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If you dont have a slinky for your bun RUN OUT AND GET ONE!
You will be amazed what a bun will do with them. We have Dollar Trees around here and they have Junior Slinkies for $1.
My own buns and shelter buns drag them around, pull them apart and let them go to make sound, carry them around, etc.
Oops- sorry- PLASTIC. I was afraid to buy metal because they do nibble on it but they dont eat it. There is also a slim chance of "getting stuck" in it but I have never seen any of mine get stuck. They can wear them out fast and in that case they will break at the weakest point and will need a new one.
I usually pull the slinky apart and hang it up kinda high so it falls and toches the ground. Even my shelter buns pull at it trying to get it down or pull at it to make noise with it. (picture of it hanging with a shelter bun)