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Old October 17th, 2006, 05:52 PM
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Question Question about pumpkin guts

Hello all

I have a question about gutting a pumpkin and if it is ok to give to rabbits?
I have read somewhere that rabbits are allowed to eat pumpkin, So I was wondering if it would be ok to give my rabbits the guts from a pumpkin that we will be carving out for Halloween and if so is there anything I should do first before giving it to my bunnies? Any help to my question would be greatful. Thanx
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Old October 24th, 2006, 12:11 AM
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the seeds they eat. THose you can see in regular small rodent food mixes. You might want to wash it and give it to him to munch on.
I used to give that stuff to my hamsters and they ate the orange pulp too, but not all rodents like it. It won't harm him, so try to see if he likes it.
I think I tried giving it to my guinea pig once and he wasn't that impressed.....
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