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Last Post by Beka27 at 10/14/2009 4:45 AM (7 Replies)
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User is Offline lemon541
Los Angeles, California
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9/22/2009 3:13 PM

Well I don't know if it would be considered a toy but anyway, if your bunny loves to CHEW (not eat) your clothes then you might want to listen in

on this one. Over the summer it was blistering hot an if you still have some of those cut-off leftovers, give 'em to your bun. The cut-off's

embrace a lot of the sides of bunny's which are exploring, digging and chewing. It sounds strange to dig jeans I'm sure but the idea will easily

adapt, as it did with me. The exploring comes into play when they go through that hole that you put your legs through. Chewing is obvious so I

don't really need to explain that. My Domino loves them and he loves it when you put them near him 'cus he just can't stop digging,

lifting, going through, and chewing them. The best part is, he isn't as attracted to our other nicer clothes.

It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!- Chip-Man and The Buckwheat Boys.

User is Offline RabbitPam
South Florida
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9/23/2009 1:38 AM
I would just caution that you watch to be sure he isn't swallowing any of the cloth. Chewing fabrics is common as you said, but it doesn't digest well and could cause some blockages if too much is eaten.

But the other day my mother thought I was trying to be fashionable by cutting holes in my favorite jeans. It was just Sammy's work.
SPIKE, my snuggle bunny (aka Spikey Marbles)

User is Offline RachelB
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9/23/2009 4:09 AM
HHAHAHA! "just Sammys work" I have many pants, shoes, shirts that have bitty holes in them. Maybe we will start a new trend!

User is Offline FluffyBunny
Boulder, Colorado
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9/23/2009 1:32 PM
Mr. Bunny has a few towels & rugs with lots of little holes in them.
Mr. Bunny, 2008-present. Ms. Rabbit, 2010-2017. Cadbury, 2017-present. Hyzenthlay, 2017-present.
Here comes Mr. Bunny-tail, hoppin' down the rabby trail.
Hippity hoppity, binkitty floppity, Bunbun's on his way.
Then hops down Ms. Rabbit-girl, hoppin' down the bunny
trail. Hippity hoppity, binkitty floppity, Rabby's on her way.

User is Offline Monkeybun
Hillsboro, Oregon
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9/23/2009 1:41 PM
Monkey hates it when I wear my jeans, she much prefers my dresses

User is Offline Kokaneeandkahlua
Edmonton, Alberta; Canada
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9/23/2009 6:38 PM
That's a neat idea I agree to make sure they aren't EATING them -but a lot of us give our buns towels or blankies, I don't see how it's any different except that it's a TUNNEL too

User is Offline feeona
perth wa
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10/14/2009 4:40 AM
i have to put all the shoes in a big container to keep them away from shoog as he likes to chew shoes! also anyone who enters the house and sits down will have shoog come up to them bite the sole of thier shoe and if they are "all good" then he jumps into their crutch and says "hello , whats your name?"

User is Offline Beka27
Cleveland, Ohio (USA)
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10/14/2009 4:45 AM
I have done this before too. Another thing I would caution against tho... remove this when you're not available to directly supervise. I have always been afraid of the buns ingesting the thread or getting STUCK and panicking when/if they try to crawl thru and I'm not around to rescue them.
Meadow..... Photobucket ...... Max, my angel bunny
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