Follow the nugget trail

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Petco Foundation is holding a photo fundraiser to help raise money for animal shelters around the country and we are participating! We want to help raise funds for Emilee’s shelter, the Southeastern Pennsylvania/Delaware Chapter of House Rabbit Society, but we can’t do this alone. Every dollar raised will help pay for bunny toys, pellets, hay, vegetables, litter, cleaning supplies, water, electricity, and space for all the homeless bunnies at our local rabbit shelter. If anyone is interested in helping and would like to donate, please vote for our photo! 
Many thanks to those that are willing to offer support, it means a lot to us. <3 

Petco Foundation is holding a photo fundraiser to help raise money for animal shelters around the country and we are participating! We want to help raise funds for Emilee’s shelter, the Southeastern Pennsylvania/Delaware Chapter of House Rabbit Society, but we can’t do this alone. Every dollar raised will help pay for bunny toys, pellets, hay, vegetables, litter, cleaning supplies, water, electricity, and space for all the homeless bunnies at our local rabbit shelter. If anyone is interested in helping and would like to donate, please vote for our photo

Many thanks to those that are willing to offer support, it means a lot to us. <3 

#petco  #petco foundation  #fundraiser  #vote for us  #thank you  #every dollar counts 

xomdb asked: Your bunnies are too adorable <3 Do you have any tips on picking out good toys and other things to keep them entertained? My girl doesn't seem to like playing much.

What kind of toys have you tried? Most of the toys I’ve purchased from local pet stores always get ignored, especially those wooden blocks/sticks. I recommend buying untreated wicker baskets, woven grass mats, and the Yucca blast toy. 

Homemade toys are also great. Depending on what your rabbit likes doing (chewing, digging, renovating, throwing things), here are some DIYs that Nugget and Emilee enjoy:

  • Cardboard boxes with at least 2 holes for entering and exiting
  • Paper towel rolls with hay and treats in the middle (warning: this can get messy)
  • Cardboard box with shredded paper or hay to dig in
  • Small towel or blanket to bunch up and move around

You can find more rabbit toy ideas at rabbit.org

se4side-sadness asked: I LOVE YOUR BLOG. Thank you for blessing the internet with your adorable bunnies!

Thank you for the sweet words! Nugget & Emilee make me smile everyday and I want to share that with others, making at least one person smile, no matter how gloomy their day is. I hope to continue sharing more bunny life shenanigans, but I also want to focus more on promoting proper rabbit care in the future. Thank you for following us, the buns send lots of flops and binkies your way!