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Bunny toys can take on many forms. They can be store-bought or they can be homemade. They can be be found with bunnies on the packaging or in the cat or bird department of a pet store, or they can be items around the house that you'd normally be throwing away. Toys for rabbits can also be made more enticing by hanging them from the top of a cage or stuffing treats inside. If it's messy (such as hay or shredded paper), try putting it in a litterbox or shoebox. For all bunny toys, make sure any plastics are clean, avoid paints or lots of ink, and inspect toys routinely for threats such as loose threads or sharp edges.
Store-bought - cat balls, bird toys, baby rattlers
Home-made - Easter eggs stuffed w/ pellets, balled up paper
Store-bought - tumbler cups, slinkies, baby keys
Home-made - laundry detergent tops, balled up paper, toilet paper tubes
Store-bought - toy store, kids meal toys
Home-made - garage sales, thrift stores, hand-me-downs.
Store-bought - chew sticks, baby blocks, baskets
Home-made - twigs, vines (muscadine, grape, apple - watch for pesticides!)
Store-bought - Grass Matts, Munchables
Home-made - Toilet paper or paper towel tubes, shredded paper, magazines/newspaper/phone books, cardboard boxes
Store-bought - unpainted baskets, plastic, cardboard or wooden houses, kitty condos/playgrounds
Home-made - cardboard boxes, wooden cubes, large pipes/tubes