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... I've developed a means of getting her interested in them, but I wonder if anybody has anything to add to this.
I took a small aerosol bottle and filled it up with a diluted mix of water and apple juice, and give the toys she neglects a couple of sprays. That usually gets her attention for a long time! However, since I know buns shouldn't have too much of this kind of thing, I was wondering if anybody had a healthier alterntive? (I know they have bunny REPELLING sprays, but what about something that actually attracts them? She's a fussy girl so I think this would be a great breakthrough for me )