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General Chat Thread, Rabbits in General; My daughters rabbits have been breeding like the preverbial! I have four too many. I've tried selling them and I've ...
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    Rabbits

    My daughters rabbits have been breeding like the preverbial! I have four too many. I've tried selling them and I've tried giving them away. I can't afford to keep them so I got in touch with a local animal charity who said they would take them but I had to pay 10 for each one! I've had all the jokes about making stews and slippers, but has anyone got any idea how I can get rid of these bloomin' things please?! If anyone wants them, I'm in Trimley St Mary, near Ipswich.

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    where i live just now rabbits are a pest and are shot, poisoned, eaten etc. Just wring their necks and be done with them. They are in the same family as rats, squirrels etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jawloms View Post
    I've had all the jokes about making stews and slippers
    Who said they were joking?

    Rabbit is quite expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbieBurns View Post
    where i live just now rabbits are a pest and are shot, poisoned, eaten etc. Just wring their necks and be done with them. They are in the same family as rats, squirrels etc.
    Likewise, some rural areas even have an easter bunny shoot. A pack of farmers even illegally imported and released mixamatosis here to deal with them.

    Do you have a local resteraunt that may want them

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    erm....preloved?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    erm....preloved?
    Thanks... I just chocked on coffee...

    That just conjured up some strange images. [I think my brain is broken today... I'm seeing adult themes everywhere.]

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    As they said when Watershipdown came out, read the book, seen the film now eat the cast! I love rabbit, it's fur is soft and warm, ideal as a hat and it tastes yummy.

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    lol X-13 wil you pack it in!!

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    Rats! Hairy. Japanese. B*starrds.

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    The local butchers ?

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    You lot our mean! Look how cute baby rabbits are!!

    Rabbits-care-mother-baby-rabbits-800x800.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    lol X-13 wil you pack it in!!

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    Firstly - separate your daughter's rabbits so this doesnt happen again!!
    When you say you have tried giving them away - what did you do? You could try your local Freecycle - animals frequently appear on ours?

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    I had a lovely rabbit curry the other day. Wasn't too keen at first but it turned out to be very nice.

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    let them out into the wild?

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