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petsRmything
09-14-06, 04:39 pm
hay every one i went to the pet store the other day and the girl that was working asked if i would like a bunnie that was there i said no at first cause i had no money but then she started telling me how the people that did have her were mean to her so that is why she was at the pet store they didn't want her so the pet store was going to give it to the local zoo to feed to the eagle or the wolfs they have there so she was going to give it to me for free so i had to take it cause i didn't want it to be eatin so i took my chances getting in trouble with my mom to save her so i took her home and should my mom and she fell in love with her but heres the thing i have 2 guinea pigs also so i was wondering if i could put them in the same cage or not if any one has a suggestion you can e-mail me or something!! thanks:love:

jackrussellgirl
09-14-06, 05:07 pm
First off, you need to use proper grammer. Its really hard to understand what you are writing. No the guinea pigs and the rabbit cannot go in the same cage together. They have differen't dietary needs and there are many cases of rabbits killing guinea pigs. Probably the best suggestion is to build a new C&C cage for your rabbit. Good luck!

Percy's Mom
09-14-06, 05:13 pm
First of all, please check your private messages for information about posting rules. It was almost impossible to weed through your post to find your question.

No, guinea pigs and rabbits should NEVER be housed in the same cage. They have different nutritional needs, and even if they seem to love each other, a rabbit could jump and kick the guinea pig which could easily injure or even kill him.

bunnyluv17
09-22-06, 12:32 pm
Rabbits can also harbor pasturella which can be deadly to guinea pigs.
For great information on rabbits visit House Rabbit Society Rabbit Care Guide (http://www.rabbit.org)

sweetjay6891
09-22-06, 03:33 pm
hay every one i went to the pet store the other day and the girl that was working asked if i would like a bunnie that was there i said no at first cause i had no money but then she started telling me how the people that did have her were mean to her so that is why she was at the pet store they didn't want her so the pet store was going to give it to the local zoo to feed to the eagle or the wolfs they have there so she was going to give it to me for free so i had to take it cause i didn't want it to be eatin so i took my chances getting in trouble with my mom to save her so i took her home and should my mom and she fell in love with her but heres the thing i have 2 guinea pigs also so i was wondering if i could put them in the same cage or not if any one has a suggestion you can e-mail me or something!! thanks:love:That's one long sentence...

ILOVEHONEY2005
10-07-06, 01:49 pm
I would suggest a different cage. Big enough for the bunny to hop around in. Maybe a rabbit hutch if you were to keep the bunny outside. Good luck!

bunnyluv17
10-07-06, 03:05 pm
It is not reccomended to keep rabbits outside because of the many risks such as predators, the elements, disease, and neglect. Rabbits are much happier and healthier living as indoor companions.


I would suggest a different cage. Big enough for the bunny to hop around in. Maybe a rabbit hutch if you were to keep the bunny outside. Good luck!