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Today i think he is eating a bit better.
He ate his pellets overnight and maybe just a little bit of hay. At morning he ate some pellets and a few fresh greens and it seems in a little better mood.
He is not eating hay though. What i can give his as a substitute of hay for a few days till his appetite return?
Dont think so. Only if i order from aboard but i don't think it worth as it will take some time to arrive.
I see some hay cubes around the internet, if i manage to find, they are like eating hay?
No i haven't tried this. The problem is that he is not interested in hay. I mean if i give him some on his mouth he may chew it. Or on his own he may chew 4-5 straws and leave.