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Joeythenethie
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Hello! My bunny has also had the habit of digging and chewing his way through anything that he isn’t supposed to. The digging is probably caused by boredom, if not hormones. If it is because of boredom, then yes offer a digging box with safe material inside, such as shredded paper (with pet-safe ink), newspaper, other fun materials. You could also give her some chewable toys, such as a cardboard tube with some treats inside to toss around. If she isn’t spayed, then she may be acting on hormones. Spaying is always a good idea, for both behavioral and health reasons. Hope this helps!