TIP#1 from Member MyBunny
“Freeze gallon milk jugs full of water. They last longer than the smaller bottles for people that may not be able to change them as often as they would like.” Note: Make sure to use the ones that have twist tops, not the flip tops.
TIP#2 from Member MooBunnay
“Lunch box ice blocks (not the soft cooler packages) seem to retain the cool very well.”
TIP #3 from Jane R via email (thank you!):
“We bought an inexpensive large glass casserole dish with a plastic top. We fill it with water, freeze it, put the top on and place it upside down in the bunnies’ cage. They sit or lay right on top of it and love to lick the cool condensation on the outside. One of the bunnies likes to chew plastic, so we also had to make a little wooden skirt to cover the parts of the plastic top that they can reach. It has been a great solution for those days when the frozen water bottles are not quite enough.”
Caution note to readers from BinkyBunny: It is important to be sure to use a casserole dish as stated or similar type dish that is made for temperature changes, otherwise it could crack.