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  1. BabyBlade

    Rabbit meat, yes or no?

    https://www.zaobao.com.sg/znews/singapore/story20191206-1011204?fbclid=IwAR2M8QzALLd6ZKjX9_0sEBmO5DDZ1ZjeeCK_KcSZMsKA5m3oFqnmGHjcl7Y Rabbit Hot Pot opened in Clarke Quay last week. Didn't know rabbit meat is allowed in SG. Yes or No? Personally it's a no for me. It's the same level of disgust as eating dogs, frogs, seafood. The only meat I've convinced myself to eat is chicken, sometimes pork and beef.
  2. Hamburger

    Rabbit for Adoption

    Found this cutey being abandoned at a car park. Took it home and seems to be in good health as it eat lots of chai sim and kang kong. Do PM me. I would love to keep but have a puppy liao. Did not want to sent it to spca as eventually they will be......
  3. Yeshe

    Rabbit stuff to give away

    Our rabbit passed away this morning, will be giving away all his stuff since I don't think we will be getting a new one. Stuff includes, 1) 40litres bedding - brand new 2) Timothy hay - brand new 3) nail slipper 4) drinking bottle 5) feeding bowl 6) grooming brush 7) pellets Self collect, please try take all. Note, the bedding is heavy.
  4. We all know Porsche's new 991 GT3 is a pretty fast car considering that it has 475bhp and can do more than 300km/h if the roads allow so. So, this guy in his Nissan comes up to GT3 and tries to out drag it with his 350Z. Of course the 350Z has to be tuned in order to even stand a chance. According to the video, it is equipped with a supercharger that would increases output to at least 420bhp. Then, all of a sudden, something else comes up from behind and surprises them at an estimated 240km/h. Watch the video and find out what happens... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Dq2lh51G_c
  5. Fur Arts Grooming Salon We strive to provide your furkids with the most enjoyable , least stressful grooming / daycare they’ve ever experienced . We believe that pets ( dogs/cats/rabbits ) strive in a stress-free environment , and this consists of two components : The Physical Surroundings Gentle handling from the staffs Do visit us at: www.facebook.com/pages/Fur-Arts-Grooming-Salon/122039881209467?fref=ts www.facebook.com/pages/Bunnies-gallery/348759025266497?fref=ts FurArts Grooming Salon Blk 530 , Bedok North Street 3 , #01-632 , Singapore 460530 Tel : 9733 9843
  6. Hi all, Occasionally, we get to see drivers who like to drive like a rabbit at E-way by swiveling in and out of traffic especially at Lane 2 and 3. Intention is probably simple, try to beat the traffic or felt that others are just driving too slow to him at Lane 1. However, the funniest part is despite driving fast but still end up being slow or not much ahead of other cars behind. Just this evening, saw a car that tailgated at lane 1, that later began swiveling in and out fast to get ahead of the traffic. While I kept to lane 1 behind and drive consistently, in the end this car still ended up behind me . I guess power is one thing, if drive without a brain also useless . Regards,
  7. I have made a comparison using the data from Sgcarmart.com as per attached pdf. file. Audi_A1_vs_VW_Rabbit_Sheet1.pdf The newly released Audi A1 costs about 10K more than the VW Golf Rabbit SP Ed in price. Both with COE of $42,999. Audi A1 is slightly better in Performance in terms of Acceleration, Top Speed and Fuel Consumption. Audi A1 has better Driver's features such as Push start engine button, Auto headlights, Rain sensing wipers, Electrical retractable side mirrors, Paddle shifters and Cruise Control, as these features are not available in Golf Rabbit. Audi A1 comes with HID headlights and Front fog lamps, and these features are also not available for Golf Rabbit. Safety features wise, Golf has 7 Airbags, Audi A1 has only 4. Which one will you buy after looking at the price, specs and feature of these 2 cars? Lets hear from you.
  8. is this the year of the metal rabbit? how come got people make heavy metal rabbit greetings one www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnw5BvxSDmM&feature=player_embedded
  9. Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin.../377459/1/.html SINGAPORE: Singapore's Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) says its latest laboratory findings show that the "White Rabbit Creamy Candy" from China is also contaminated with melamine. It advises consumers who have bought the affected product not to consume them. The latest test results bring the total number of milk and related products from China imported into Singapore that are found to be contaminated with melamine to three. The other two affected products are "Yili Brand" Choice Dairy Fruit Bar Yogurt Flavoured Ice Confection" and "Dutch Lady" brand of strawberry flavoured milk. All the affected products have been recalled earlier. Since September 19, AVA has suspended the import and sale of all milk and milk products from China. These products include milk, ice-cream, yoghurt, confectionery such as chocolates, biscuits and sweets as well as any other products containing milk from China as an ingredient. Retailers and importers have been instructed to recall these products and withhold them from sale. As a precaution, consumers are also advised not to consume any milk or milk products from China. AVA says it will not hesitate to prosecute any retailer or importer who fails to remove these products from their shelves. Under the Sale of Food Act, anyone found selling unwholesome food can be fined up to $10,000 and/or sentenced to three months' jail, or both. Consumers who have any queries can call AVA's hotline at 6325-7625 during office hours (8.30am-6pm, Monday-Friday). - CNA/ir
  10. http://health.asiaone.com/Health/News/Stor...0921-89066.html >> ASIAONE / HEALTH / NEWS / STORY "White Rabbit creamy candy" found to contain melamine Singapore's Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) has said that its laboratory test have shown that the "White Rabbit Creamy Candy" from China is also contaminated with melamine. Consumers who have bought the affected products are advised not to consume them, the AVA said in a statement. The latest test results bring the total number of milk and related products from China imported into Singapore that are found to be contaminated with melamine to three. The other two affected products are "Yili Brand" Choice Dairy Fruit Bar Yogurt Flavoured Ice Confection" and "Dutch Lady" brand of strawberry flavoured milk. All the affected products have been recalled earlier. Since Sept 19, 2008, AVA has suspended the import and sale of all milk and milk products from China. These products include milk, ice-cream, yoghurt, confectionery such as chocolates, biscuits and sweets as well as any other products containing milk from China as an ingredient. Retailers and importers have also been instructed to recall these products and withhold them from sale. AVA will not hesitate to prosecute any retailer or importer who fail to remove these products from their shelves. Under the Sale of Food Act, anyone found selling unwholesome food can be fined up to $10,000 and/or sentenced to three months jail, or both. As a precaution, consumers are also advised not to consume any milk or milk products from China. Consumers who have any queries can call AVA's hotline at 63257625 during office hours (8.30 am - 6.00 pm, Monday - Friday). -
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