Rabbits are naturally curious and interested in exploring. Many rabbits enjoy solving simple puzzles (often with a treat in the end) while some love the simple act of destruction (like knocking down blocks or tearing up paper). One of the worst things you can do with these intelligent animals is to leave them bored and alone in their cage all day. Toys are a great way to provide your rabbit with mental stimulation. An occupied bunny is much less likely to exhibit aggressive or destructive habits. Luckily, you don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on fancy play things or toys for your rabbit! These are tons of toys you can make with items you likely have lying around, and many that can be made with items otherwise destined for the trash can.
- The Cape Coop
Liz is a suburban homesteader who is raising chickens, ducks,and wooly Angora rabbits in her coastal New England backyard. She loves tending her large veggie garden and DIY projects! She also crafts a line of natural handmade soaps and beauty care products using plenty of local ingredients. www.thecapecoop.com/
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