⁣Cocoa Puff breaking the rules. ⁣ ⁣ Cocoa Puff is not allowed upstairs because this is where our bedrooms are and Cocoa Puff has a thing for peeing on beds. 🤦🏻‍♀️ #reallife #bunnyproblems ⁣ ⁣ Does your bunny do stairs...or pee on your bed 😂? ⁣ ⁣ A question I sometimes get from people is if Cocoa Puff can do stairs. At first I was a little confused by this question because Cocoa Puff has always gone up and down stairs with no problems at all—maybe do to his size? However, after doing some research I discovered that many rabbits do have difficulty navigating stairs, or just don’t do them at all. Please don’t force your rabbit to go up and down stairs if they are not comfortable. ⁣ ⁣ *Also, be aware that I was not pushing Cocoa Puff down the stairs, but rather gently guiding him. This is a regular occurrence and I know he is very comfortable going up and down stairs and he was not in danger of injury. ⁣ ⁣ —————————— 𝗮𝗯𝗼𝘂𝘁 ——————————⁣ Cocoa Puff is a Continental Giant rabbit that is 18 lbs at 21 month old. He is litter box trained and lives in our home cage free.⁣ ⁣ ————————— 𝗱𝗶𝘀𝗰𝗹𝗮𝗶𝗺𝗲𝗿 —————————⁣ Please be aware that I am not a rabbit expert and you should always do your own research and consult your vet regarding his/her care. If you are concerned regarding how we care for Cocoa Puff please DM. Positive vibes only please. ⁣ ⁣ —-————————— 𝘁𝗮𝗴𝘀 ——————————⁣ #petvideo #petvideos #instabunny #rabbit #bunny #familypet #pets #petstagram #rabbitstagram #bunnygram #animals #petsofinstagram #rabbitsofinstagram #bunniesofinstagram #bunnyoftheday #animalsinfluence #rabbitsofig #9gag #petoftheday #animallover #animalsco #buzzfeed #weeklyfluff #theellenshow #weeklyfluff @big_cocoa_puff big_cocoa_puff Cocoa Puff the Giant Rabbit

  • Cocoa Puff the Giant Rabbit ⁣Cocoa Puff breaking the rules. ⁣
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Cocoa Puff is not allowed upstairs because this is where our bedrooms are and Cocoa Puff has a thing for peeing on beds. 🤦🏻‍♀️ #reallife #bunnyproblems ⁣
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Does your bunny do stairs...or pee on your bed 😂? ⁣
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A question I sometimes get from people is if Cocoa Puff can do stairs. At first I was a little confused by this question because Cocoa Puff has always gone up and down stairs with no problems at all—maybe do to his size? However, after doing some research I discovered that many rabbits do have difficulty navigating stairs, or just don’t do them at all.
Please don’t force your rabbit to go up and down stairs if they are not comfortable. ⁣
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*Also, be aware that I was not pushing Cocoa Puff down the stairs, but rather gently guiding him. This is a regular occurrence and I know he is very comfortable going up and down stairs and he was not in danger of injury. ⁣
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—————————— 𝗮𝗯𝗼𝘂𝘁 ——————————⁣
Cocoa Puff is a Continental Giant rabbit that is 18 lbs at 21 month old. He is litter box trained and lives in our home cage free.⁣
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————————— 𝗱𝗶𝘀𝗰𝗹𝗮𝗶𝗺𝗲𝗿 —————————⁣
Please be aware that I am not a rabbit expert and you should always do your own research and consult your vet regarding his/her care. If you are concerned regarding how we care for Cocoa Puff please DM. Positive vibes only please. ⁣
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  • ⁣Cocoa Puff breaking the rules. ⁣ ⁣ Cocoa Puff is not allowed upstairs because this is where our bedrooms are and Cocoa Puff has a thing for peeing on beds. 🤦🏻‍♀️ #reallife #bunnyproblems ⁣ ⁣ Does your bunny do stairs...or pee on your bed 😂? ⁣ ⁣ A question I sometimes get from people is if Cocoa Puff can do stairs. At first I was a little confused by this question because Cocoa Puff has always gone up and down stairs with no problems at all—maybe do to his size? However, after doing some research I discovered that many rabbits do have difficulty navigating stairs, or just don’t do them at all. Please don’t force your rabbit to go up and down stairs if they are not comfortable. ⁣ ⁣ *Also, be aware that I was not pushing Cocoa Puff down the stairs, but rather gently guiding him. This is a regular occurrence and I know he is very comfortable going up and down stairs and he was not in danger of injury. ⁣ ⁣ —————————— 𝗮𝗯𝗼𝘂𝘁 ——————————⁣ Cocoa Puff is a Continental Giant rabbit that is 18 lbs at 21 month old. He is litter box trained and lives in our home cage free.⁣ ⁣ ————————— 𝗱𝗶𝘀𝗰𝗹𝗮𝗶𝗺𝗲𝗿 —————————⁣ Please be aware that I am not a rabbit expert and you should always do your own research and consult your vet regarding his/her care. If you are concerned regarding how we care for Cocoa Puff please DM. Positive vibes only please. ⁣ ⁣ —-————————— 𝘁𝗮𝗴𝘀 ——————————⁣ #petvideo #petvideos #instabunny #rabbit #bunny #familypet #pets #petstagram #rabbitstagram #bunnygram #animals #petsofinstagram #rabbitsofinstagram #bunniesofinstagram #bunnyoftheday #animalsinfluence #rabbitsofig #9gag #petoftheday #animallover #animalsco #buzzfeed #weeklyfluff #theellenshow #weeklyfluff https://scontent-frx5-1.cdninstagram.com/vp/ef0bbf5ec41f179e29b0d9c50eb56970/5CE8462E/t51.2885-15/e35/57446601_675798589526717_7791421893883859626_n.jpg?_nc_ht=scontent-frx5-1.cdninstagram.com big_cocoa_puff

    ⁣Cocoa Puff breaking the rules. ⁣

    Cocoa Puff is not allowed upstairs because this is where our bedrooms are and Cocoa Puff has a thing for peeing on beds. 🤦🏻‍♀️ #reallife #bunnyproblems

    Does your bunny do stairs...or pee on your bed 😂? ⁣

    A question I sometimes get from people is if Cocoa Puff can do stairs. At first I was a little confused by this question because Cocoa Puff has always gone up and down stairs with no problems at all—maybe do to his size? However, after doing some research I discovered that many rabbits do have difficulty navigating stairs, or just don’t do them at all.
    Please don’t force your rabbit to go up and down stairs if they are not comfortable. ⁣

    *Also, be aware that I was not pushing Cocoa Puff down the stairs, but rather gently guiding him. This is a regular occurrence and I know he is very comfortable going up and down stairs and he was not in danger of injury. ⁣

    —————————— 𝗮𝗯𝗼𝘂𝘁 ——————————⁣
    Cocoa Puff is a Continental Giant rabbit that is 18 lbs at 21 month old. He is litter box trained and lives in our home cage free.⁣

    ————————— 𝗱𝗶𝘀𝗰𝗹𝗮𝗶𝗺𝗲𝗿 —————————⁣
    Please be aware that I am not a rabbit expert and you should always do your own research and consult your vet regarding his/her care. If you are concerned regarding how we care for Cocoa Puff please DM. Positive vibes only please. ⁣

    —-————————— 𝘁𝗮𝗴𝘀 ——————————⁣
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kimc37 - Kim Chomenchuk 4 weeks ago

One of my rabbits will chill in bed with us and never pees, but the other one will. So we have to lock them both out🙁

witchy69woman - Dawn Tarolli 4 weeks ago

Crowley is a little bunny clutz on the stairs we have to carry him up and down them😂but then again he is also only 2.5 lbs😊

thechirlinwall - Amanda 4 weeks ago

My bunny LOVES stairs and often runs up and down them like she is doing laps. She also likes to use the stairs as a ramp for gaining speed prior to doing binkies 😂 however, she can only do stairs that are carpeted, she won’t go down stairs that are wooden bc they are too slippery for her

natureid.cz - Nature ID 4 weeks ago

Our bunny always pee only on freshly changed bedsheets😖usually he is not allowed visit our bedroom, but he is always able to somehow sneak in and do his business😬 but still.. we love him

zantazz_197 - Abby Castor 4 weeks ago

My bunny doesn't pee on my bed, she goes up to my top pillow and releases her butt pellets. (The pillow is furry and hard to wash too...)

asspin1377337 - 4 weeks ago

When I first got my bunny she would constantly pee and poop on my bed. I think she stopped once she realized it made me mad. Every time she would do it I would immediately put her in her litter box and then clean up the pee and clean my bedding. She eventually just stopped and hasn’t pooped or peed up there since.

wendykated - Wendy Dumelow 4 weeks ago

Our rabbit will always pee on the bed if we let her in the bedroom. So we have to keep the door shut. She never pees anywhere else except her litter tray. Strange isn’t it!

sambloomfield7612 - MrsB 4 weeks ago

Our rabbit was a conti cross and just beautiful he had a thing about peeing on our daughters bed only her bed he loved her so much I think he thought it was his spot lol 😆 he was also a terrible wire eater but we have a Rex now and she is 100% worse at eating things she shouldn’t lol . Coco is beautiful!!!!

gemmahlondon - Gemma London 4 weeks ago

Awwww! He’s so amazing💙my bunny loves the stairs, he happily hops up and down them. I do close my bedroom door though because he refuses to come out from under my bed, it’s too much fun under there apparently! He’s a very good boy though, no poos or wees anywhere except in his litter tray. He doesn’t like the laminate bathroom floor so doesn’t venture in there! He loves hopping in and out of my clothes boxes in my clothes cupboard! Finding my gym clothes all furry actually makes me smile!!