl. although the rat under the planter in the corner of the yard doesn't bother me. go figure. thanks for posting. i want to know how they get that...and how to treat it.
bunnyhop 11 years ago
we can publish this thread with photos, too!
boristhefrog? haha, kidding :P
ms.tomato 11 years ago
Oh goodness - I am a city girl too! i am still all wiggin out and feeling all covered in tape worms now!!
Catarina de Granada 11 years ago
I am going to have tapeworm nightmares.

It was a poopy-butt kinda week around here. Been too busy to "groom" Cashew. Man.....kept finding smears everywhere! Poor girl!

NO MORE WORM PICTURES PLEASE! AHHHHHH!

Sending you all Poop Peace!
hongkongphooey_2001 11 years ago
great guide. unfortunately we learned some of them the hard way
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jojo79 11 years ago
catlu1: poopy butt is usually caused by the bunny's diet being too rich. Try cutting back the treats and fresh food and increasing the hay consumption. If this doesnt work, try cutting back the pellets. If this still doesnt work then a trip to the vets is advisable.
killaypetshop 11 years ago
Been waiting a while for this one.

Since his scare I have been grooming him more so Blue doesn't do this so much.

1b) Alternative string of pearls. Not so dangerous as the type shown at the top of this thread but still a warning.

Only seen in long haired rabbits.

String of Pearls
ladylagomorph76 11 years ago
oh my! (they actually make necklaces that look like that!...well...not with black "pearls"....or maybe they do??)
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jojo79 Posted 11 years ago. Edited by jojo79 (admin) 11 years ago
Im just amazed he could balance on the jam jar :o)

You really should buy him a bigger litter tray Jim.
rabbittobunny 11 years ago
Hehehe! I imagined Jim walking around with the poop wondering how do I best photograph this?
ladylagomorph76 11 years ago
jojo......HA HA HA.......that took me awhile to "get"...hee hee.
ms.tomato 11 years ago
HAHAHAH - Rabbitto I was thinking the same thing!
killaypetshop 11 years ago
That was almost exactly how it happened. And I have some very silly blurry photos, most of which I have now deleted bc they were so useless. How would YOU photograph them? And Pat thought I was VERY strange.
ladylagomorph76 11 years ago
ROTFL........on a pice of toilet paper. hee hee.
Excellent presentation- one all new bunny slaves should see-esp the stasis poops vs the normal ones from same bun. I did like the string of pearls on the jar though teehee!
dora_marie 11 years ago
This thread is quida funny and VERY EDUCATIVE.
What i saw in Cocotte's cage since the operation is this:
Caecotrophs

So it means her diet is too rich? More timotey hay then and less veggies and pellets?
pmsl , this site has gone to s**t . no only joking as much as it is amusing to see poops everywhere and putting it into perspective when someone says "posting poops" i am glad that you have as i get worried and check on my bunnies and it is worrying sometimes because you do wonder are they ok are they healthy. i'm forever looking out for illnesses that they don't have . so i'm glad that you've opened this thread . maybe we should do more like this with other things too.
okac 11 years ago
dora - yes, make sure shes got her hay on... and watch the veggie intake...

(I give Ezmo about a small bowl in the morning, and a small bowl at night - has worked perfect for about 2 years)
dora_marie 11 years ago
her rack is filled with timotey hay. I also have Oat hay. would it be better?
I cut down on the fresh veggies I give her...Now I am scared I am the one making it so she can't poop her regular poopies. If I see nothing tomorrow morning, I call the vet.
seamonkey mags 11 years ago
This is absolutely gross, but useful.

Bunnies are so much like 2 year olds, it scares me.
bunnyhop 11 years ago
if it were me, I'd give her whatever she wants to eat, soft poos are better than no poos. lots of water too. if she's not drinking water, try some fruit juice. pineapple juice, apple juice, etc.
This is a great thread cos it's what we all need class 101 bunny Poop! I have a couple I give 1st cut timothy or they get a little soft and the rest like their 2nd cut. I always worry about the water intake and really hydrate when they look small or do "strings". I have also used a little extra virgin olive oil instead of the malt if they seem really dry or if the tummy is upset ,a little aloe vera liquid to sooth the upper gut if they don't want to eat. I've heard of the liquid parrafin but never seen anywhere. Where do you get that? Hey Jojo79, that t-shirt sounds like a sure seller!
dora_marie 11 years ago
we can give fruit juice to buns?:) How awesome is that!\Anne, yu olive oil , I dig that idea. Works for my cavies. So happy to know it works for bunnies too.
Poopies are small and really dry and she leaves a lot (compare to usually) of those caecal thingies all over the place. Now, I don't worry too much as now she IS pooping. So this is good news. Tomorrow, will try to tempt her with watermelon.
jade_c 11 years ago
ahhh! i forgot there are worm pictures on this thread! *squirms*
ildarabbit Posted 11 years ago. Edited by ildarabbit (member) 11 years ago
what about really squishy poops - like very liquidy and without a shape at all, like warm smooth peanut butter? koko has started producing these this morning and we are wondering what's up, we have not changed her diet really just been giving them more carrot tops than usual :-/

oh and her tummy has been gurgling quite a bit too...
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jojo79 11 years ago
Ive replied in a diff thread...but.....

If she is ONLY producing liquid, no normal poops at all, then she may have diarrhea and would need to go to the vet asap for medicine.

Usually, squidgy, runny poops are actually the caecal poops and the bun will do normal ones at the same time. This shows their diet is too rich (see the bad softies photo and notes above).

If she is still eating/drinking and producing normal hard poops as well as the soft messy ones, I would say its the extra carrot tops that are causing the prob and to remove all fresh food until the soft mess poops stop.
dnunez_za 11 years ago
Hey jojo, thanks for the advice as always! Koko has had her dinner, groomed herself for an hour etc, all the normal stuff; and gave us a couple nice poops too (giving her some tummy massages really helped I think). Looks like she just had an upset tummy from those carrot tops after all - we have ditched them and it's off to the greengrocer's tomorrow morning!
sunsealou 11 years ago
how about really large slightlysquishy poos? still formed into rounds, but not runny or anything. do they mean something bad?
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jojo79 11 years ago
My Barney does these sometimes Lou. I think they are like 2 poops that got stuck together before being...ummm...pooped out!

I would say more hay is needed. When 'normal' poops get softer (not runny or out of shape) then the bun is eating less fibre. If you cant get him to eat more hay with his current diet, then consider cutting back on fresh food / pellets (slowly) until he does eat more hay.

Nothing huge to worry about though, just make sure the poops dont get worse.
ladylagomorph76 11 years ago
is Bunners the only bunny to eat his softies from the floor? he will eat them "from the source"....but lately he will just drop them...spin around slowly and slurp them from the ground...at first he acted puzzled...like "oh, i dropped these?" now he just eats them either way....from 'the source' or from the floor...at least he eats them! and he is always interested and gobbles them!
PintSizeDemonPoofball 11 years ago
I forgot those worms!!! I *KNEW* there was already the most official grossest bunny photo ever taken already in here somewhere!!! :P

I've got a 9-pearl string if anybody wants a shot. I think I saved it (waaaay too long as it was Fiver's... and he's been gone a while...) to shoot for our "Care Guide" for when someone has to watch Arwen.
Lost In Splendor 11 years ago
I hate to say I am greatful for a thread about poop, but this is very helpful. Thanks guys! :)
ladylagomorph76 Posted 11 years ago. Edited by ladylagomorph76 (member) 11 years ago
yes, i refer to it off and on, too...so i am thankful that it is here, too. PSDPB...you could post it here!!!
(i am grossed out by the worms so i hit "page-end" unless i need to check the worm part)
Rachel Em 11 years ago
Pam, Fella will take them from the source and then spits them out and then eats them off the floor!
ladylagomorph76 11 years ago
oh good! whew. i don't know why....ok, i know why....i thought he was getting old and lazy....sigh... but if he is just weird, that's totally ok with me. LOL. thanks RachelEm! tell Fella he has a kindred spirit!
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jojo79 11 years ago
Mine even eat them off the walls after flicking them there with the back feet! As long as they eat them, I dont mind how they are served :o)
ladylagomorph76 11 years ago
ROTFL........hee hee.....**tears up**....ok, i needed that.......
sigh....LOL.....
choke.........
yup...........as long as they eat the softies....
BUNNIES RULE!
ildarabbit 11 years ago
off the *walls*??!! WOW
PintSizeDemonPoofball 11 years ago
Here's one of Fiver's masterpieces. He always had trouble with shedding season..... (don't ask me why I've still got it even though he's been gone several years.... I think I planned to take a photo of it for our "bunny care" sheet we leave when we go somewhere and just never got around to it...)
"String of Pearls"
PintSizeDemonPoofball 11 years ago
I'm sure it came out more straight.... he was talented, but not *that* talented! It works nicely in that shape though-- as if that one poo is the center jewel! :P
RabbitMatch.org 11 years ago
jojo79 and everyone.

I've have the RSS feed to your flickr pics (BLU) but had No Idea there was a whole community behind them...

jojo79, your info is fantastic. we're going to link to it from our site. it's Great!

Warmly,
Alinda (on behalf of 5 house buns and 18 shelter buns)
www.rabbitmatch.org
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jojo79 11 years ago
What an honour! Thank you RabbitMatch! Keep up your good work with the bun buns!
ladylagomorph76 11 years ago
i agree.....much thanks to jojo...and all the bunnies and others who contributed! but most esp. jojo!!!!
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