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Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by MrRustyRead, Jan 16, 2012.


  1. MrRustyRead

    MrRustyRead PetForums VIP

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    What do you all do for new toys for your buns? As every shop seems to have the same stuff and it never changes! So I neeeed something new ha
     
  2. B3rnie

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    Cardboard boxes, toilet roll tubes stuffed with hay and herbs and more cardboard boxes :lol:
     
  3. MrRustyRead

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    I collect cardboard boxes ha bobz loves them! My room is full of the things! And also newspaper! Ha
     
  4. Minion

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    My rabbit might be over spoilt...

    A tunnel
    An edible wicker house
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    A cracker thing
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    A childrens ball
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    A tennis ball sized basket ball - he loves this as he's realised if he picks it up and drops it it bounces
    A ball that you can put treats in - he plays with it regardless of the treats
    A cat toy- strongly recommended (£1 wilkos)
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    A string on a stick cat toy with a fabric heart and feathers - Also used to snuggle up to as well as pounce on
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    Teddies - he licks them, don't give if your rabbit eats them
    Stciks - I bought them from a pet shop for his teeth but they are basically branches from apple, willow and another tree I can't remember at the moment
    The paper out of shoe boxes
    Toilet roll tubes - or anything he can knock over
    A metal dangly ball in his cage for putting veg in - or for swinging against his cage and using as an alarm clock at 6.30am.
    A wooden dangly thing in his cage
    My scarf seems to have become his
    A blanket - which keeps him entertained for hours
    Cardboard boxes
    ... I think that is it.

    However he is being neutered next week and getting a friend in a few months. I was also thinking of getting him a small cat tree as he loves climbing and doing in boxes. I saw the cutest adventure house as well but its almost £300 so he's just going to have to be good and hope Santa didn't see half the stuff he's done!
     
  5. MrRustyRead

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    Mine love primark bags hahaha. I've seen one of those! I want it! But I've just spent nearly £500 on my shed......
     
  6. Minion

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    My boyfriend recently left a Primark bag on the bed and my rabbit got the handle stuck round his neck. Usually I wouldn't have thought twice about it, but i'd recommend cutting the handles off, just in case. :)

    And I know it looks awesome. Knowing my rabbit he'd look at it, think 'that looks expensive', and then never play with it!
     
  7. MrRustyRead

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    Yer I rip them so they can't get the handles stuck. Yer or they would chew it and it will look a mess in 10 minutes ha
     
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