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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Rabbit chewing through cage RE: Rabbit chewing through cage


tobyluv
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Is she spayed? Do you have toys and other things for her to chew on – old phone books, boxes, etc.? You can even make her a digging box filled with paper, but there wouldn’t be room for it in her cage. Rabbits do need several hours of out of cage time each day. If she could get more exercise and play time outside of the cage (in a bunny proofed room or rooms) then be given a small treat when she is put back in the cage, maybe she would be more content and not so destructive.

You can see various ideas and pictures of different housing for rabbits if you click on the BUNNY INFO link at the top of the page.