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1 - Just Scrunch up lots off balls of paper and cover the whole floor off the pen my bunny goes Binky mad and then snuggles up in them
2 - Cotton wheels ( but take the cotton off )
3 - I place clean plant pots around my bedroom for my rabbit
4 - Small Plastic tubs with holes in with small treats so when shaken treats fall out
5 - If you dont mind alot of mess grow grass in a deep tray and your rabbit will eat or maybe dig
6 - Baby Rattles
7 - Popsicle Stiks soaked in apple juice
8 - Coffee Jar Lids
9 - Slinkies
10 - Paper Cups
11 - Wooden Spoons
12 - Blankets
13 - Cuddly Toys
14 - Carpet tiles
15 - Carboard boxes with holes cut in the sides and treats
16 - Little plastic tubs with pebbles in so they rattle when chucked around
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Hmm, coffee lids might not be safe as the bunnies can not only chew them but ingest the plastic. What are the cotton wheels? The others are some great suggestions so thank you for sharing!
Hi Martie that's a good question! I know I was too full of turkey myself and we have way too many leftovers. The sandpaper, while it would file their nails down, would be really abrasive on their soft pink pads on their feet and could break the skin which would be kinda painful for our furred friends. Also, I think it would file off the fur that pads their feet too and they would get sore. That was a great idea though, to stop having to stress your bun out from regular nail trimming.
Pepper has ignored nearly everything I ever bought for her except apple branches. Currently her favorite playthings are: