Need help with my bunnies

I am having a mental breakdown every day.

I already have other pets. Having 3 bunnies (they are bigger than the photo now) is really hard.

Recently they all started fighting because it turns out they're all male.

Originally I just had the white and orange ones, they were from the same litter. Then I added the grey fluffy one.

The white one now has ptsd from the fighting. They all do but she's handling it the worst and literally shaking and wide-eyed all the time.

Recently I acquired a bad living situation and my parents told me I can't keep them in the apartment they bought me and that I need to get rid of them. So I brought them to my grandma's apartment and she said I could keep them there for 2 months but he's severely mentally ill and got mad at me for not wanting to eat her food since she has never washed the pot she cooks in, and then she said I need to immediately get rid of the bunnies.

Now they're in a temporary home for a few weeks because literally one person messaged me saying they could help me to take care of them.

Idk what to do. I can't afford or find a job and a new apartment in that amount of time.

I am feeling very bad about separating them. I don't know which ones to keep or not. I feel cruel separating the sibling duo.

In addition they're such delicate sweet fragile creatures I feel like I wouldn't trust anyone with them.

In addition they all need to be spayed and it'll be very expensive. My favourite is the orange one then the grey then the white one. But idk what to do.

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >my parents told me I can't keep them in the apartment they bought me
    >they bought me

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    is this pet envy or something

    the situation's fricked, yes, instead of antagonizing the bloke asking for help you can actually try and make the best of the situation

    strikes to me that the >THIS ISNT YOUR BLOG autists would legit want the pets to die just so they can talk shit to OP

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just let them kill each other

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hope the buns are OK.

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    So are you going to eat them or what?

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Need help with my bunnies
    >I already have other pets
    >I can't afford or find a job
    have a nice day mate

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Everyone is being a buli homosexual and most aren't offering any help. OP the reality of the situation is that you are not in a good place to care for these animals right now and the best thing you can do is find someone who is. I am sure if you call around to local shelters and pet shops they can help point you in the right direction. FB market place or Craigslist are also options. You seem like you need to work on improving your situation and taking care of yourself right now and then, when you are doing a bit better, you can keep some bunnies. I know it will be very sad to see them go, but I think you know it is what is best for them. Please take care of yourself, OP.

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >if you don't like one extreme it means you like the other extreme
    low IQ thought pattern. VERY common on here

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >unemployed loser who hoards animals that he cannot care for is given a place to live by his parents for free and this is a problem

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      No bully autistic gf

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        What "help" do you want, OP?
        For us to tell you that there's a magic pet service that will house, feed, and clean your bunnies for free until you're actually ready for them?
        Maybe for us to tell you to give them up like you know you should, but then to reassure you that it's not actually your fault but your big dumb parents fault instead? I know you listed them, but it doesn't even sound like having favorites matters here if you can't keep them, can't afford neutering, and can't get a new place for them.

        How about asking
        He could secretly keep them in his parents' basement. They probably wouldn't even be able to smell them underneath the musk of crusty socks.
        You could even see if he'll buy you a different apartment where you can keep all the pets you want, as well as all new cages and neutering for them.
        Maybe, at the very least, he could help you apply for higher-paying jobs to be able to afford a better pet-friendly place, since he seems to give more of a shit about you and your bunnies than you even do.

        Do better. Whether that involves giving them up then becoming a better and more responsible person or if it involves continuing to rely on the kindness of others so you can keep getting what you want, even to the detriment of yourself and the people around you, all for the sake of properly caring for these three insignificant rabbits some day.
        I don't care if you suffer for the rabbits, you suffer for yourself, or you make others suffer for you, but you can't have your cake and eat it too.
        There will be pain before you make it to the end of this road.

        Maybe don't acquire 5 pets if you can't even keep yourself in a stable living situation or pay for surgery for one of them.
        I'm just glad the bunnies don't know how bad things really are.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          kek you jealous? I have my own property, dogs & livestock, including rabbits. I'll fix her into a proper tradwife.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            Why would I be jealous of brain damage?

  10. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I am having a mental breakdown every day.
    This whole situation is tragic but you were never in the right state of mind, financial place, or level of maturity to take responsibility for any animal, let alone baby rabbits. I highly recommend fostering them to a better household, or taking them to your local rabbit/humane society. You need to get far away from your 'toxic' relatives, get professional mental help, and then finally try adopting again after your mind and environment are considerably more stable, probably years from today.

  11. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    why do moronic zoomers get pets they know nothing about and can't take care of

  12. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    TL;DR
    fragile Black person. grow the frick up

  13. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I am having a mental breakdown every day.
    This isn't about you anymore. Shut up.

    >I feel like I wouldn't trust anyone with them.
    You stuck them in grandma's place then in a temp home. Clearly trusting someone isn't the issue so much as you wanting to keep them in your life for purely selfish reasons when you know that you don't have the means to properly care for them.
    You better be visiting to clean that cage.

    >The white one now has ptsd from the fighting.
    >I am feeling very bad about separating them.
    1) Vertically stacked cages exist, same footprint, better isolation. C&C cages exist to build your own enclosures. Chicken wire, wood, and ample videos/plans exist on the internet to make something suitable.
    2) If you don't have the time or funds for them, think about what you're saying with "who can be trusted to care for them properly." Solutions exist for those who actually care and are able, and making them miserable will continue to be your fault if you don't do the things you know they need.
    3) Give them away sooner rather than later if you can't hack it. Every spring and Easter, the adoption market gets flooded with rabbits, so hesitation on your part will go beyond making them miserable from fighting and become giving them a death sentence.

    >Severely mentally ill and got mad at me for not wanting to eat her food since she has never washed the pot she cooks in
    Dude, do her dishes for her if you don't like the way she does them, especially if she makes you food. Just fricking lie about not being hungry and then clean for her instead of telling her "I won't eat your dirty food because you don't clean to my standards," instead of being a robot that doesn't understand why that would be insulting to someone trying to be nice to you. You can't take care of the bunnies, you can't take care of your family, you can't even take care of yourself if you can't pay for your own apartment.
    (1/2)

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Finally, for many young animals, hormones can start to come outside of normal breeding season.
      They can really be little bastards when they reach puberty and when it's time to FRICK.

      If you're set on trying to make it work, then hold fast to that and be patient with them.
      It's only a couple hundred dollars per rabbit, so prioritize the biggest butthole first.
      Get a smaller isolation cage for him to heal in, since you can't watch them all day while he recovers.

      If you truly care about them, either do what's best and give them up, or do what needs to be done.
      Tell your parents how much they mean to you.
      Fall on your knees and beg them for help paying for the surgeries.
      Show them that you can take care of the buns AND yourself.
      Show them that you can keep them clean and odor-free.
      Pick the buns up with a travel cage and take them on field trips, introduce them to your parents if you can in some way so that they start to see them as part of your family in the same way that you do.
      Get them to realize how important they are to you and make it known that you are CURRENTLY and ACTIVELY searching for a better job and your own apartment because of what they mean to you.

      If you can't commit to that, you don't actually care about the rabbits at the level you think you do.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      No clue what’s wrong with grandmas house I lived there and looked after them? Are you taking about indoors or outdoors?

      >do her dishes for her

      She literally doesn’t let me and gets fricking seething mad if I even suggest it

      Finally, for many young animals, hormones can start to come outside of normal breeding season.
      They can really be little bastards when they reach puberty and when it's time to FRICK.

      If you're set on trying to make it work, then hold fast to that and be patient with them.
      It's only a couple hundred dollars per rabbit, so prioritize the biggest butthole first.
      Get a smaller isolation cage for him to heal in, since you can't watch them all day while he recovers.

      If you truly care about them, either do what's best and give them up, or do what needs to be done.
      Tell your parents how much they mean to you.
      Fall on your knees and beg them for help paying for the surgeries.
      Show them that you can take care of the buns AND yourself.
      Show them that you can keep them clean and odor-free.
      Pick the buns up with a travel cage and take them on field trips, introduce them to your parents if you can in some way so that they start to see them as part of your family in the same way that you do.
      Get them to realize how important they are to you and make it known that you are CURRENTLY and ACTIVELY searching for a better job and your own apartment because of what they mean to you.

      If you can't commit to that, you don't actually care about the rabbits at the level you think you do.

      All of this is great advice but you’re assuming my parents are even the slightest bit mentally sane and normal and reasonable. I already tried all that they do not give a flying frick. They fricking hate the rabbits and want them gone. They see them as a liability that will ruin “my” new apartment that my dad invested so much work into

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        You didn't mention that you lived with her, my apologies on that regard. I took that to mean that you just dropped them off with her when you moved in to the new place.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Couple questions, what happened with your old arrangement that earned it the label of "bad"?

        What are your other animals that your parents are OK with, and do we know what makes them think that rabbits are specifically the problem pets?

        Also, I personally wouldn't suggest doing the dishes, I go for the stealth approach or strike when they're weak and tired and just do them while insisting that I want to and not that I'm doing them a favor. If she's truly a nutter and you're not just being hyperbolic, then I'm not sure if there's much you can do in that realm, so that's shitty.

        I apologize if some of my posts come across as aggressive, but 5 pets, an unexplained "bad" living situation, parents providing an apartment, and unable to afford neutering for one let alone three doesn't inspire confidence that you're not just an irresponsible pet owner.
        I'll at least give you the benefit of the doubt before I cast judgment, but some context would be beneficial as far as what help can be offered, since you only later mentioned that you've already sought help from your parents and were rejected after prompted.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Wash every dish in the house when she's not looking.

  14. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    you need to contact a rabbit rescue in your area. they can keep them safe for awhile. if you multiple males or obviously a male and female you will have to get them neutered and then they will stop fighting.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I did contact them they said they’re not taking any new bunnies in and they didn’t even let me post my bunnies on their fb page for rehoming

      Theyre the only bunny rescue in my country

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        NTA.
        Look into farms.
        You may be able to get one to take them.
        Hell, you might even be able to work out a deal with one to care for them temporarily at a cost much lower than most boarding facilities if you're wanting them back once you get on your feet.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          Bruh farms will literally kill them for meat and/or use them for breeding

          Also I literally can't afford jack shit

          Also srry my internet is schitzo af today

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            Bruh, there are other types of farms than ones that produce rabbit meat and furs.
            Farms in general have space, and you need space. They also already care for animals everyday, so it's not the same kind of burden for them than it is for a friend in an apartment that has a day job.
            If you take them to a rabbit-specific farm, then yeah. Dead buns are likely. You take them to a person who just rears chickens for eggs to sell at the local market and otherwise makes their money on crops, then not likely. A poultry farmer potentially even has a special area that is dedicated to raising hatchlings that also require daily checks and is a suitable temp. Throwing your cage and food there isn't that big of an ask for some of them, provided you're respectful enough. You could even offer labor in exchange for using their space. If you're not wanting them back, then you better start putting up ads if you insist on vetting every person for meeting your standards of bun care. Not a lot of options left in that case with your timeframe, either.

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >OP's horny ass rabbits get sold off to Cletus
            >they each get dropped into a cage with 5 females
            >literally frick for the rest of their lives and sire hundreds of other horny rabbits
            >After a few years Cletus eats them and sells OP some of their kids
            literally not a bad deal at all.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      no thats cruel

  15. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Recently I acquired a bad living situation and my parents told me I can't keep them in the apartment they bought me and that I need to get rid of them

    This raises a few concerns and I'm not sure that I can handle the answers

  16. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Holy shit, are you the Yorkie moron? This just keeps getting better.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      i need a bf

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        I can fix you bby <3

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        What sort of animal meat factory farm are you rubbing out of your apartment that caused you to have well over 30 animals in a decade?

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          First of all I have 5 animals

          I can fix you bby <3

          Sounds fake

          https://i.imgur.com/RmRIvl1.jpg

          >Recently I acquired a bad living situation and my parents told me I can't keep them in the apartment they bought me and that I need to get rid of them

          This raises a few concerns and I'm not sure that I can handle the answers

          Me neither

          • 9 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Sounds fake
            You haunt my thoughts. It's real.

            • 9 months ago
              Anonymous

              Rarwr

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is this the one who wants to use a prong collar on a yorkie or a different one.

  17. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just get rid of them. It's not worth the trouble and you clearly aren't ready for it. They'll get over it.

  18. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    put them in a pressure cooker with a but of oil, lemon juice and rosemary. They taste excellent that way, I cooked it just the other day

  19. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >never washed pot
    What the frick? I'm imagining something horrible how the frick can you never wash your pot and keep using it? WTF??? YOU WOULD DIE

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      being 70 and living alone is hell on earth

      it's not that she's not hygienic. she literally forgets the pots are dirty, and even if she tries clean them her sights' fricked so she literally can't see the grease spots

      t. lived with my gramps

  20. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >the strongest and most mentally fit rabbitgay on Wauf

  21. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >mental breakdown everyday
    >the apartment they bought me
    Hey, I'm just going to make a crazy assumption here and tell you that you are a total piece of shit

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I'm just going to make a crazy assumption here and tell you that you are a total piece of shit
      Chill man, he knows he has fricked up and he's trying to do the right thing by asking here. This happens with all kinds of pets all the time. People don't know what they don't know and at least he has sympathy for the animals, which a lot of people don't.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        It has zero to do with the pets or them fricking up.
        It has everything to do with them being a spoiled wimpy brat who creates 90% of their own problems and fears. You suck, too, enabling homosexual

  22. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Recently they all started fighting because it turns out they're all male.
    This doesn't mean anything. You can bond two or three male rabbits just fine, and it is actually easier than three female rabbits, and some combination of male/female will still have its own difficulties.

    >The white one now has ptsd from the fighting. They all do but she's handling it the worst and literally shaking and wide-eyed all the time.
    You should have separated them long ago until you were ready to begin the bonding process. Now you have the double issue of having to bond them and rehab their trust in people and other animals.

    >Recently I acquired a bad living situation and my parents told me I can't keep them in the apartment they bought me and that I need to get rid of them. So I brought them to my grandma's apartment and she said I could keep them there for 2 months but he's severely mentally ill and got mad at me for not wanting to eat her food since she has never washed the pot she cooks in, and then she said I need to immediately get rid of the bunnies.
    Your entire family sounds mentally ill.

    >Now they're in a temporary home for a few weeks
    Does this person have any idea how to take care of buns? Don't judge him or her based on what you know, because you apparently don't know nearly enough.

    >Idk what to do. I can't afford or find a job and a new apartment in that amount of time.
    A few weeks is definitely enough time to find a job and a new apartment, however it is not a great idea to rush these things on account of a few buns that you are wholly unqualified to care for.

    >I am feeling very bad about separating them. I don't know which ones to keep or not. I feel cruel separating the sibling duo.
    Keeping them together is what is causing the issue. Did the siblings even get along prior to the third bunny being introduced?

    >I feel like I wouldn't trust anyone with them.
    Well I don't trust YOU with them so you might want to look in a mirror.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/QrlGzAt.jpg

      I am having a mental breakdown every day.

      I already have other pets. Having 3 bunnies (they are bigger than the photo now) is really hard.

      Recently they all started fighting because it turns out they're all male.

      Originally I just had the white and orange ones, they were from the same litter. Then I added the grey fluffy one.

      The white one now has ptsd from the fighting. They all do but she's handling it the worst and literally shaking and wide-eyed all the time.

      Recently I acquired a bad living situation and my parents told me I can't keep them in the apartment they bought me and that I need to get rid of them. So I brought them to my grandma's apartment and she said I could keep them there for 2 months but he's severely mentally ill and got mad at me for not wanting to eat her food since she has never washed the pot she cooks in, and then she said I need to immediately get rid of the bunnies.

      Now they're in a temporary home for a few weeks because literally one person messaged me saying they could help me to take care of them.

      Idk what to do. I can't afford or find a job and a new apartment in that amount of time.

      I am feeling very bad about separating them. I don't know which ones to keep or not. I feel cruel separating the sibling duo.

      In addition they're such delicate sweet fragile creatures I feel like I wouldn't trust anyone with them.

      In addition they all need to be spayed and it'll be very expensive. My favourite is the orange one then the grey then the white one. But idk what to do.

      Post got too long.

      TL:DR; get your shit together. You can't reasonably expect to take care of other living creatures when you can't even take care of yourself. Start advertising on craigslist, etc. to give away the siblings together and the third bun solo. You can refuse if the adopter doesn't seem up to snuff, although I'm not sure how well you will judge that as you are not an experienced rabbit keeper.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yes they all got along but then they hit puberty

      It’s been over a week and I haven’t come even close to finding a job and I’m freaking out and I’m stuck with my abusive parents being abused all day

      >never washed pot
      What the frick? I'm imagining something horrible how the frick can you never wash your pot and keep using it? WTF??? YOU WOULD DIE

      She said it gets boiled so it disinfects itself idk

      Obviously that’s not hygienic

      Just get rid of them. It's not worth the trouble and you clearly aren't ready for it. They'll get over it.

      I won’t get over it tho

  23. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    didnt read all that wall of text
    just cook them and problem solved

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