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Not impressed, poor bunnies (and piggies)!
8th Dec 2006, 10:33   | tags:,,,

mason says:

Hmmm. that's odd. According to the pet shop license thing we had through they all need a certain amount of space per creature. That doesn't look sufficient to me but then again you have to presume they are not breaking any laws/terms of their license to run a pet shop.

8th Dec 2006, 10:37

Joe says:

I think you have to assume they are, and make them prove that they're not personally.

8th Dec 2006, 11:41

hildegard says:

Yes, that's nowhere near enough room for that many critturs.
Joe's completely right - one of the largest pet shop chains in the UK had to totally re-launch itself a couple of years back after the extent of their animal abuse was revealed. Just an example - beating guinea pigs to death by whacking them against a skip, instead of the more costly option of taking them to a vet when they'd fallen ill in the shop.
Contact the RSPCA?

8th Dec 2006, 18:14

kyoob says:

not sure the RSPCA could/would be able to do anything, they're fully stocked. We just hope that there are some good homes for these guys to go to - or better still get their rabbits from a rescue centre. Julie and I are running one for the weekend, so expect a plethora of bunny pics!

8th Dec 2006, 19:02

maddog (mrshenderson-at-talktalk-dot-net) says:

they are crapt shop and not just space but illness toto stop then yes call RSPCA the more calls the better and http://www.petitiononline.com/mod_perl/signed.cgi?petshome&51 go here and sign the petition to stpo the seling animals it just not right that they can get away with this

4th Feb 2007, 19:52

Sprocket says:

I do loathe pet shops.

Can't wait to see the bunny bloggin' kyoob.

4th Feb 2007, 21:45

nash says:

you can only see half the cage. it clearly goes round the corner out of shot.

26th Sep 2009, 22:18

yas says:

This cannot be a pets at home store in the UK, there are strict rules stating that rabbits and guinea pigs must not be kept together and a good pets at home store will never sell these animals to be remhomed together.

24th Feb 2010, 12:51

yas says:

This cannot be a pets at home store in the UK, there are strict rules stating that rabbits and guinea pigs must not be kept together and a good pets at home store will never sell these animals to be remhomed together.

24th Feb 2010, 12:51

kyoob says:

Hi yas, I'm afraid it was in the UK - I can't remember which as it was over 3 years ago. But it would probably be in th warrington area.

24th Feb 2010, 12:59

Anonymous says:

i think that the one near 2 the green ball iss sooo adorable !!!!

24th Feb 2010, 20:27

Gabby says:

That is cruel! O_o

5th Mar 2010, 17:41

Anonymous says:

i think you will find pets at home do not put rabbits and guinea pigs in the same pens together. and the slamming of guinea pigs against skips - that statement is ludacrus!!!

8th Mar 2010, 14:09

kyoob says:

Anonymous: Um, well on this occasion Pets at Home clearly had put both together - you can almost see the dark green of the Pets at Home logo in the corner of the second shot.

8th Mar 2010, 14:36

hildegard says:

Hm, that'll be "ludicrous" that you were groping for, Anon? Would that it were merely ludic - a matter of games, sport or frolics, unfortunately, the whole business of industrial breeding & animal retail is fraught with unfunny events.

FYI, I have found, regardless of your thoughts, rabbit & cavies together in P@H stores on numerous ocasions. I recall the case I mentioned as a friend pointed it out to me in her local press & it was sufficiently shocking as to make an enduring impression.

Whilst that case might be discounted as the isolated actions of one particularly unsuitable employee, the chain have had enforcement action taken against them on numerous occasions, at a number of branches; including successful prosecutions instigated by the RSPCA. This does not bespeak a healthy corporate culture.

In my opinion, pets ought not to be treated as retail stock & I find P@H's record on husbandry to have been so questionable that I choose not to use the stores. I am far from alone in my experience & views, as you can see here;
http://www.greenwichrabbitrescue.com/petsathomedont.htm

8th Mar 2010, 15:37

Anonymous says:

What store is this??
Pets at home aren't actually allowed to keep guinea pigs and rabbits together, and they do have set stocking densities. When this happens it makes a bad name for the company when all stores do not behave this way. I urge you to contact the head office about this so the appropriate people can be contacted and disciplined.

16th Mar 2010, 11:10

Nikki says:

Hildegard your an absoulte idiot, where the hell did that comment come from about beating guinea pigs against a skip? Hahaha pathetic, did you actually see this happen? ermmm no didn't think so, it would have been all over the news you moron. I happen to work in a pets at home store and believe me, they go to the vets over any condiditon. We have seperate isolation and quarantine rooms in place for new and sick animals. Instead of having a petition to stop us from selling animals, why not write to the company to actually complain. Believe me they would be sickened if they knew and would come down on the particular store like a tone of stones. They are regulated by laws and have random inspections so maybe its those people that you should complain at as they are allowing it? I know that there are lots of stores and there may be those that are not looking after the animals as they should be (which I do not agree with) but they should be reported to the head office. Plus I know a lot of independant stores that keep their animals in crammed tiny conditions, overstocked, mixed rabbits and guinea pigs (which we do not do anymore) and I think that a big chain of pet shops are going to be better in looking after animals as they have to the money to get vet care.

Look at the big scale of things rather than bias views. A lot of the staff are qualified and we have loads of training so its much better that these people are looking after the animals rather then little think they know it alls

17th Mar 2010, 12:52

Twiglet says:

The thing about hildegard Nikki is not only is she a well respected member of this community, she also manages to make her point without calling people idiots, pathetic or morons.

Pity you have none of her style really...

17th Mar 2010, 13:19

hildegard says:

Nikki - do the reading before you take a position. Being wounded in your amour-propre because your employer is criticised really isn't a sufficient basis for reasoned debate. Ad hominem attacks such as yours here aren't reasoned debate either & never reflect well on people who use them.

Twiglet - Thank you for that. Not everyone is born to stylish self-expression, but if she'd paid attention in class, she might at least have my grasp of grammar. ;)

17th Mar 2010, 13:53

Nikki says:

Oh grow up its not like i swore at anyone, obviously your'e all immature if you are so offended at being called an idiot or moron.

And as a matter of fact hildegard i'm doing a honours degree in animal welfare, therefore I think I can say that I know grammer seeing as I have to write everyday (thats assignments by the way, not online blogs).

Really though ask yourself this, would you rather have trained people selling animals or people without sufficient (or any) training? Have you walked into a small independant pet shop before? What are your opinions of them? And if you love animals so much enough to keep them, then where do you expect to get them from? The wild? Random breeders without inspections/legislation in place? I know my answer.

17th Mar 2010, 14:45

kyoob says:

"i'm doing a honours degree" ... "I think I can say that I know grammer seeing as I have to write everyday"

Priceless, and your straw man argument is not particularly useful in this debate.

17th Mar 2010, 14:58

Anonymous says:

Sorry what is priceless The fact that I'm educated? Well I was told that I should have listened in School wasn't I? (Read comments above) Clearly the fact that since then I have moved on to College and now University means that I must have done something right at school doesn't it?
Straw man argument? Great argument back by the way (not).

How do you think about the way that animals ued for cosmetics are kept kyoob? Worse than Pets at Home? I don;t think so. Looking at your pictures I wonder where the makeup that you're wearing came from? And the products in your hair? Hmmmmm now that is a question.

17th Mar 2010, 15:03

kyoob says:

The 'Priceless' was in reference to your vigorous assertion that you were doing a degree, and yet couldn't spell grammar properly. Admittedly a cheap shot, for which I apologise.

A straw man argument is where the opponent (you in this case) tries to draw the debate off into a superficially similar direction and refutes that instead of the original position, like in your statement above about animals being used for cosmetics, when this has nothing to do with the cosmetics industry, but the care and well-being of wholesale and retail domestic animals.

p.s. I've never worn make-up and I don't even use shampoo, never mind 'products' in my hair.

17th Mar 2010, 15:44

Craft says:

I get offended if I'm called an idiot or a moron or immature.

Edit: She can't spell *you're* either... I'm all for the cheap shots me..

17th Mar 2010, 15:51

Nikki says:

To be honest the lot of you seem more bothered about grammer and whether I can spell or not rather than what your actually debating about LOL.

Oh and I do apologise if I spelt something wrong (ever heard of a typing error?) Obviously not.

So your hair must basically be a big grease then Kyoob? (bullsh******t)
and don't lie, you are wearing makeup in your photos.

Is anyone actually going to answer any of my points and give me some decent opinions or are you just going to talk about strawmen and grammar?

Because if not I'd rather go and talk to someone who doesn't cry over being called an idiot or a spelling error and who can actually argue their case (its called a debate by the way incase you need to look it up)

17th Mar 2010, 16:11

Anonymous says:

I agree with Nikki. I know her and she is definately against animal cruelty and would not be working in a establishment she thought commited animal cruelty.

17th Mar 2010, 16:30

Craft says:

Can I just ask what photos you're looking at? I've been a member here for ages and kyoob seems a pretty liberal bloke and all that but I'm not sure about him wearing make up or hair product.

I use nail polish and lip gloss sometimes though. But I make sure I always but ethically sound products...

Oh and I didn't say I cried about being called an idiot. I said I found it offensive...

17th Mar 2010, 16:54

Anonymous says:

On the users profile, there's pictures of a photo shoot.
Thats good that you do Craft.
I apologise for the offense but it wasn't aimed at you.

17th Mar 2010, 17:03

kyoob says:

Craft: cheers mate, I'm not sure either, there's a first time for everything, but make-up is waay down the list :)

Nikki: There are 2 sides to a camera on a photoshoot ;o)

17th Mar 2010, 17:09

Nikki says:

If it wasn't you in the pic then I take it back.

17th Mar 2010, 17:14

Craft says:

Nikki I think you mean:

*Sorry I called you a liar kyoob a couple of comments back* (Comment at 16.11)

If you had some manners you might have some credibility..

17th Mar 2010, 17:18

Anonymous says:

Hey she said he took it, Now get over it.

17th Mar 2010, 17:28

Anonymous says:

Het she said she takes it back. End of story

17th Mar 2010, 17:29

Craft says:

No manners no cred..

You ought to learn how to play like nice little children.

17th Mar 2010, 17:45

Nikki says:

Drama Queen

Is anyone actually going to answer my points? This really is the worst debate I've had in my life. I think everyone has ignored pretty much everything that I've said relating to the topic but picked up on every other stupid little thing. And Craft you really have some over emotional issues that you need to deal with.

If being called an idiot and a moron offend you so much (which by the way theres alot of things that I would rather call you but you would proberly cry and run to your mom about the way that your going) and getting all arsey over the fact that I took something back which you didn't like (even though I wasn't talking to you) then you need help (or at least a tissue).

17th Mar 2010, 17:51

kyoob says:

To be honest Nikki, I can't find your main point(s) that you're trying to debate, it's lost in the noise, perhaps you could summarise your points? Also, if this is the worst debate you've had in your life, you are most welcome to not participate.

17th Mar 2010, 18:06

Craft says:

No manners baby, no cred!

17th Mar 2010, 18:06

Craft says:

Sorry I hijacked your post kyoob.

We all know I'm a queen but as for running to my mum she died when I was 4 of a heroine OD. This little girl and her anonymous dyslexic friend really are the most offensive bad mannered children. They say youth is wasted on the young don't they?

Cheers!

17th Mar 2010, 18:13

Nikki says:

Craft I seriously hope that you're not aiming the 'baby' at me.

Do you want to read my comments again then? I really can't be bothered to have to explan them all again.

And trust me theres not alot to stay around for. If you want pets at home to stop selling animals then you're going to have to fight a bit bloody harder because you'd get knocked right back down to earth with the feeble comebacks that people on your blog have posted.

And I don't want any cred lol does it look like I do? No lol clearly we do not get on and I can't say that I particularly like you either or have any respect for you so the feeling couldn't be any more mutual

17th Mar 2010, 18:13

Craft says:

Get a life Nikki BABY!

17th Mar 2010, 18:13

Nikki says:

Clearly you haven't met any youth then lol. Plus you don't even know how old I am so not a strong case there really.

And I apologise about your mom (yes thats right an APOLOGY) as in I am SORRY

17th Mar 2010, 18:17

Nikki says:

I've got one thanks and a partner that I can call baby rather than a complete stranger on a blog. Its a shame that you seem to lack that.

17th Mar 2010, 18:18

bethmadethis says:

Nikki, I agree that anyone who encounters animal cruelty in a pet shop should probably complain directly to the company. There's nothing wrong with posting on a blog about it to discuss the issue with other pet owners either though. As this was originally posted in 2006, it's possibly a little late for that.

I'm not sure that it follows that a big chain should be able to care for the animals better because they can afford vet bills - any sized business caring for animals would have to account for vet care costs and smaller companies are surely held up to the same legislation as larger ones.

I would of course favour trained people selling animals over people without sufficient training, again I don't think you can really argue this as exclusive to Pets at Home as a recruitment initiative.

I would probably go for a rescue animal or buying from a breeder over a pet shop as I'd rather go to somewhere that isn't farming pets for profit to the extent of a commercial chain company, I'd always favour places with specialist care knowledge and less animals to care for.

I take your point about legislation and inspections for private breeders, I have no knowledge of what legislation might be in place already that governs them so I couldn't really comment on that but selling and caring for a handful of pets over hundreds of them does seem a more sound way of doing things.

For me, my personal view is that large pet shops seem to lend themselves to a very casual idea of pet ownership - being able to browse between reptiles, rodents and small mammals in quite a frivolous 'chocolate box' selection kind of way particularly unnerves me. Pet ownership should be a lot more considered than that and if I was going to own a pet I'd want to take the time to research it and make sure I got it right. I have no desire for the convenience of driving to an industrial park to pick one up.

17th Mar 2010, 19:10

Nikki says:

Thanks for your comments Beth.

I see your point and I agree that pet shops do have a lot of responsibility in who they sell their animals to because people can buy them as a novelty.

When I work there I make sure that I know the people will look after the animals (to the best of my ability). I run through all of the cons to keeping an animal (such as costs, vet bills, life span, exercise etc) and if anything try to put them off so that if they still want an animal then they know what is instore for them. I also make sure that they have researched on the animal and that it is not a spur of the moment thing.

I would much rather work their then people who are not qualified and don't care because I know that I will get them good homes. It is a shame that people seem to have had bad experiences with pets at home but again I really think that they should actually complain rather then make a blog on it.

I have got a lot of my animals from rescue centres and even now would prefer to rescue animals then buy them from a pet shop. However I still think that aslong as the people in the pet stores are doing their job properly then their shouldn't be a problem.

We have refused loads of times to sell animals to people, even if it means them shouting at us but the welfare is our top priority.

It just annoys me when people seem to have this view that pet shops are evil, its such a bias view.

In my experience, small pet stores are the worst for keeping animals and I have been disgusted at the way that they keep the animals. The enclosures in our stores aren't perfect and I wouldn't in any way advise that they were kept in the same condiditons but the animals are not there for long and we make sure that their new homes are suitable.

I've known other pet shops sell tropical fish to people with a 7 litre goldfish tank with no heater or filter. At pets at home we have pet scripes where we HAVE to fill out the requirements (where they will be kept, do they have a filter, how bigs is their tank, are there any other fish etc etc) and the same with the small animals

I think if people understood the company a bit better and kept their mind open then they could get a better judgement of the place (even if it still remianed the same, at least it was based on fact not just a handful of encounters they may have had)

17th Mar 2010, 19:35

Anonymous says:

'dyslexic friend' WTF? You call me and Nikki children yet your the childish one calling names. Gosh grow up Craft.

At least Beth looked at Nikki's points and responded to them unlike you.

17th Mar 2010, 19:53

Nikki says:

I know, Craft is being just as childish. Bit hypocritical really. I like the fact that Beth actually took the time to read the comments relating to the topic rather then ignore them and then pick me up on every type error that I've made

17th Mar 2010, 19:56

Craft says:

Calling names?

What like moron, idiot and pathetic?

You want me to call you names? Do you get off on that girls? And by the way, I had an email just now saying that Nikki and anonymous are the same person...

Hahahaha!

17th Mar 2010, 20:13

Anonymous says:

I know. It's stupid. lol they say we are childish.
Typos - happen everyday, get over it.

17th Mar 2010, 20:21

Anonymous says:

I think you'll find we are not. And emailing about this. Lame....

17th Mar 2010, 20:24

Nikki says:

lol actually my mate wasn't the one that called you names and I wasn't calling you names orginally, infact I actually apologised if they caused you offence but seeing as you ignored that that and then decided to get all bitchy on me I thought that you deserved it.

oh you didn't get an EMAIL did u? Oh no! My cover has been blown (not LOL) and who was that off exactly? If thats you want to think then fair enough but I can assure you that I'm really not sad enough to pretend to be someone else backing me up, I can do that myself thanks :)

17th Mar 2010, 20:33

Nikki says:

Oh and if you want to call me names then fire away but prepare to recieve them twice as bad back and trust me, the idea of ANY1 gettin off 2 u is just one that repulses me

17th Mar 2010, 20:36

Anonymous says:

Lol Go Nikki. :) I'm backing up Nikki and my other friends that work there, As for being a child? I am a Student Vet nurse so I think me and Nikki know a lot about welfare.

17th Mar 2010, 20:37

Anonymous says:

You're right Craft. I'm Nikki's sock puppet. She hasn't really got any friends so has to pretend...

17th Mar 2010, 20:47

Anonymous says:

What was that last comment about? WTF? Ok this debate has got sidetracked due to some people mentioning no names (Craft) behaving like immature kids.

Get back to the topic in hand. Pets at Home look after their animals fine and treat them well. They have legal legislation to follow which they do so if you do have a problem with that then like Nikki said go to head office and make your point heard (Not like you have one), Only an opnion.

17th Mar 2010, 23:38

jennifer says:

I think that they don't have enough space but, they are cute!!

23rd Apr 2010, 20:27

MAD MANDY says:

I LUV BUNNIES LET'S HAVE A PARTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

23rd Apr 2010, 20:28

Catherine says:

I like bunnies but dogs are the best!!!!!

23rd Apr 2010, 20:29

MAD MANDY says:

what about bunnies???????

23rd Apr 2010, 20:30

Catherine says:

Quit bugging me MAD MANDY!!!!

23rd Apr 2010, 20:31

MAD MANDY says:

I AM NOT BUGGING OK OK OK OK LITTLE MISS NO IT ALL!!!!

23rd Apr 2010, 20:32

princesscoco100 says:

Hi everyone!!

23rd Apr 2010, 20:34

princesscoco100 says:

Hi everyone!!

23rd Apr 2010, 20:34

D(deni95-at-hotmail-dot-co-dot-uk) says:

wow!
Thst must just be the workers or managers that work in pets at home their.
because the two pets at home i visit seperate the guinnea oigs and rabbits and they only allow 4 in each.

25th Apr 2010, 09:00

Anonymous says:

i believe its also valuable to note that pets at home is only a steping stone in the animals life these animals are not permently set there for life and i am sure there is a pretty big turn around in the selling of the rabbits and guinnea pigs

9th Jun 2010, 12:39

Jenny says:

I frequently visit Pets At Home (to oggle at the cute little critters) and the pens have always been spacious place, separating both rabbits and guineas and filled with toys, food and hidey holes.
The staff clearly know what they are talking about and have answered all my questions when I bought my two healthy and happy guineas from there. They also made sure to give me leaflets with loads of information for first time guinea owners.
However I think they may need to review the 'bedding/toy' items though as some of them are rather dangerous (the plastic beds/seeds in the chew sticks).
I also know now that it makes more sense to help a rescued animal. I will go to the shelters if I ever buy another pet, purely because that animal's need for a home is greater.

18th Jun 2010, 13:49

L(L-360-at-live-dot-com) says:

Just to make a quick point to do with the whole pets at home, not caring thing. apart from the people who actually work in a pets at home store does anyone know the extent of the training required to be ALLOWED (as in by law) to sell animals? and in reference to the whole chocolate box point each store (again by law) has people trained specificly in sections of animal care called Section Champions for example the OATA or AOATA Diplomas for aquatics champions, PCT for Fluffys, and for reptiles you have to attend (and pass) a course to be legally qualified to sell and/or advise on their care so the company does all it can to ensure the highest quality of care for the pets we keep in store. Although i do conceed the point every so often people become lax in their husbandry which is why the company pays people an obsene amount of money to make sure every store complies not only with the law, but the rules, guidelines and standards that the company lays down. also in reference to the bashing a cavie against a skip this is most likley an urban legend as i have seen P@H spend over £450 over 6 months on vet bills for an animal, which we later rehomed for virtually nothing meaning the company took a massive loss to ensure that animal had the five freedoms and therfore the 'happyness' it quite rightly deserves. this brings me neatly to my next point p@h also have a rehoming centre in virtually all of their stores which is a regestered charity called support adoption i also happen to know that the company runs this rehoming service at a massive finantial loss kind of puts the companys prioritys into the open doesn't it, the staff also play a massive part in rasing funds for the support adoption they also give away a staggering amount of money each year to their partnered rehoming centres like local kennels etc some staff last year also went and helped rebuild part of the aforementioned rehoming centres. and whilst im on the subject of massive finantial loss for animal welfare most animals are guarenteed so if they do get ill soon after the sale then the company will generally pay the vet bills (subject to managers discretion). i believe that it was nikki who made a comment about some pet shops selling inappropriate aquatic species for tanks i was recently offered by quite a large independant store a red tailed catfish to ''jazz up my tank'' the store operitive in question who i'd like to point out was there 'expert' in at the time assured me that it remained quite small at about 20cm and was quite a peaceful species i do happen to know that a red tail cat(Phractocephalus hemioliopterus [of the family Pimelodidae and order Siluriformes ] jsut to remove any ambiguity ) is quite a large predatory fish i know this as i happen to have 3, 4 1/2 FOOT sub-adults in my tropical pond hardly suitable for a 180 litre tank wouldnt you agree every one makes mistakes but we do what we can to avoid them and always put the pets welfare before anything including profit and if nessesery the customers feelings so instead of shouting your mouth off on the internet why dont you raise any issues you have with the running of the store or husbandry/care of the pets to someone in store preferably a manager who can either resolve the problem or explain why it is not actually a problem anyway if it is not delt with in a way you feel appropriate got to head office thats what there paid for. an irritated bloke slagging someone/something off on the internet does not resolve an issue so if there is a problem next time you visit a store try being part of the solution instead of an arse. sorry i didnt end that quite as eloquently as i wanted to but you get the point, i also apologise in advance for anyone deeply offended by any gramatical or spelling mistakes as i am aware that this is a most henious crime that should be punishable by death but alas is unavoidable any questions or points you wish to discus (d'ya see what i did there) drop me a comment or e-mail if you do know of any inaccuricies in infomation --L--

22nd Jun 2010, 02:00

ashlee(ashleesesiuk-at-hotmail-dot-co-dot-uk) says:

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10th Jul 2010, 17:55

ashlee(ashleesesiuk-at-hotmail-dot-co-dot-uk) says:

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10th Jul 2010, 17:55

MR b says:

First of all i visited this retailer today and can confirm the pictures shown above are very miss-leading. The cage actually has an indoor section as large as the outside section shown above, also has 2 lvl's. Before you 'Bitch' about something,
A- go look for your self
Or
B - Don't believe everything you read .

2nd Sep 2010, 15:58

naomi says:

I am 10 years old. and my guinni pig has just died :[ i am so sad . i am going to pets at home soon. i think all the animals are cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i love pets at home!
i recomnend it to every one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2nd Sep 2010, 21:41

Katy says:

Ahh thats orrible i have two rabbits and they have a huge cage and thats enough form them and the one at pets at home have a way smaller cage and run for like 19 rabbits/guiene pigs

19th Sep 2010, 16:54

tara says:

i work for pets at home and have done for 9 years....we would never keep rabbits and guineas pigs together it is against the animal welfare act...most pet stores have pens like that...please get your facts right

31st Dec 2010, 23:19

charlotte says:

trust me naiomi you really dont want to get a pet from pets at home i used to work there and the conditions are appauling for the poor animals, i own two female rats and they have a 2ft x 3ft cage and thats hardl enough room for them where pets at home have a tiny cage and the animals are always in veiw of the people that come past. the animals are probably stunned by the time they arrive the way they are treated, and you really dont want to know how they are treated when you arnt looking.

27th Feb 2011, 13:49

Anonymous says:

why are the guinea pigs in with the rabbits ????

10th Jun 2011, 21:04

kelly edge says:

I think the rabbbits are really cute and i really want one

25th Nov 2011, 10:29

kelly edge says:

I think the rabbbits are really cute and i really want one

25th Nov 2011, 10:29

kelly edge says:

I think the rabbbits are really cute and i really want one

25th Nov 2011, 10:29

kelly edge says:

I think the rabbbits are really cute and i really want one

25th Nov 2011, 10:29

kelly edge(kelly edge-at-ges) says:

I think the rabbbits are really cute and i really want one

25th Nov 2011, 10:29

kelly edge says:

I think the rabbbits are really cute and i really want one

25th Nov 2011, 10:29

Nikola (luckynikola-at-gmail-dot-com) says:

better keep me one because I gonna buy on

18th Mar 2012, 16:54

Nikola (luckynikola-at-gmail-dot-com) says:

better keep me one because I gonna buy on

18th Mar 2012, 16:54

Anonymous... says:

Guys - just give it a rest with the arguments!
Sometimes, animals are treated like this, you just need to complain to the head office of the company, not argue about it! I'm not taking sides, but some stores are like this, others aren't...

6th Jun 2012, 17:57

Anonymous says:

I want a cat!

6th Jun 2012, 17:59

Spinkie Sparkle says:

Maybe they were having a clean - out day???????????? |:(

6th Jun 2012, 18:00

bob says:

rabbits and guinea pigs should not live together they can not communicate with each-other as rabbits communicate using body language and guinea pig make noises to speak - and there water bottle was green

20th Dec 2014, 20:40

bob says:

rabbits and guinea pigs should not live together they can not communicate with each-other as rabbits communicate using body language and guinea pig make noises to speak - and there water bottle was green

20th Dec 2014, 20:40

bob says:

not enough space

20th Dec 2014, 20:43

bob says:

did any one-els see the poor little rabbit in the front with the bad skin on the thirst pick?

20th Dec 2014, 20:47

bob says:

my real name is not bob by the way just letting everyone know

20th Dec 2014, 20:50

bob says:

plz reply to my comment

20th Dec 2014, 20:52

bob says:

they must be so bord

20th Dec 2014, 20:53

pinky says:

i agry with bob

23rd Jan 2015, 20:24

fat loop says:

i agreey with bob

5th Jul 2015, 12:15

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