Bunny question!!

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  1. Pinkette

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    Stew-ette is out of food and I accidentally picked her up guinea pig food.
    Does anyone know if this is safe for her to eat until I can get her some of her food?
     
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    Yes rabbits are safe to eat.
     
  3. Pinkette

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    There will be no eating Stew-ette even if her name does sound so yummy.
     
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    mmmmmmmmm rabbit stew-ette
     
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    I too, would eat Teela's Bunny
     
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    win
     
  7. Pinkette

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    Pet bunnies are not as flavorfull as wild bunnies!! So my bunny would not be yummy.

    Does anyone have a serious answer?
     
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    call the store and ask them?
     
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    Call the vet and ask.
     
  10. Ty

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    Call the elgranto and ask.
     
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    Seems like this should be in the Food & Drink section hun :p
     
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    I know when i had my guinea pig i came across guinea/rabbit food. From what i understand the only difference is that guinea food has extra vitamin C. but i wouldn't keep feeding your bunny it permanently.
     
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    Well I didn't feed it to her just to be on the safe side.
    She got some veggies instead.
     
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    This sounds perverted :brows:
     
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    I bought ours guinea pig food once, same mistake.

    we fed it to them, they ate it and liked it..
    they ate the whole bag and it never hurt them at all...



    giver
     
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    thats just bad parenting
     

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