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Home Forum HABITATS AND TOYS New bunny owner…need help setting up pen! RE: New bunny owner…need help setting up pen!


Jazlyn
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Hi! I have this problem with my bunnies too. Mine would not stop digging and chewing blankets, which by the way, if you notice any holes in a blanket if you give her one, change it immediately. My poor baby lost his leg after getting stuck in one last month. I now use timothy hay mats which I got at a pet store, and they love them! They’re soft enough for the paws and safe to chew! Mine also don’t go through them very fast either. The only thing is you may have to get a few, depending on the size of the cage.