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Rucy likes to hang out in grocery bags. But I now I tear off the handles. She exited out of the bag but through the handle, and the handle got stuck around her body and the next thing I knew she was racing around the living room knocking things down and freaking out. The funny thing was, I couldn't see her, I only saw a bag racing around the living room. I finally chased after her to get it off, but the handle ripped off just before i got there, and Rucy was freaked out. So now I always take them off so that I avoid the bag chase and bunny heart attack!
Bailey likes to explore bags, but now with her weakness, she slides too much. I tried to put a little carpet thing in it but that didnt' work well. I have to find something else, like a towel, to put in the bag...hmmmm...maybe I'll try that today!
Jack gives it a few pokes but isn't all that interested.
OH, I forgot to add - I tear a big hole on the other side, and sometimes that sparks their interest to tear at it to make the hole big enough for them to get through.
I gave the buns a bag like that a few weeks ago. THey would go in and out of it when they were downstairs. One day when I was vacuuming I threw all their loose paper, toys and phonebook into the grocery bag so I could vacuum. Then I didnt unpack it. It is so cute because I keep doing it and now the buns have to go in the bag to get a toy or paper. You can see them moving around in there and then they pop out with something in their mouths. Very cute.
I think ur bun actually likes the bag. She found herself a new place to hide.