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Last Post by Moonlight_Wolf at 8/12/2009 12:40 PM (71 Replies)
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User is Offline BB
San Francisco Area
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6/17/2008 6:57 PM
Beka,yes they can jump out of the side holes if they want. Rucy actually jumps up into the side holes on our double decker



User is Offline DAWN
Perth, Western Australia
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6/18/2008 7:48 PM

Oh I have so much trouble watching vids too ... I have windows vista ... a complete PAIN!  I generally have to let the vid run through once ... keeps stuttering and stopping and starting ... but by the time I have hung out washing and done a few more things it has finished doing all its ranting and then I can replay the vid in full and watch and enjoy without the interruptions.

I so enjoyed the vid ... what a ball they were having and they look very happy together ...Two cuties!




User is Offline agraybun
Martinez Ca
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7/05/2008 8:09 PM

I got the maze and Smoochies was not interested at all, this is typical of new things though, (she didnt use her "loft" that I put into her cage for like 2-3 weeks!) anyway. Since she is a rather sedentary bunny, (but loves to eat) I put her breakfast pellets scattered through out the maze, now she LOVES the maze- funny how that worked. Also I put leaves of mint though it too. She is slowly checking it out when there is not food in there too now.




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7/06/2008 11:11 PM
That's a great way to get your sedentary bunny movin'! I also usually spread the pellets all over the place instead of in their bowl, to help use their "foraging" instincts. Takes them longer to devour and gets them to exercise. All around a healthy way to go.

She may be going back to explore the maze looking for left-overs, who knows, but either way, a great way for her to exercise her mind and body. Yeah!



User is Offline MooBunnay
Dallas, Texas (Allen)
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7/08/2008 7:31 AM

All of my bunnies love the mazehaven, except Henri, who still loves it but prefers to run laps AROUND it than go through it! Martin and Nilla Bean have theirs up all the time since they live in my bedroom, and they never come out any more! Nilla has a particular square that is hers where she always sleeps, and Martin is constantly doing construction and opening up new tunnels. Its pretty much every morning at 6:30 am that the construction begins (though, it ends by 8:30 pm and then he sleeps the rest of the day because he got worn out )

All the other bunnies get the mazehaven at their "run around" time, and usually have to spend at least 30 minutes chinning every single corner to claim it, and then they go inside. Then we see little bunny heads pop out the top every once and awhile Raymond, who is famous for leaping on top of things without bothering to investigate what they are first, was immediately on top of the mazehave as soon as he saw it, poking his nose in THROUGH the top but he hasn't quite gotten brave enough to jump down in yet.

Overall, the maze gets 14 bunny thumbs up from my 7 bunnies




User is Offline Beka27
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7/08/2008 8:08 AM
my two are sleeping in it right now. they have found a particular corner that is suitable for napping and they snuggle together in there. if i peek in thru the top at the right angle, i can see the bunny love.


Meadow..... Photobucket ...... Max, my angel bunny

User is Offline BB
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7/08/2008 6:41 PM

MooBunnay - let me know if you need any replacement partitions.

We will be selling replacement partition kits too, but we're assessing which partitions will be needed the most. Which part of the maze is getting remodeled the most?




User is Offline Beka27
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7/09/2008 4:47 AM
mine are doing a job on the inside parts. i guess maybe the short sides?


Meadow..... Photobucket ...... Max, my angel bunny

User is Offline Bob the Bunny
Lawrence, KS
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7/10/2008 3:08 PM

Mine seem to be "remodeling" the long partitions the most



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User is Offline Lisa_43
Perth Western Australia
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7/11/2008 7:14 PM
I wish we could get one in Aussie land.



User is Offline MooBunnay
Dallas, Texas (Allen)
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7/14/2008 2:34 AM
I think that all parts of the maze are getting equally remodeled at the current time - he really likes to expand the current openings so I think he's just going to eat the whole thing from the inside out! I'm probably going to find some cardboard poops here and there.... THe funniest part was that he actually found one of those circles that I forgot to punch out and by the next day he had punched it out himself!



User is Offline Beka27
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7/14/2008 7:11 AM
i'm thinking about taking mine apart this week and making the two-story... change things up a bit!


Meadow..... Photobucket ...... Max, my angel bunny

User is Offline Scarlet_Rose
Colorado
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7/14/2008 2:47 PM
O.K. is it just my two or has anyone else's rabbits decided that the holes are too small for their butts to fit through so they've chewed and chewed so the "door" is now a gigantic gaping hole? Now I'm concerned about it being structurally sound, especially with 2 levels.



User is Offline Beka27
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7/15/2008 12:08 PM
i heard this tremendous thumpin and bumpin earlier, i go in the bunny room and Max is inside and lifting the thing about 3 inches off the ground and dropping it back down. one panel is almost unrecognizable... ;o)


Meadow..... Photobucket ...... Max, my angel bunny

User is Offline BB
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7/15/2008 8:53 PM

Bunnies sure do know how to redecorate their digs don't they?! Beka - sounds like Max is a SuperBunny at work! Actually Jack does that too sometimes. So goofy.

Scarlet - The "architect" geek man (aka: my husband) wanted to me to also tell you that the way the maze is developed is that even if a bunny chews a corner or chews though the door, the panels are aligned within the maze in such away that they are normally about 10 inches apart so that keeps it strong, however, if one outside section seems to be in full destruction mode, then just switch out middle panels to give the the sides full strength again. That's one good thing about the maze as opposed to other cardboard structures, is the panels can be moved around as you see fit.

We will also have "replacement" panels up for sale by next week, but as forum leaders, you two of course can just email me with what you need.

I'm glad to see it seems to be keeping them busy at least!




User is Offline kimberleyanddarren
Birmingham, UK
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7/16/2008 1:50 AM
ow someone post the link to the myspace page ive never seen it



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User is Offline COOKIE'N FLUFF MOMMA
Oklahoma
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7/16/2008 6:36 AM

I have to say that my bunnies and Cats go crazy over this thing.  My big persian cat has a game with the bunnies i need to get on camera.  He squishes his big fuzzy body through the little holes and waits for a bun to walk by so he can bop 'em.  Its so cute! The bunnies keep goin back by him like its their little game or somethin.  My persain cat is a BIG boy its soo funny to seem him go through the little holes. He is very talented

hopefully i'll get some pics of it soon on here.



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User is Offline BB Administrator
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7/16/2008 9:21 AM

Kimberlyanddarren - it's in the BB store, or you can go to mazehaven.com.

Poe - would love to see pictures. Hopefully your bunnies do freak out when they get bopped on the head. You should call your cat FOO FOO (Ya know that song...Little Bunny Foo Foo "bops" them...)

ACK!!  This is BinkyBunny.   Just forgot to switch out from my admin mode after working on the site.



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User is Offline Sarah Jones
London, UK
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8/05/2008 6:56 AM
woohoo! i've just seen this for sale for UK customers on the hay experts: https://www.thehayexperts.co.uk/Tunnels+%252526+Tents.8/Maze+Haven.414.html - unfortunately i just put an order through so i'm waiting to see if they will add it to my current order! i really want one! weeeeeeeeeeeeee!



User is Offline osprey
Los Altos, California
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8/08/2008 7:21 AM

An idea from someone who purchased a maze haven on rabbits online.  She took the little cardboard ovals that you pop out and made toys from them:



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