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Brie Prsnk

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Biscuit is very picky with his toys and really only has a few he likes. He loves willow and things he can throw. His all-time favorite is those dried up water hyacinth balls. He isn't into cardboard as much as my other bun was. He likes things he can throw but also chew on. He isn't a big fan of wood. I recently bought him some new stacking cups and his new bed is coming sometime this week. Any toys you guys would suggest?
 

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Apollo is a big foodie but his absolute favourite toy (that I absolutely hate) is a yellow plastic ball with a bell inside it. It has holes that he can use to pick it up and throw it. He likes to fling it around my room when I’m sleeping... He has willow sticks that he just munches on. He had a toy that I attached to his xpen so he’d have to stand to eat it.

His favourite toy is from a store in England called pets at home: https://www.petsathome.com/shop/en/pets/pets-at-home-play-ball-small-animal-toy

The rest of his toys are mainly from small pet select but I have some others that people got for him that I don’t know where it’s from.
https://smallpetselect.co.uk/collections/natural-toys-and-chews-for-rabbits/products/hanging-mobiles?lshst=collection
https://smallpetselect.co.uk/collections/natural-toys-and-chews-for-rabbits/products/ball-trio?lshst=collection
https://smallpetselect.co.uk/collections/natural-toys-and-chews-for-rabbits/products/ball-trio?lshst=collection

https://smallpetselect.co.uk/collections/natural-toys-and-chews-for-rabbits/products/bundle-of-willow?lshst=collection

They also have a sea grass mat that I wanted to get for Apollo but it sold out. One other thing I’d do is put herbs in hay so he can look from them and dig. Dig boxes filled with sand or mud or paper are really good too. I tried to do one with paper for Apollo but he didn’t like it. I might try mud in the future though.
 

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You can also look in the cat section of pet stores (or the dollar tree). The ball I have is similar to Apollo's. The stacking cups are a good idea. Dollar tree also may have items in the baby section for other baby toys (plastic key rings, etc.).

Mocha plays a little with that ball. My other rabbits mostly ignored it.

 

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Biscuit used to have seagrass mats but my dad tends to throw away perfectly good rabbit toys in his outside free roam area. If it's in his inside area then they are fine. He loves those trio balls I always find myself buying those a lot. Biscuit loves herbs and I often put a mix of them in his hay or food and he really enjoys it. I will definitely look into some of those toys for him
 

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That ball seems really annoying but it seems like your rabbit is enjoying it xd It might be worth a try. They are like those cat balls with the bells in them. He has a few cat toys that he likes more than his toys. Biscuit really just enjoys throwing the stacking cups at me or into things and he loves to knock them over.
 
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