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xrhiannonx asked:

13 Jul 2009

rabbit left for 10 days?

i have A rabbit girl she live in a outside cage im goin on holiday for 10 days mum says i av to leave her with water and food but i think she may eat it all at once i live in ireland so theres no boarding kennels here and no family and friends ther on holiday wat shud i do???? help =(



ilovepink2011 says:

Posted on 13 Jul 2009

do NOT leave her alone thats not right. i dont even think the law says you are aloud to leave a animal for that long. bring her or give her to someone else. if you do leave her even though ur mum says u have to then you should even own a pet.


ilovepink2011 says:

Posted on 13 Jul 2009

shouldnt have a pet*


myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 13 Jul 2009

let a family member take care of her :)


paigee says:

Posted on 13 Jul 2009

ask a neirbhour i asked my neirbhour before when i went on holiday to look after my dog so i wouldnt worry but just ask you can only see what they say


ctl888 says:

Posted on 13 Jul 2009

I would never leave any pet outside for 10 days. Take your rabbit.. cage and all.. and see if your neighbor or a friend can watch your rabbit for ten days.


its_alex says:

Posted on 13 Jul 2009

What the hell is your mother thinking? Not to be rude but leaveing an animale alone for 10 days with food and water is stupid.

The water will get dirty and the food will get eatn and if you leave her outside other animales can take the water or food.

Take you rabbit with you or find someone to take care of it or risk a sick rabbit.


amaay says:

Posted on 14 Jul 2009

i don't think that you should leave your rabbit for that long. who knows whether she'll eat all of the food or not, who knows if there will be enough water? i would take her with you for safety reasons, or find a pet-sitter to look after her, after all, rabbits arn't really hard work to look after. (:


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