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Hehe so I may have discovered something I can use to get Chubs (and possibly Comet too, haven't tried yet) to play more! He shows no real interest in any toys or chews or anything. He likes his box tunnels and he chews on those, along with apple twigs when I bring them in, however, he really doesn't play with other stuff- even some of the (what I think are great ideas) ideas I've gotten from this forum and took the time to make.
Well, me and Kc recently bought some of those tiny snickers bars and put them into the freezer to snack on every once in a while. Kc ate one last night after dinner and he kinda set the wrapper by his leg (we were sitting on the floor with Chubs) so he could throw it away when he got up. Well Chubs could not get enough of that wrapper! There was no chocolate or anything left in it but he must have loved the smell. He tossed it around and chased it when it got away from him and tried digging at it- for like 15 minutes! It was hilarious, and a snicker's wrapper of all things?!? Anyways, I may make him a toy of some kind with snickers wrappers inside that he has to play to get to. If you have any ideas, that'd be great! Silly bunny...
MMMM asparagus. I dont like a lot of vegetables, but asparagus, broccoli, and green beans are my faves.
Also, Jenna, Chubs' new game sounds adorable! I'm sure you know, but I feel like I have to say... be careful he doesn't start swallowing bits of plastic.