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In many ways they're 5/7 pets. They're quiet, affectionate in their own way, full on :lolol: to watch them when they're happy, easily litterbox trainable, etc, but they do take commitment since they're chewers and you have to "bunny proof" things like electrical cords, etc.
One of our old bunnies would chase our :doge: around the apartment. It was :lolol: to watch, since the :doge: knew very well that he couldn't touch the bunny.

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We had a few bunnies. One was alright. The other was a mean motherfucker. IDK, I know nothing about training and socializing bunnies. You DO need to bunny proof electrical cords and stuff.

For a kid, I think a well mannered calm dog is best. Cats are alright but they get prissy and don't want to be picked up and will react with scratching or whatever.

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Also had a guinea pig as a kid. She was a good pet. Easy to take care of, fun to play with. You can't really interact much with them though. Like, you ain't taking the guinea pig with you to the park.

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Also had a guinea pig as a kid. She was a good pet. Easy to take care of, fun to play with. You can't really interact much with them though. Like, you ain't taking the guinea pig with you to the park.
Stick them in their ball and bring them to the park. Safe from predators and can wheel themselves around where ever they want to.

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Also had a guinea pig as a kid. She was a good pet. Easy to take care of, fun to play with. You can't really interact much with them though. Like, you ain't taking the guinea pig with you to the park.
Stick them in their ball and bring them to the park. Safe from predators and can wheel themselves around where ever they want to.
Putting her in the ball was always hilarious.

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They have to be socialized from a young age, but they're really not good pets for young kids. Kids will want to pick them up and cuddle them, and rabbits, with few exceptions, HATE to be picked up. They're prey animals and when they're picked up they think they've been grabbed by a predator and they'll fight and scratch to get out of your grip. Their back legs are :mindblown: strong and they can really do damage to :baby: skin, or adult skin, for that matter. They're really better for older kids and adults, tbh.
Oh nice, prolly good thing i ask these questions. Today my 6 yr old asked me about :doge: , and i gave him the run down on adoption. He suggests that maybe he will be responsible enough to adopt one when he is 9 or 10.

We had a Guinea pig as kids and she was pretty social with us. But my younger bro was probably 9 by then. 6
Good for your kid to recognize that he's not yet responsible enough to adopt a :doge: . :impressive: FWIW, my buddy adopts his rabbits from a shelter, too.

Guinea pigs, which are closely related to rabbits, by the way, might make a better pet for young kids as they're more easily handled, picked up, etc. But they are nocturnal so they'll be awake at night and make funny little grunting noises which may keep some awake. :lol:
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Then you could eat them when you've had enough.

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Our rabbits' name was Stew! :lol: just for the :trollface: lulz.
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In many ways they're 5/7 pets. They're quiet, affectionate in their own way, full on :lolol: to watch them when they're happy, easily litterbox trainable, etc, but they do take commitment since they're chewers and you have to "bunny proof" things like electrical cords, etc.
One of our old bunnies would chase our :doge: around the apartment. It was :lolol: to watch, since the :doge: knew very well that he couldn't touch the bunny.
Cool!

My buddy's rabbit plays with their :pussy: , too. They chase each other around but the rabbit is faster and more agile so the :pussy: can't catch her.
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We had a few bunnies. One was alright. The other was a mean motherfucker. IDK, I know nothing about training and socializing bunnies. You DO need to bunny proof electrical cords and stuff.

For a kid, I think a well mannered calm dog is best. Cats are alright but they get prissy and don't want to be picked up and will react with scratching or whatever.
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Like any other animal, rabbits have wildly different personalities. Some can be assholes but most are really sweet. It largely depends on how they're treated, housed, etc, but some are just born nasty.

Agreed on a calm :doge: for a kid.
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Also had a guinea pig as a kid. She was a good pet. Easy to take care of, fun to play with. You can't really interact much with them though. Like, you ain't taking the guinea pig with you to the park.
Some rabbits do well on a leash and can be walked around the neighborhood. Mine hated his leash so we didn't make him try it after the first time.
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Also had a guinea pig as a kid. She was a good pet. Easy to take care of, fun to play with. You can't really interact much with them though. Like, you ain't taking the guinea pig with you to the park.
Stick them in their ball and bring them to the park. Safe from predators and can wheel themselves around where ever they want to.
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Also had a guinea pig as a kid. She was a good pet. Easy to take care of, fun to play with. You can't really interact much with them though. Like, you ain't taking the guinea pig with you to the park.
Some rabbits do well on a leash and can be walked around the neighborhood. Mine hated his leash so we didn't make him try it after the first time.
One of ours we could leash and take out to a local park. Was :notbad:

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Oh nice, prolly good thing i ask these questions. Today my 6 yr old asked me about :doge: , and i gave him the run down on adoption. He suggests that maybe he will be responsible enough to adopt one when he is 9 or 10.

We had a Guinea pig as kids and she was pretty social with us. But my younger bro was probably 9 by then. 6
Good for your kid to recognize that he's not yet responsible enough to adopt a :doge: . :impressive: FWIW, my buddy adopts his rabbits from a shelter, too.

Guinea pigs, which are closely related to rabbits, by the way, might make a better pet for young kids as they're more easily handled, picked up, etc. But they are nocturnal so they'll be awake at night and make funny little grunting noises which may keep some awake. Image
Thanks! He's a good kid and very conscious of the world around him. It makes parenthood rewarding.

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Then you could eat them when you've had enough.

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Our rabbits' name was Stew! Image just for the :trollface: lulz.
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WAP wrote:Hey, if he's old enough to wear a ball gag he's old enough to fuck himself.

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wap wrote: Good for your kid to recognize that he's not yet responsible enough to adopt a :doge: . :impressive: FWIW, my buddy adopts his rabbits from a shelter, too.

Guinea pigs, which are closely related to rabbits, by the way, might make a better pet for young kids as they're more easily handled, picked up, etc. But they are nocturnal so they'll be awake at night and make funny little grunting noises which may keep some awake. Image
Thanks! He's a good kid and very conscious of the world around him. It makes parenthood rewarding.
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Should've posted this here instead of OT.
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After having dinner with my buddy and his wife Saturday evening we went back to their house to meet their new addition to their family:

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She is a fucking sweetheart. Friendly, sociable, cute as all getout. And such soft fur. :wub:
My buddy with the rabbit sent me this pic the other day.
Can you spot the real bunny? :lolol:
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WAP wrote:Hey, if he's old enough to wear a ball gag he's old enough to fuck himself.

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