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Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by Mikeo125, Oct 9, 2019.
Had my rabbits indoors for over a year no problem but now eating furniture any advice
Pretty normal behaviour haha!! Lots of rabbit proofing required, blocking off and protection. Make sure the buns have things they ARE allowed to chew up and destroy. The most destructive buns also tend to be the most intelligent so regular rotation of their own toys and boxes is recommended.
Our rabbit is chewing his litter tray, he has a hay block, log and ball to play with - he is also chewing his wooden house. Any suggestions?
completely normal bunny behaviour. More space, thoroughly bunny proof (and predator proof if outside) of course, can help change destructive behaviours. Change toys around daily so there’s always something “new” to play with!