BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > I love sea grass mats THIS much!
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User is Offline QueenThumper
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9/25/2009 8:54 AM

Click on the link to see how much Thumper loves her sea grass mat (used in an area where she likes to dig up carpet)!

www.youtube.com/watch

 


User is Offline Sarita
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9/25/2009 9:00 AM
Hope you have plenty of spares :~)

User is Offline mrmac
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9/25/2009 9:50 AM
She loves those! I have been wanting to get some of those!
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User is Offline Monkeybun
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9/25/2009 10:38 AM
lol! SHe's having a blast with those!

User is Offline tabalab
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9/25/2009 1:04 PM
nice use of the wii fit board!
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User is Offline RabbitPam
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9/25/2009 1:29 PM
Sammy loves hers too. I couldn't be without them. You can cut them into strips and put them near the edges of carpet and baseboards for an attractive alternative to pulling up carpet and chewing wood.
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User is Offline bunnymum
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9/25/2009 4:09 PM
Cute bunny and video! I am going to have to order some of those!! Looks like a blast!!
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User is Offline QueenThumper
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9/26/2009 6:04 AM
She has an obsession with destroying things she can't move, she also likes to chew at a huge blanket that hangs down from the couch after she burrows behind it, so I weighed it down using my Guitar Hero World Tour drumset. ^_^ And thank for the WiiFit board shout-out! Hehe... I'm using it to block off all of the electrical outlets for my Wii, TV, DVD player, etc.

User is Offline SophieBun
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9/30/2009 7:36 PM

very nice video!! looks like she was having so much fun. I got Sophie one seagrass mat but she doesn't pay attention to it maybe she's more of a chewer than digger lol


User is Offline QueenThumper
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10/01/2009 12:08 PM
Thumper didn't pay attention to it either until I put it in a corner of the room where she likes to dig up the carpet. I think it started out as something that was in the way, so she tried to move it, then when she couldn't she got really into it. Lol...

User is Offline mlpr
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6/22/2017 3:41 AM
Hello!
I just welcomed a rabbit in my family and it is the fiest time I have one under my care so I want to make sure I do it properly so the bunny is happy and healthy...and for that any advice would be really helpful!The rabbit is dour years old and his previous mum is leaving abroad so he needed a new home.The cage is big enough and the he is used to it but he was also used to spending a lot of time outside of it in a wide balcony.The sistuation now is likw this.My dad expeeienced problems when i brought the rabbot home sneezing and running nose...And now he does not want to have a close contact.Next to our apartment there is an apartment that I use as a personal space.I have the bunny for three days now and the solution I have come up with is spending time with the bunny during the day in this apartment and I let it out of its cage a lot-he did not get out at first but yesterday he finally got out ans started exploring-I study there,I do mostly everything there but sleep.So during the night I do not want to leave the rabbit alone and I move it with the cage to the other apartment so that he is not alone.However I am worried that it is confusing for him and that it is ot the ideal thing to do...Also I have to be outside to go to University and some hours during the day the rabbit stays inside the cage and alone.I am tryong to find a way to keep my dad not so close to it and for a long time and also to keep the rabbit happy and I am just stressed out I am doing it all wrong.Any advice would be really helpful thank you!

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