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  1. Mar 29, 2019 #1

    Kale Passfield

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    Hopefully this is in the right spot but what are some toys you make or get for your bunnies? Currently I have an amazon package of multiple types of balls, 2 tunnel, 2 tent, normal chew toys, huts and toilet paper rolls filled with hay. I'm also going to make my own wood version of maze haven. I'd like any other cool ideas you guys have because I love spoiling my girls
     
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    My rabbits love toilet tubes and cardboard boxes, hanging butterflies I make of brown paper bags, but I love those stuffed wooden toys I will definitely get them too. I also bought one large dog chewing rope and cut it into a few pieces with a knot in each of them, they like them too, especially Leo.
     
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    What about those edible logs at pet stores, do rabbits like those? I need more toy ideas too. Mine have gone through everything I've bought for them already. Today I gave them a paper towel tube stuffed with hay and that was fun. For all of 5 minutes. They need more toys and I'm out of ideas.
     
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    Have you tried apple sticks? I got Bugs quite a few of them for his birthday back in April and he loved them! I got them from Binky Bunny, but I can find them in the pet section in Walmart too. He doesn't like the Walmart ones as much as the BB ones, but at Walmart they're only a couple dollars. Evie really likes willow sticks, but Bugs hates them.
     
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    I used to cut branches off our apple tree when we lived in CA. My boy really likes the 2 or three story cardboard castle/maze I make for him. I save up boxes--no ones with photo quality pics as they are on plastic--and put them in 2 or 3 levels with holes cut thru so he can travel and deconstruct with one in the ceiling to the next level and so on.
     
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    I do have those apple sticks and they seem to like them. Their favorite toys are the willow balls, I just ordered 4 more last night. What day is Bug's birthday? Butterscotch's is April 9th!

    I read in The House Rabbit Handbook about a rabbit that liked to play in scarves that were hanging from a chair or something and last night I saw Goose playing with a fleece blanket that I had draped over the side of his x-pen. He ran laps around his pen, making sure to go under the blanket each time and he kept reaching up under the blanket and moving back and forth under it. I'd like to cut a blanket into strips short enough that he can't get tangled in them but long enough that I can hang them from his x-pen somewhere and watch him play with those. Rabbits seem to like hanging toys but I don't have any. Gotta fix that!
     
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    His birthday is April 21st, which also fell on Easter this year! I find that baby keys are a big hit. I just got some last night and all night long the bunnies threw them at me and each other. Goose sounds like a pretty fun dude.
     
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    I made a few of these up for my bunny's, my belgian hare demolishes it straight away, I fill them with hay nd forage
     

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    Baby stack-able cups with some treats in them..they will throw them around. Also try the baby links...plastic "C" shaped items...you can string them to hand in the cage or just o the side. My buns also like cat plastic balls (but be careful they can chew them up).

    Try cutting strips of fleece and using a square of cardboard cut a small "X" push through the fleece, tie a knot, then hang with the strand down or leave on the floor. they can dig at it, throw or, if you hang it they will run under/around, and maybe "box" at it. I should try this too!
     
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