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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > re-using willow toys
Last Post by Moonlight_Wolf at 9/02/2009 9:01 AM (7 Replies)
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User is Offline RachelB
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8/28/2009 4:12 PM

Both my buns LOVE the willow balls, willow candycanes, and willow cubes sold here at the binkybunny store.  Usually if I put one in at night before I head to bed there are only scraps of it by the morning.  I had been gathering these scraps up after a few days and throwing them out but yesterday I got an idea and made this very scary looking thing....

It was a hit... the boys tossed it about and tore it apart, and by the time I got back from work today its pretty much gone.  Just an idea of what can be done with the little scraps of toys you've got left


User is Offline mrmac
San Diego, CA
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8/28/2009 5:20 PM
Thats a great idea! Making a mental note!
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User is Offline DeVaStAt0r
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8/29/2009 5:20 AM
I had made something like this but Gizmo wouldn't play with it.

he did make it a nice back scratcher though!

the edges were rough though so i subsituted a wooden brush instead!

User is Offline corpathina
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8/29/2009 7:44 AM
this is a fantastic idea! mj completely demolished the willow ball i got for him, but is fairly uninterested in the scraps he's left behind. i'll have to give this a try. thanks for posting!

User is Offline FluffyBunny
Boulder, Colorado
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8/29/2009 11:08 AM
That's a very creative idea!
My bunny chewed his mini willow ball down to a pile of scraps...then ate the scraps.
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User is Offline QueSará
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8/29/2009 11:21 AM

Very cute! =)

 

I would just be careful about the hard sticks sticking out.  Could catch a poor bunster in the eye, especially because they love to throw those tubes!  Maybe make the sticks closer to the tube?


User is Offline bunnymum
PA
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8/29/2009 4:18 PM
Great idea, I love it! I have 2 chinchillas that have a lot of willow pieces and now Bella loves willow too, so I will have to try that. Thanks!
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User is Offline Moonlight_Wolf
United States of America, Pittsford, New York
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9/02/2009 9:01 AM
My bunny chewed his mini willow ball down to a pile of scraps...then ate the scraps

Lol same with mine, so there would be no scraps to do this with.
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