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I've heard rabbits are quite difficult to breed. That's why they are so expensive here.
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Old 28.03.2011, 15:15
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May I suggest the family size option from Denner?
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Old 28.03.2011, 15:17
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May I suggest the family size option from Denner?
That can feed a family of four for a month!
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Old 28.03.2011, 15:19
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very high in omega 3 I believe
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Old 28.03.2011, 15:22
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very high in omega 3 I believe
and radiation....
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Old 28.03.2011, 15:51
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That can feed a family of four for a month!
Rabbits are also kept as pets - especially by children. In fact my rabbit, when I was a boy, lived to be 12 yrs. old before he had to be put down because he had cancer (still a painful memory ... sniff).

But I guess rabbits aren't cats, so it's OK to eat them.

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Old 28.03.2011, 15:54
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But I guess rabbits aren't cats, so it's OK to eat them.
Unless you are very very poor and you call cats tree bunnies when kids are asking you what they are eating...like some people I know used to.
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Old 28.03.2011, 15:55
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Unless you are very very poor and you call cats tree bunnies when kids are asking you what they are eating...like some people I know used to.
I thought tree rabbits were squirrels.
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Re: Rabbits' kidneys

Anatomically, cats are almost indistinguishable from rabbits, once you remove the head and limbs - so I'm sure your friends daughter would be very hard pressed to spot the difference between the kidney of a 2 month old fluffy bunny, and that of a barely-opened eyes, cute little kitten.

The lady here: Does this sound like a fraud? Cat seller can probably source them for you.
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I thought tree rabbits were squirrels.
Yeah, people eat those too, down south..degu.

Let's not derail OP sincere quest, though, before it makes it to OT.
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Old 28.03.2011, 16:06
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I'm sure your friends daughter would be very hard pressed to spot the difference between the kidney of a 2 month old fluffy bunny, and that of a barely-opened eyes, cute little kitten.
Be careful nobody palms you off with a polar bear kidney though. They are toxic.

Or is it polar bear liver that's toxic?

Either way. Be careful.
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Old 28.03.2011, 16:13
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The order sounds familiar...

Coming from UK? [food items delivery needed]

Grumpy Grapefruit might be able to make a delivery in his cooled shipment.

Quote: I have pallets both chilled and ambient coming from the UK once every 3 or 4 weeks and there is an Asda just up
the road from our UK warehouse. There is always room for extra stuff. So, what is it, and how much of it do you want?


He told the OP to E-Mail him
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Be careful nobody palms you off with a polar bear kidney though. They are toxic.

Or is it polar bear liver that's toxic?

Either way. Be careful.
Liver, too high in Vitamin A.
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Old 28.03.2011, 16:16
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I think I found exactly what you're looking for.
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