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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > Where to Find Those Foam Interlocking Squares?
Last Post by Chilly's Mom at 11/18/2009 5:49 AM (11 Replies)
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User is Offline Bunnies4ever
Hercules, California
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11/13/2009 10:37 AM

I successfully bonded Mr. Bean, my Netherland Dwarf with Peanut (another Netherland Dwarf) and I want to rearrange their cage/x-pen set up.  Where can I find those foam interlocking (like a puzzle) blocks?  I've googled Walmart and Target but can't find them.  Thanks.  I live in the Bay Area.


User is Offline Monkeybun
Hillsboro, Oregon
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11/13/2009 10:45 AM
A friend of mine just bought some from a toy store for her son to play on. Try Toys R US

User is Offline BB
San Francisco Area
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11/13/2009 7:10 PM

KragenAuto used to sell them (for garage floors and working under cars) Now those were thicker and only came in black.
Another place I have found them were at Large Athletic stores like Copelands sports. (Used to create exercise mats)

You can also find them online if you google rubber mats or interlocking mats.  

Here's one example http://www.greatmats.com/products/h...160;(note: I've never ordered from there)

 


User is Offline skibunny8503
Champion, OH
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11/14/2009 4:29 AM
I got mine at Sams Club if there's one near you. I've also seen them at Toys R Us too. I know when we got the foam mats we had to eventually cover it with linolium because they started chewing on it, it was like rubber for them, they loved it!

User is Offline Colie
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11/14/2009 2:50 PM
I work at Home Depot and we have them in gray and in rainbow colors. I am sure similiar retailers would carry them as well.

User is Offline Kokaneeandkahlua
Edmonton, Alberta; Canada
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11/15/2009 9:18 PM
Yup I've seen them at home depot I bought some and put them under choroplast when I had a condo just to keep them from chewing it -mine are big rubber chewers Just keep an eye to make sure they aren't making a fast dinner out of them
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User is Offline Dextervonbon
Kenosha, WI
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11/16/2009 7:56 AM
I saw them on amazon.com before and also at lowes in the carpet section.

User is Offline Petzy
Northern AB Canada
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11/16/2009 7:58 AM

What exactly are these things?

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User is Offline Monkeybun
Hillsboro, Oregon
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11/16/2009 10:56 AM
They are foam mats you put on the floor to protect it from little feet, or little teeth. They're great, and my friend swears by em for her kids to play on.

User is Offline KatnipCrzy
Holland, MI
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11/16/2009 11:40 AM

I know that Griffin would NEVER leave those alone!  In 2 years of having house bunnies- our remotes were completely fine until Griffin- he ate one button and bit another- and of course it was the TIVO remote and not the cable remote that could be replaced for free.

I would be very careful that they don't dig or chew these mats- it might be too much for some bunnies to resist.  I think 2 out of 3 of mine might be OK- but Griffin gets into absolutely everything.

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User is Offline Lintini
Bay Area, California
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11/16/2009 7:10 PM
Ahh KapnipCrzy ...he's too darn cute to be mad at though
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User is Offline Chilly's Mom
East Bay in CA
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11/18/2009 5:49 AM

I bought mine from Target in Walnut Creek in the dorm room stuff/self assemble furniture. It comes in black or white.

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