There is a picture at HRS of a bunny with babies' plastic keys in his mouth that looks just like mine. First years hard plastic keys are a fav that he picks up and throws around over and over. The key is hard plastic. So, baby's toys is a good place to look. Soft plastic can be chewed. I have a small beach ball (inflatable) that he rolls around and around the room for a long time. Maybe a ball will work also. Other choices Enrichment for Rabbits | Bunny Toys and Toys | House Rabbit SocietySo i got my rabbit lots of toys but now the are all chewed up. And all the toys I’ve seen are way too much. So I was wondering if anyone knows where to get some toys for cheap.
Oh wow I’m going to try this then!Anyone can do this!
I paid $25 for a cardboard 2 story + roof house at a House Rabbit Society convention when they used to have them in New Rochelle, so I think of it now as a donation since that is quite pricey.
All those cardboard boxes from Amazon or Chewy are $0 toys. All you need is utility knives. I don't use tape or toxic glue because of the chewing. Boxes, are cheap toys for kids and pets. After the shredding, you can recycle!
My granddog likes to tear up coffee carrier made of paper. Long term entertainment at bargain prices. 2 story cardboard rabbit house - Google Search It might take a while before they start exploring the house, but they will. They might stop for weeks and start again, so if you have the space, rotate boxes of different shapes and sizes. Boxes that hold liquor are usually sturdier, and retailers flatten their boxes for disposal. Easy handling and ready for reassembly.
Now I want to go work on a house for the young bun!