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I just got a new addition to my family on Thursday.
I've bought Maisy toys and chewy things to chew on, I also gave her a phonebook, paper plate, and gave her two toilet paper/paper towel rolls to play with.
I've noticed she isn't really into chewing things, therefore she generally doesn't play with these toys I've given her.
I know that having things to chew on for oral purposes is really important for buns. Which is why I'm worried that she will have problems with her teeth if I can't get her to chew some things!
Maybe it's because she's new to my house? I don't want her to get bored so does anyone have any suggestions for what I could do? Buy different toys, or even make some? She's a 9 week old American Fuzzy if that helps any. Thanks in advance!