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anon101
12-09-2004, 11:25 AM
Anybody know where you can buy cable protectors to stop buns chewing thou cables online?

Louise

jredk04
12-09-2004, 12:24 PM
hi there

i've spoken with the bunny sanctuary in bradford. she has advised me to look at metal rather than the plastic 'cable tidy' version.

Sonya has a price list. i've not purchased any myself (yet) nor received a price list so i don't know anymore than this but their contact details are as follows:

Sonya and Jim McDonough
4 Stoney Ridge Avenue,
Heaton,
Bradford
West Yorkshire
BD9 6PA
England

Tel: (0044) 01274 821665

Email: bunnycampsan@talk21.com

good luck

Juliex

anon101
12-09-2004, 12:48 PM
Thanks!

Louise

Pendragon
12-09-2004, 12:59 PM
Metal..... oooh, like a shower hose?

nicola
12-09-2004, 02:29 PM
B&Q do alot of useful bits.We used plumbing pipe and it keeps a frenchie at bay!!

Bertie
13-09-2004, 10:03 AM
We used a metal shower hose, and my little angel still managed to chew through the damn thing. :shock: She's certainly determined. She went through garden hose, she went through plastic cable wrap. We're using kevlar now and it seems to be holding its own.

Moving soon. We're going to bunny proof from the ground up and try using copper piping. I doubt it will stop her, but it might slow her down. :(

Pendragon
13-09-2004, 10:28 AM
Speaking of garden hoses, I have a rather unique water feature in my garden, courtesy of Floyd.

Having pretensions of being Charlie Dimmock, he has artistically scupltured my garden hose [read:chewed] meaning that every time I turn on the outside tap to use it, I get sprayed with a fountain and end up standing in an inch of water! :lol:

I need to get round to buying one of those hoses on a roll which can be screwed to the wall, I think! My other plan is to make a wooden gate to block off the passage at the side of the house, where the hose & tap are located, meaning I can then also use the passageway as an exercise yard for my other buns once I've built a small hutch at the end for shelter.

Lynn
13-09-2004, 10:37 AM
Speaking of garden hoses, I have a rather unique water feature in my garden, courtesy of Floyd. Having pretensions of being Charlie Dimmock, he has artistically scupltured my garden hose [read:chewed] meaning that every time I turn on the outside tap to use it, I get sprayed with a fountain and end up standing in an inch of water! :lol:

Cheeky Floyd - bet he was having a right laugh to himself the first time he saw you dripping wet :wink: :lol:

emilou
17-09-2004, 12:20 PM
Go to ikea they sell 2.5 metres of split plastic loom with 5 cable ties for 2.50. I bought some the other day after searching for some for ages they come in white black and grey,