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I'm using sand, but I've used soil and coconut coir in the past, and they all work well. I don't have long-haired bunnies, though, but I don't think sand would stick in their fur, at least. Coconut coir might, though, I think, because it has a kind of uneven structure that I can see getting stuck in long hair.
I used to worry about sand getting into their eyes, too, but there's wild bunnies here living in the dunes, hopping around and digging in the sand all day, so I figured it's probably not really a problem?
What did you decide on? I bought some coconut coir & the underbed storage box I'm using today & ordered 10k of play sand from amazon. On amazon searching play sand I saw some really nice digging bits /sand boxes. eddy would like the ship
In the end I fond some cheap play sand in Lidl and bought a bag of that, they soon dug in it pooped in it and spread it everywhere, just wondering if I can afford anymore as it seems rather expensive to renew regularly, wasnt sure if I should top up or remove the poops and top up or start from scratch .....need to find a cheaper alternative if I am going to keep chucking it away!!!
I've got long-haired bunnies too. For digging boxes, I use a mix of child-safe play sand and straw. The sand allows them to dig and burrow, and the straw adds some fluffiness. Plus, it's easy to clean.