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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > Glue and string in rabbit toys?
Last Post by lmais at 11/14/2012 5:27 PM (1 Replies)
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User is Offline SuperCheesetastic
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11/14/2012 5:14 PM

I bought a rabbit toy recently, and Penelope turned it into this:

And I was horrified to see the amount of glue hidden under the fibers.

 I have another photo somewhere of the string hidden inside the toy.

I emailed the toy company directly and they told me to return it to the store so that the store can resolve the issue.

 

Am I overreacting?

 


User is Offline lmais
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11/14/2012 5:27 PM
The photo in your post is showing a broken link... not sure if that's just my computer or not.

Ruby had a toy that was a little pingpong ball with like threaded string wrapped around it and glued there. She ripped it apart so quickly - I have given her a bunch of them since then. She rips the strings off but doesn't seem interested at all in eating the glue so I didn't worry too much - and she's gotten all clean bills of health so it doesn't seem to have affected her at all. I would only start to worry if she has a sensitive stomach or she seems intent on eating the gluey parts
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