#1
I topped up the existing litter tray in my rabbit's cage with a new brand of cat litter, it looks the same as the old one just slightly lighter, but straight away the rabbit started eating bits of it.

I read online this is really bad so I took it out and just used hay and woodshavings, but nowhere online does it say what to do if it is eaten, just not to let them. Apparently the clay type stuff is the worst as it clumps together in their gut and the stuff I put it was more like broken up bits of stone, probably limestone so hopefully it isnt poisionous and is small enough to pass through without blocking up.

Any advice would be greatly welcomed, its 2am here so I cant get a vet any vets about would be great thanks.
Originally posted by Meths
You need serious amounts of therapy.

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#4
It has also started making strange noises like a human's rumbling stomach.
Originally posted by Meths
You need serious amounts of therapy.

Quote by jagstang270
One should not try to masturbate while Dragoneforce is in the background
you just can't keep up.

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DragonForce? Sounds like some early 90's children's cartoon or action hero lineup.
#5
RIP Rabbit
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#7
Put it in your Microwave! It will speed up the process, and you get a cool explosion!
We can only guffaw at all the humbug we are told about martyrs.