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jenzel5
11-04-2010, 09:09 PM
because Hayden is going in for surgery next week I am wanting to get her something special. I have been looking at what to get her but nothing seems good enough. What are the best toys or hideaway etc that you recommend? They have a large cardboard tunnel, willow tunnel, willow toys etc i just want something a bit different. Hhmmm :? I was thinking more like a hideaway because she may want some peace and quiet and just to hide after her surgery. Hayden and Dudley are quite big so rabbit hideaways seem a bit small

Debster
11-04-2010, 10:18 PM
How about the beds you can buy for cats? Some of them are like little cubby holes aren't they? (sorry not explaining myself very well, can picture them but can't find the right words to describe them :oops:) They do activity centres for cats too, with scratching posts and different platforms that I've thought would be great for bunnies!

Hope Hayden's surgery goes well and it isn't anything too serious, will keep my fingers crossed xx

Woodlouse
11-04-2010, 10:26 PM
My recommendation is a maze haven :

https://www.thehayexperts.co.uk/Tunnels%2C+Tents+%252526+Mats.8/Maze+Haven.414.html?osCsid=60bjt6m9fev07a0grmrn7tb d36

My lot just LOVE theirs! Not a cheap toy but they last really well and the buns have SO much fun with them :)

Everything crossed for H xx

jenzel5
11-04-2010, 10:57 PM
My recommendation is a maze haven :

https://www.thehayexperts.co.uk/Tunnels%2C+Tents+%252526+Mats.8/Maze+Haven.414.html?osCsid=60bjt6m9fev07a0grmrn7tb d36

My lot just LOVE theirs! Not a cheap toy but they last really well and the buns have SO much fun with them :)

Everything crossed for H xx

Hi :wave:

They have already had this and they did enjoy it but it takes up my whole living room and their space to run around. It lasted a long time though