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Nel seems to enjoy this game. Take one blanket (not a heavy bedspread) and simply spread it out and toss it over the bunny. Doesn't seem to bother nel. Rabbits are burrowers after all so the dark doesn't much bother her. After sitting still for a moment she began burrowing around underneath, eventually finding an edge, poking her head out only to dart back under and continue her simulated underground adventure.
while pulling out the winter clothes, i came across a pair of my son's jeans from last year. he's only four so they're very tiny (maybe a size 3T) anyways... i had them on the floor going thru the boxes of clothes to keep or donate, and Meadow has to come over and see what i'm up to. she grabs the pair of jeans and runs away with them. they are now officially her jeans. she plays fetch with them. she stands up to grab them if i hold them over her head. she even flops on them when she's done doing her bunny running. and i think it's so sweet how she has adopted something that belonged to her "brother".
Oh my that is simply adorable! Does she try to crawl into the legs? They might be small and "trap" her in there so be sure to keep an eye on her, of course she may not try that at all either. I'm such a mother hen aren't I?
she crawls in thru the waist about halfway and digs at the fabric. i'm always a step away... the pants are little bit frayed, so i don't want her to try and eat a them if she pulls a piece off.
I take a blanket corner and chase my bunnies while making funny sounds and saying "I'm gonna get you". This gets lots and lots of binkies out of them lol. So yep, I think lots of buns can have fun with a simple blanket Even if your bunny doesn't exactly do the peek-a-boo, it makes great pictures when they are coming out from under the blanket