Originally Posted by TheCrabbyTabby
My dad owned a rabbit when he was a kid. He said that it bit his hard really hard, and it bled like crazy. I don't think he is fond of them anymore. Not exactly a rat story, but hey, a rabbit is just as cute, right?
A rabbit that bites is an unhappy rabbit. My bunny came from squalid conditions (she lived from birth-4 mths in a commercial rabbit cage with mom and 3 siblings) and she was and still is quite territorial but I have never been bitten and she turns 6 years old this month.
Learning body language and learning to approach and respond to it is vital in dealing with an "aggressive" bunny. Nature did not make bunnies aggressive, they only bite out of surprise and fear.
I'm known as the bunny whisperer, "I educate human- I rehabilitate bunnie."
Saurkraut. My dad used to eat that. It stunk the whole house up for like a day when he did. His parents (my g-parents) were Eastern European so that's why I guess.
YAY Olympia!! university is so fun! I only really started getting involved on campus this year and last (I'm 4th yr) and since doing so I've been happier and made a lot more friends. Just last night in my folklore class (we meet once a week and I missed last week) I recognized 4 people from other classes or through other friends. It becomes a much smaller world when you join socieites and such. :) I'm so happy for you!
My sister lives in Montreal and she cannot attend the university until she lived there for a year. Would that apply to all Canadian student??
**delayed comment on Bekah's frog :( Sorry to hear. And Tiki's Derpy :(