Rabbits are sociable animals and enjoy playtime with rabbits and humans. Their gentle nature makes them easily contented and even a rub on their head is considered a good time. A spacious bunny-proofed area will allow them to roam freely and safely. Some toys are also good to keep them stimulated.
Bunny-proofing: Rabbits have open-root teeth and are always itching for a chew of your electric wires, clothing, books and even wooden furniture. To prevent your properties from getting damaged, you can raise wires and curtains off the ground. You can also use cardboard/plastic tubings and metal/plastic panels to keep your properties safe from harm.
Rabbits are natural burrower and explorer. They will seek for dark and tight corners to hide in as well as new grounds to venture. If you do not want your rabbits in these areas, it will be best to use a baby gate or solid panels to block their access. You can also be creative to build barriers using metal/plastic panels. However, our rabbits are determined little creatures and seldom give up from trying. It’s important that you instill discipline in them by giving them a firm ‘No’ every time to make their attempt in doing something wrong.
Toys: Rabbits are smart animals who requires mental stimulation to stay active. Clean and dye-free cardboard boxes with more than 1 opening are a natural way for them to practise their burrowing skills. Other toys include tunnel, paper towel roll, phone books and even stuffed toys can be quite fun especially for a solo rabbit.