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Hi, sorry if this question has been asked before and sorry if it's stupid.
I gave my bunny their first dry bath few days ago (I usually bring to the groomer but it's pretty costly). I was told that cornstarch baby powder (no talc) is safe but after reading the forums here, it is said that pure cornstarch powder is better because we do not know what they might add into baby powder.
So my question is, in case my rabbit happened to consume a bit of cornstarch powder, is it safe? Of course, I'd try to make sure the powder's all gone but let's just say it's a little bit that I didn't managed to remove, would it be ok?
And the cornstarch powder to use is regular cornstarch powder for cooking?
Thanks so much for your help!
Hi! Thanks so much for your reply!
Really appreciate it!