- Cardboard is always a hit with bunnies. You can cut up some old boxes and make your pet a little maze to explore, or build your pet a little house by connecting a few boxes and cutting bunny doors into them
- Paper Towel or Toilet Paper Rolls
- Pots of organic, rabbit-safe herbs, such as rosemary and thyme
- Old Towels (Take it away if your pet tries to eat it!)
- Food-dispensing Toys
- Chew Toys
- Cat Toys – Plastic balls with bells inside
- Baby Toys – Plastic rings, rattles, and keys
- Paper Bags
- Wooden Parrot Toys
- Wooden Boxes
- Plain Shredded Paper
- Pine Cones (Washed, dried, and uncoated)
- Straw Toys, such as small brooms or balls (Try filling it with hay!)
- Wicker or Woven Grass Baskets or Hampers (Use untreated wicker only)
- Apple Tree Branches
- Rubber Balls
- Kitty Tunnels
- Stuffed animals – Remove the stuffing and fill it with timothy hay!
Make sure never to give your rabbit anything that has been coated or treated with chemicals, and always carefully wash items before giving them to your bunny. With plastic toys, be sure your bunny doesn’t try to chew or ingest the plastic pieces. You’ll also want to avoid giving rabbits anything with small or loose parts that your bunny could try to eat, as these can be choking hazards.
We here at your local vet clinic Farmington Hills want to wish you and your families a wonderful holiday season. Please contact us with any questions about caring for your pets. We look forward to serving you in the coming year.
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