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October 4, 2008 at 11:07 pm #588267
Our last sweet rabbit passed away at the age of 9 this last week. I am left with some good Oxbow hay. If you have a rabbit this is good fresh hay recently purchased at the natural pet food store in the Alaska Junction. The are two bags of Oat hay, one is partially used, one bag of alfalfa partially used one larger bag of orchard grass partially used and one larger bag of timothy partially used.Really quite a lot of hay there.At least $30 worth is left if you bought it from that store.I will also include the small amount of Oxbow rabbit food I have left.
Also have a huge home-made outdoor hutch that need some repair..the wire on the bottom needs replacing and the roofing material also but it is still sturdy and served my rabbits well for over 11 years.It is a double decker so the rabbit or rabbits [we had three in there for several years]can hop up to the upper level and play.It kept our rabbits safe and warm …with the addition of plastic to outside in the winter and lots of good hay and straw and a box to get into.
The hutch is also free. If you want to take a look at it let me know. It is heavy and you would need help and a pickup truck to get it out of here.
It could be easily converted to a chicken coop. We thought of doing that but decided we don’t need to add chickens to our mix .
bunzel24atgmaildotcomOctober 6, 2008 at 2:56 am #642338
Hi oddreality, I don’t have any critters who would benefit from your generous offer (wish I were ready for chickens). But I just wanted to say I’m sorry to hear about your dear rabbit. I hope he or she is in a special place now, enjoying what bunnies allegedly do best.October 14, 2008 at 11:46 pm #642339
Thank you arietta, we miss her.She was a great rabbit. It is odd not having a bunny to care for every day.Luckily we still have cats and dogs to keep us busy.October 14, 2008 at 11:47 pm #642340October 16, 2008 at 12:37 am #642341
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