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Timothy hay pellets are made from Timothy grass (Phleum pratense), a type of grass that originated in Eurasia and has been cultivated in America since the 1720s. It's grown as feed for cattle, horses, rabbits, guinea pigs and other herbivore pets. Timothy hay is rich in long fibre and its abrasive texture helps to grind down the teeth, keeping both the ...


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Dominance signs in cats: cat wants to show how tall it is, starts to stretch the head up and wants to get above the opponent. Dominance in rabbits: rabbit wants to be groomed, wants to get UNDER the opponent. This is why rabbits and cats are this happy together :D each of them thinks "I am the dominant one" and wins the fight. So how you described ...


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In general, rabbits are prey animals to cats so your cat is doing regular cat behavior. The rabbit is afraid to fight back because the cat will have the upper hand in a fight. I would expect this as normal behaviour between prey animals and predators. But most of the time, cats that live indoors that do not learn to hunt will not attack other prey pets. Cats ...


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Now, as the winter is over (the second one, since I asked my question), I found some kind of solution: I built a "tipi" from conifer twigs (For all foreign people - like me: conifer are the group of trees with needles instead of leaves, not like in for example German , where "Konifere" is one particular species) You should choose a native ...


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