Last Post by jellyrose at 12/05/2007 8:55 PM (5 Replies)
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User is Offline Scarlet_Rose
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8/25/2007 8:24 AM

I just had to share, OMGosh I just got one of those willow wreaths and WOW! My bunnies LOVED it!!! It was destroyed in a couple of hours flat with few remains of it.  It looked like a battlefield! LOL My bunnies' butts were actually twitching when they started munching on the leaves! That in itself speaks volumes for these two who only reserve that for bananas!  BB you have got some GREAT STUFF in that store of yours!  I will definately be getting more!

User is Offline Marie LaValle
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8/26/2007 3:25 PM

Hi Scarletrose!

I just ordered Harley some of  those wreaths today! I cant wait till he gets them!  I also got him that bale of hay with about 6 different kinds of hay in it for him to try!  Im glad the buns are excited with it! I will have to watch for Harleys "butt twitching!" LOL!


User is Offline Bunny Mommy
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8/28/2007 7:18 AM
for some reason my bunnies never go for willow balls or wreaths.... they just sit there untouched. grass mats and the yellow pages are their favorites.

User is Offline MooBunnay
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8/28/2007 12:36 PM
My buns mowed down that willow wreath as well I also gave one to my two foster babies when I first got them, and they mowed a perfect straight line across the bottom as they could only reach halfway up the willow wreath!

User is Offline Scarlet_Rose
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8/28/2007 3:14 PM
That is sooo coll HarleysMom! That's too bad BunnysMommy but at tleast they have some kind of outlet! Moobunnay that is so awesome of you to do that for your fosterbuns! So cute!

User is Offline jellyrose
Huntington Beach, CA
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12/05/2007 8:55 PM
My bunnies will only chew on the unpeeled willow toys.... the peeled stuff they just trow around. I think they love to strip the bark off themselves as they love apple sticks, hazel twiggs and rose stems (without the thorns ofcourse).