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Forum DIET & CARE Kaytee Treats

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    • TatertotBabel
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      Hi,

      My dad has brought me these treats for my bunny, and I don’t wanna waste them. I’m just wondering if they’re safe to eat because I heard a lot of backlash about the company Kaytee.

      Forti Diet Healthy Bits Treats


    • Wick & Fable
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      It’s not inherently toxic, but it definitely is on the “junk food” end of treats and may cause GI issues for a rabbit who may have a more sensitive stomach. I understand not wanting to waste them, but ultimately your dad already spent the money so whether or not you use them doesn’t change that fact (unless you can return them!). I personally would not feed these and instead give a couple pellets as “treats” instead.

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    • Cinnimon&Ollie
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      Those treats would be great for hamster if you or someone you know has a hamster or hamsters. I wouldn’t give them to rabbits though as it contains lots of seeds which rabbits should not eat.


    • BZOO
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      Also, you can chuck them outside for the birds.

      Be sure to tell dad thanks for the thought!😁


    • BinkyBunny
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      I ditto what others have said.  You could save this just for a treat– like a little pinch, but not as his main pellet.  🙂

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Forum DIET & CARE Kaytee Treats