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How to keep animals
Dose any one no how to keep animals on minecraft for 360? I make a pen with roof and walls but the disapear after a day or two
Answer from: ZaoMonichi
Eventually, they will despawn, or glitch their way out. You may just have to stay near them. The easiest way to keep they is to make a lengthy pen out of fences, maybe 10x10 in size.
Answer from: bubblebuddy8575
You can also make a trail of wheat leading to your house, corral, etc
Answer from: JeiMuS
Glass pens work really well at glitching animals. I made a 15x10 Glass U-wall by a water source (the fourth wall was a wterfall) to try and make my room appear underwater, it didn't do that, but it trapped all animals there. Also try making a river that runs under your building and make your floor out of glass. That keeps glitching them too. I hope this helps
Answer from: Add OU RULES
I built a huge pen out of fences and a house for myself and if u live there Ur whole minecraft life they never glitch out or despawn
Answer from: Tiger
I built a fence and it was 10 squares away from my house and I had a railway and a rail cart so they never could glitch out because of the railway.
Answer from: minegeek
Put a lead of wheat and water near to a pen fence and kill yourself 20 times and you will have 199 animals in your house or garden etc.
Answer from: n00bcake
Pickles and prune juice
Answer from: minke
They will fix animal despawning bugs
Answer from: 90210
Will they stay in a fence
Answer from: Tyrant46290
Jan 8th....still no animal despawn bug being fixed, heard new update soon, maybe then
Answer from: question 101
Is this the same for monsters like zombie pigmen
Answer from: Nicole
I wish they would hurry up and get on with fixing this problem. December 2013 and it's still buggy as hell.
Answer from: Nick
Its 2014 January and they keep dying out. I have water near them, grass, and all kinds of stuff. do they need sunlight? because they r inside my house. can somwbody answer this for me? please.
Posted on: 02-28-2014
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