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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-11-2009, 01:46 PM Thread Starter
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Pulling up the carpet?

Okay, so my sister, (Sunny's owner) is at the store, and i'm supposed to watch her. Well I let her out and she has free space of our room and the room outside my room. Well, she's in the corner and shes pulling up the carpet, what can I do to stop it? I mean, I could just sit there until she gets back and watches her, but that'll get boring. Can I give her something to throw around? (she does that) or something? LOL.. thanks.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-11-2009, 02:11 PM
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I'd probably put something in that corner to keep the bunny off the carpet in that spot.
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Or give her something to play with - get her mind off of the carpet


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Definetly dont let her chew the carpet! The fibres may get stuck in her abdominal tract! Distract her with toys and cardboard boxes. Acacia used to chew the carpet but I got her used to hearing the snapping of my fingers as "NO" to a dog. So she chews on phonebooks and flicks her rattles around now. Probably anything that makes sound will encourage her curiosity. Akina didnt know how to play with toys and still is bored by regular toys I found rattles for babies and cats work well since theyre light enough to toss around
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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-30-2009, 09:26 PM
 
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My bunny Creamy does the same, but you cant really do anything about it Just push her away, and everntually (uh) it will wear off.
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You can take body spray (mild) or perfume and spray a little bit on a paper towel and rub it in the area. It can work as a repellent. But for short term putting something in the way is good too.


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Probably vinegar will do the trick since perfume may seriously harm them if they eat it anyway!!
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