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Forum HABITATS AND TOYS Safe?

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    • Cinnimon&Ollie
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      Is this safe for bunnies?


    • Wick & Fable
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      If I am referring to the right item, that is only made of cardboard and sisal, which is rabbit-safe. Unless your rabbits like fabric specifically (since sisal is lighter), I would actually suggest just a plain cardboard cat scratcher for chewing– it will likely last longer. This does look fun though!

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    • Cinnimon&Ollie
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      Okay, thank you. My rabbits destroyed the cardboard cat scratcher I got in 2 days, so I was looking for something that is the same idea just might last longer.


    • DanaNM
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      Hmmm, the might ignore it. If they chew it, it wouldn’t be the same purpose as the cardboard. Keep and eye on loops of sisal that they might catch their teeth on, or if it has stuffing inside. The benefit of the cardboard is it gives them something to destroy that is safe and not your flooring.

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    • Wick & Fable
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      It is money consuming to buy toys that don’t last long, but that also means they are ‘good’ toys for redirecting your rabbits energy! I regularly purchase cat scratchers for my Fable since she spends most her energy on destroying them.

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    • DanaNM
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      I saw a tutorial at some point on making your own from cardboard boxes. It looks a little time consuming, but if you have more time than money it might be worth it!

       

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    • Cinnimon&Ollie
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      I have time… not the energy though. I think they would like it because they LOVE sisle just not sure if it was safe or whatnot.

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