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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Bunny Diggy Box

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    • Lightchick
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      So, I think my anti-toy bunny may secretly be a digger!

      I’ve just been leaving her carrier box out and open, and she loves to dive into it, and then spring out of it like a racehorse from a starting gate.  And I don’t want her afraid of the box, so that’s fine with me.  What’s LESS fine with me is when she goes into it head-first, and kicks ALL OF THE LITTER AND HAY backwards out of it and onto the living room rug!  She thinks it’s a blast, though!  She especially likes it when I crawl over and pick as much of it up as I can and put it back in the box, because that means she can go right back in and repeat the process!  (Seriously, she sits there and watches me put it back, happily waiting for her opportunity!)

      So, I checked out the archived Toy Tests and saw K&K’s diggy box.  Was wondering if the posts on that test are archived anywhere on this site?  Are there any more cool tricks about that idea?  And is there any concern about the cut edge of the laundry basket being sharp and snagging bunny fur? 

      I just hope Miss Lizzy will like kicking around shredded paper.  If her love of digging is only for finely shredded Care Fresh litter, I’m going to be a sad bunny-maid…


    • Ana
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      I found out last night my bunny might be a digger, too. I’m going to test the box soon.


    • Ana
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      And it’s so true how much of slaves we are to our pets, right?


    • Kokaneeandkahlua
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      No real tricks, you can put something beside the box to help them hop in or you can cut a hole in the side for them to go in and out

      Also you can add hay and herbs to make them dig for The laundry basket is so you can clean it out as they like to pee/poo in there. You can certainly use a cardboard box as well!

      Happy digging!


    • Moonlight_Wolf
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      The laundry basket is so you can clean it out as they like to pee/poo in there.

      Yea I figured that out the hard smelly way…

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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Bunny Diggy Box