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Toys and Enrichment

Rabbits are very intelligent, curious creatures, and they get bored quickly if they do not have enough space to explore or enough toys to entertain them, and any rabbit owner knows a bored bunny is a destructive bunny.


Cardboard boxes for crawling inside, scratching, and chewing are a cheap enrichment idea, bunnies like them much more when there are at least two entry points into the boxes. You could also fill a cardboard tube with hay or herbs. Cat and parrot toys can also be used for example jingle balls or wooden chew blocks.B aby toys can also be used for rabbits for example hard plastic (not teething) toys like rattles and keys, things that can be tossed, rabbits also love stacking cups, especially when filled with tasty forage.


Toys with ramps and lookouts for climbing and viewing the world are also a good enrichment idea. Untreated wood, twigs and logs that have been aged for at least 3 months. Apple tree branches can be eaten fresh off the tree. Stay away from: cherry, peach, apricot, plum and redwood, which are all poisonous. Untreated sea grass or maize mats are also good for laying on, throwing or chewing.


Rabbits also love tunnels these could be wooden or material just keep an eye on them chewing things that they shouldn't. 

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