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This topic contains 5sd replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Kiki 7 months, 2 weeks ago.

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    Kiki
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    Hey guys,

    Does any one have a recommendation of a hay feeder they really like.  Indie has one that came with her cage that hangs on the outside.  It is dropping hay everywhere, it makes me nuts.  I like the idea of it being mounted outside the cage, but def need a better design 


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    Wick
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    Because of how they eat hay, generally any hay feeder is going to drop out a lot of hay. If you want to save money and your rabbit isn’t a fabric chewer, you can make one out of a portion of an old pant leg! That’s how I made Wick’s fabric feeders. http://www.instagram.com/p/BomTp_ulu-e/

    If you put a litter tray under it, it can catch a lot of that hay!


    #1894583

    Asriel and Bombur
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    Could you just put the hay in the litter tray like a lot of other people do?


    #1894601

    Q8bunny
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    I personally like the IKEA plastic shopping bag storage thingy. When we had a home, I had it zip tied to a crate so it was to the side but above Chewie’s litterbox and it worked nicely – and like Wick said, the box caught the hay droppings.

    Now we’re back to hay IN the litterbox (but on top of a plastic screen to limit waste).


    #1894615

    Kiki
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    Indie is an everything chewer lol 


    #1894616

    Kiki
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    I just saw this on another post, this might be perfect for my issue 


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