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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Hay containment ideas?

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    • Katydid
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        Hi, I am looking for a DIY border for the territory of our two bunnies. Our two bunnies have been successfully free roaming in our living room… We removed the pen but that means that now there is hay in every corner of the room! I would like to make them a small enclosed space where they could play with their toys stuffed with hay. It would have a low border just so that the hay doesn’t escape. I have no experience with such things so every piece of advice is appreciated.


      • LBJ10
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          How big are we talking?


        • DanaNM
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            I think forum moderator @Wick and Fable (but it could have been someone else) used these storage cube grids that were actually solid plastic to make some bunny pen walls. I was also considering making some sort of hay barrier using Coroplast (that I would attach to the pen wall where their hay rack is). Maybe something like that would work?

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          • LBJ10
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              Oh! That’s a good idea Dana! I like that idea. Hmm…. maybe I need to try that.


            • snowstorm1996
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                After years of DIY borders and “containment booms” I’ve just resigned to living in a barn. Our buns are in the lower level of the house which we use as our living space so the main entertaining area is hay and dust free at least. We spread a large fleece blanket over the litter box area which helps to a limited extent. Even when we had a barrier of sorts they would come bounding out of the box, trailing half-eaten stalks of hay into adjacent rooms. Between the fur balls and chew block crumbs we just clean up once a week.

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