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HELP!!!how can i persuade my dad to let me get a bunny?

I really want a bunny but my dad really doesnt i have made a binder of info, begged, told him i would pay for it, told him it would be outside, and did chores to get on his good side and nothing has worked he is impossible to persuade any ideas?????????? PLEASE HELP

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Tell him how delicious rabbit stew is. =)

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Good one
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Lololol
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Tell him that YOU would pay, care, and pay (again) for all costs that include: vet visits, and care products. I would suggest to do your chores for a while, to get the money for the vet and etc.

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but i have 400 dollars already thats enough to get a bunny
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mynameislauren
Ok. Just tell him all the stuff I told you to tell him.
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It's the same with my dad :(

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ahhhh dads are hard to persuade hes always on my bad side
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Tell him you love him and the best dad ever and tell him that you will take care of it feed it and love it if that does not work lie in your legs and kiss his feet or just say pleaseeeeeeeee that all I got

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then he will probably just kick me of annoyingness
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Hay at least you tried
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Tell him I'll take good care of it and I'll give it lots of attention and I'll feed it and clean its cage. Or try to persuade your mom into letting you have one. If she agrees then she can persuade your dad.

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Do you by any chance have past events or discouragements that prevent him from saying yes to this???

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what do you mean by this?
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Tell him it boost responsibility and maturity as well as finance management

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thanks ill try it one like for you!
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I want a bunny very bad too but unfortunately I have to pay my brothers private school tuition. Anyway just save up the money for the bunny and the vet and all it's needs or food and I'm sure you'll get one ;)

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i havent and i saved up 400 dollars he doesnt even care.
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What can I tell you.... You have some dad there, girlfriend ... .-.
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i know right
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I have 3 bunnies you can have one if you take care of them and all 3 are fixed.ask your dad i just feed then vegetables

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like what state?
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Im in san diego california
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im in va
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Im sorry thats far if you lived around here i would just take them to you
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its ok
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Pretend like you hate him for not letting you get one and maybe he'll feel bad or he'll cave in. Or maybe you should cry and then he'll feel bad. I know I want one too. ima definitely get one when I live on my own

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If you haven't had one before, I urge you to think about it. People often buy bunnies because they are cute and fluffy, but trust me, the cute and fluffy goes away when you're cleaning up the very oderous feces. Don't get me wrong, bunnies are awesome pets when taken care of properly, you can even litter train them. But A LOT of the time people buy bunnies and return them, let them go into the wild, or euthenize them because the initial cute and fluffy thing goes away when you stop wanting to clean up after them. This is HORRIBLE, and I wish people would think it over before getting a pet. However, if you really want this bunny and are willing to take care of it, then I wish you luck in persuading your dad (I didn't get my bunny until I moved out beacuse I failed at persuading my dad lol) I hope you get to have one because they really are nice pets :)

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Hmm i had several bunnies at on time stupid raccoons and coyotes kill most of them but there feces or poop is really good for plants and grass and it doesn't smell bad ... Thats my experience
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All of my bunnies have smelled bad, most people will tell you that if you ask. Poop is poop, it doesn't smell like flowers
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