Bunny Stank Up The Room!!


There was a huge Cow-Bunny screaming fight two days ago. In the photo above, Pole is checking out all the fur.

Cow is hiding at the wigwam, waiting to pounce on Bunny again.

Poor, poor Bunny. He is already 80% blind. But thankfully, he can stand his ground. And it’s actually “dangerous” to attack Bunny because he cannot see and he is known to simply flail his arms in the air. He could scratch anyone anywhere.

And Cow hasn’t learnt from his lesson last time with Indy. Cow attacked Indy and Indy is superb in his accuracy. Indy scratched Cow’s eye and that resulted in a tear in his eye, which, in turn, resulted in surgery (which failed) and another surgery (which succeeded). The first surgery had Cow in the e-collar for 21 days. It was a very difficult time for all of us.

But Cow doesn’t learn. Or rather, he has an anger management problem.

Now, despite being 80% (or more?) blind, Bunny knows how to urinate at the drainholes or on the grass.

Lately, we discovered that Bunny can come into the room through Pole’s Hole.

Hmm…I can see it now, the hole has been tampered with. It’s slightly bigger.

No wonder Bunny could come in.

This morning, I found Bunny in the room along with Indy, Pole and Cleo. And the room stank…very badly. Sigh…

He sprayed on the door, the polycarbonate sheets on the cabinet doors, the bedding on the bench and along the wall (there was a “river” of urine along the wall).

So, massive disinfecting was required.

I had been looking forward to one day when I did not need to cover this beautiful bench anymore, but looks like that day isn’t going to come soon.

Still have to cover.

You see, we had these polycarb sheets installed on the cabinet doors as well as the front door. It’s to enable “easier” wiping.

I hope I won’t injure my back again.

Spraying along this wall is Bunny’s trademark.

If Cow comes in, it’s worse…he will go inside the apartment and spray along the wall here. He hides and sprays. And Cow loves spraying on the bedding too. Sigh…

The room has been so clean ever since Chinese New Year when we make the “difficult” decision of exiling Cow, Bunny and Indy out to the pantry.

But I learnt fast, no? 

Yes, you did, but you have begun spraying again now.

So, you’d better learn again.

Source: https://myanimalcare.org/2018/10/12/bunny-stank-up-the-room/




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