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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > BEHAVIOR > Chewing on a memory foam
Last Post by Niamian at 12/21/2015 8:35 AM (1 Replies)
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User is Offline Niamian
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12/19/2015 5:23 PM
Redford had a few signs of a soar hoc some time ago. Nothing drastic it was a tiny pale pink spots with some fur missing, even thoug he was sleeping on a few layers of cotton on his home base. So we got him some memory foam, bouth with our vet knowledge and approval and it seems he is geting batter.
However since few days ago he started being obsessed with chowing, digging and worst of all actually eating the foam.
And there is absolutely nothing I can do to stop him. Foam is coverd with few layer of cotton. And even thoug he nip it only some short time before he got nuged he is eating it to get to the foam.
I really tried every posoble way of securing the foam but nothing.
And I really worry for him. I cant put memory foam back in in a fear of him eating it but on the other hand I worry about his feet. And they have really got back to normal.
He is in his home base closed in only trough the night rest of the day he spends free roaming around the house.

Anyone has any idea how to hep him? And are there any materials that bunny wouldnt eat or something?

User is Offline Niamian
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12/21/2015 8:35 AM
Guys I could use really some suggestions if you have some.
I would really like to do what is the best for my little guy.
How to get him off chowing memory foam and just sleeping on it?
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