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Posted by sean on October 9, 2018 at 10:59 am in Rabbits with No Comments


It has been under 48 hours since we withdrew Roman’s supply of treats, and he is already behaving like a different rabbit.

He seems more calm and relaxed. Prior to the change in diet, Claire described his behaviour on some evenings as “psychotic”. Looking back, she had a point! Roman was a bit mad at times, but we just assumed this was because of this personality.

We have continued to feed Roman dried apple in very small doses. This was always his favourite treat anyway, and appears perfectly safe – afterall, it literally is dried up bits of fruit, without an C, D or E number in sight!

It’s pretty obvious that all these chemicals would be bad for a little bunny. Everyone knows that Peter Rabbit snuck into Mr McGregor’s vegetable garden. What Peter, Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail did not do, was break into Mr McGregor’s meth lab.

We have our weekly supermarket delivery this afternoon. I ordered Roman a pot of chopped fresh apple and grapes. I intend to feed a small amount of the fruit to our bunny, to see if he enjoys it. If he does, the much healthier fresh fruit option will then be used to reward good behaviour. If he doesn’t like what’s on offer, it’s back to being Psycho Roman… or maybe try him with a bit of kiwi fruit and banana.

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