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I was just wondering what you all thought about fleece beds for bunnies? A friend of mine on the chinchilla forum makes beds for chinchillas and she can make mine a little bigger for my girls! Bailey and Lilly have been sleeping on the wooden shelf on the top level of the cage. Not to comfy for them I would watch them to make sure they are not eating it of course, so no worries there!
I just wondered if anyone else uses a small bed like this for their bunnies? Thanks so much!
Bun had a little cozy fleece bed and she destroyed it. She dug like crazy in it and ripped out all the fuzz. I gave it to my guinea pigs until they turned it into a cesspool of filth. Ugh. What a waste of 20$. What Bun loves to lay on now is like a fuzzy bird house tent that they sell at Petco for 12$. It's not large enough for a bigger rabbit to lay on, but she loves her towel and smashed bird tent lol.
Posted By Monkeybun on 10/20/2009 01:14 AM
Monkey loves her little fleece bed. Sometimes I put one of the hubby's shirts over it when she has decided to tug on it, but not too often these days. I moved it in front of the sliding door to the balcony and she's content to sit in it and stare outside
What an angel little Monkey is! I hope my girls like it, but sounds like bunnies could go either way, Destruco-bunny or Comfy-bunny! I am hoping mine are not the destructive type! We shall see when it gets here! I will let everyone know!
If I were smaller, I might be tempted to try sleeping in it myself!