Floppy Bunny Rabbit Puppet &
CAUTION: Though this model is one of my personal
favorites because it is so very soft and it's larger than the
others, and its fur is the shortest and sheds less - However, it
has a little bean bag, filled with plastic beads, at the bottom of
each floppy ear. One of our customers said it was easy for her to
cut a slit in the ear, and pull the little bag out. I
originally discontinued this surrogate once I found out about the
beads, but my bunny Vivian loves this bunny, and many of our
customers said their bunnies love this model too. So instead of
discontinuing it, completely, we are just issuing this warning:
There are little bean bags in the bottom of the ears that you may
want to remove, especially since some bunnies like to nibble on the
surrogates ears. It would be harmful for your bunny to
digest the plastic beads. There is also a bean bag inside of
the bunny toward the back, but it's much more buried inside (it's
gives it weight). However, you need to be aware and make sure
to take the surrogate away if your bunny likes to tear it to
pieces, instead of the groom it.
bunnies have always loved to cuddle up to a toy bunny buddy, and
now we found the perfect one! High quality, non-shedding
material, ultra soft Floppy Bunny Rabbit is a 17-inch bundle
of bunny buddy joy. Watch your lonely bunny snuggle with
their new friend just like they would with a real bunny.
rabbit puppet has a place for your hand just behind the front legs
with movable mouth and front paws as you can have floppy bunny
groom your bunny!
TIPS TO HELP YOUR BUNNY
ACCEPT THE SURROGATE: Make it smell like a bunny.
Brush your bunny's fur and then rub all the loose fur from
the comb all over the surrogate. Or cuddle with the surrogate
yourself to get your own scent on it. That way, the surrogate
smells less like a toy. I know that may sound goofy, but it
Of course, this doesn't
have to be for your bunny! Holland Lop Rabbit will hop into the
hearts of young and old alike! A perfect gift for your
favorite bunny lovin' human, (which could be you
Though MY bunnies can be chewers, they do not chew on their bunny
buddy. (may have a small little love nibble here and there).
However, there is no guarantee that your bunny won't chew on
this either. If you bunny does try and actually eat the
material, you will have to remove it from your
From BARBARA Sinclair of Long Beach, California on 9/6/2014.
My bunny is a diva who, after over 10 attempts at bonding, refuses everyone. She loves her stuffie, however, and grooms him regularly.
From Anonymous of Fairbanks, Alaska on 8/27/2014.
A must have for single buns
From Hopocalypse Now of Washington, District of Columbia on 4/18/2013.
My girlfriend said my bun would ignore this surrogate, but boy was she wrong. She LOVES this thing. She brings it toys, lays nose-to-nose with it throughout the day, and loves when I put my hand inside and use it as a puppet to "groom" her. Sometimes it gets hot in my apt and I give her an ice pack. . . .
From Anonymous of Denver, Colorado on 3/20/2013.
I only have one bunny and I didn't want him to be lonely so I decided to get him this surrogate. He was a little cautious but now he loves it! He likes it more when I use it as a puppet and he can play, but it makes me happy that he has a buddy that makes him feel less lonely now. I'm glad I bought it! . . .
From Manda of Independence, Kansas on 6/10/2012.
This bunny is a great companion for my single bunny. He loves to play with it and lay next to it. He doesn't mess with the balls that are inside the stuffed bunnies ears so I haven't had to deal with that. Overall I think it's a great product & I'm glad it's still available for purchase!
Floppy bun a hit.
From Susan French of Scotia, New York on 7/21/2011.
Although my girl bun Georgie has never paid attention to a stuffed rabbit before, she both groomed and mounted this one. Georgie lost her bonded companion a while ago, and its nice to see her enjoy this surrogate.
My Bunny not into it
From kim kerwin of east setauket, New York on 3/27/2011.
I bought this doll for my rescue Bunny Julie. After having julie now a few months I thought maybe Julie would enjoy having a friend while my husband and I are at work. But Julie doesnt care about it I've gone as far as sticking the bunny in her food dish while she is eating and she doesnt blink an eye! . . .
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