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Forum BEHAVIOR Post for Erin: Bunny proofing

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    • jerseygirl
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      Posting this on behalf of Erin:

      hoping someone who knows bunnies well can help. My daughter and I recently got a mini lop bunny and he is a bit stubborn. He is in her room and we have her room covered in card board. So he can not get under the bed and dresser he will jump on bed to jump behind dresser and then refuses to come out what can we do I almost don’t want to let him out of the cage anymore ? Please help ty ?


    • jerseygirl
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      Bunnies love a challenge! Unfortunately cardboard won’t withstand a determined bunny.

      Personally, I would invest in an xpen. The are so versatile. You could use it attached to his cage and he only be allowed out into that. They’re big enough that you or your daughter could sit in there with him. Or you could use it to barricade off part of the room instead.
      If you do decide to setup a pen for him, I would put something it there that he can go and hide under. Just nothing he could use as a launch pad to jump over the pen. A round tunnel or tent shape hidey house would be good.

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Forum BEHAVIOR Post for Erin: Bunny proofing