My house rabbits are clearly bored. They have tunnels, tubes boxes and hay.
they are bored and just get into trouble doing things they shouldn't.
They always end up eating the cardboard, which doesn't do them any good. so i end up taking the tubes and boxes off them.
What else can i give them?
Wise Old Thumper
Can you make an activity centre from furniture?
My bed, plus a child's chair plus some boxes make a warren of tunnels under the bed plus two levels to jump on. Gets used a lot!! Then in the other room I have an ottoman and a homemade wooden box tunnel and a log bridge thing which also gives them levels and tunnels, that also gets used a lot. They totally ignore toys but they love those levels and tunnels.
Originally Posted by Elena
They can go under the bed as the please. Not on top though, because they use it as a toilet.
I dont have much furniture. Dont have the most spacious flat so furniture is at a minimum to increase floor space.
I was thinking today of buying some of those plasitic draws and cutting holes inside so they could go in them and climb up the inside....what do you think?
Wise Old Thumper
I don't have much in my room either; wardrobe, bed, chair, bedside unit and that's about it, that's why I use what's in there. The other room is desk, bookcase, ottoman and their tunnels. I also find having fresh, yummy hay topped up regularly helps keep them out of mischief too because they spend a lot of time eating. I'm not sure I understand what you mean with the drawers, sorry! Having a bit of a dim day,
something like this
Will they climb up inside them if i cut some holes, vertically.
That sounds good, although I'm not totally sure I'm thinking about the same thing. Try treat orientated toys, they are almost never ignored . budget bunny has some good ideas http://www.budgetbunny.ca/ .
We have something like that ( the range do nice looking rainbow ones ) and I don't know if it would work, there isn't much space in one. Although the idea of a bunny filled drawer is very cute . You could get something bigger and cheaper from a charity shop.