Bungalow - Large Oxbow
product from Oxbow is perfect for midnight snackers. Made
from 100% all-natural timothy hay, it's the perfect place to
sleep and eat all at the same time! Encourages natural foraging
perfection, this edible hidey house offers your bunny the
high fiber he needs and craves. Contains no chemicals, wire, or
thread for your small pet to ingest.
Love Oxbow products!
From Anonymous of Deltona, Florida on 3/8/2015.
My bunny loves this item and has tons of fun!
From Robert Armstrong of Christiansted, Virgin Islands, U.S. on 12/26/2014.
I purchased the bungalow and the tunnel so that I could connect them to make a hideaway. My bunny absolutely loves going inside and either hiding or gnawing on it so furiously that it shakes and moves around the rabbitat, at least as furiously as a little guy like him can (he was the runt of the litter . . .
Our bunny loves it
From Anonymous of Upland, California on 12/3/2014.
Great item at a good price. Our bunny has been going in it and hanging out, especially now that the weather is cooler. Would totally recommend it.
Bunny's Just Not Sure
From Justina Hoflock of Minneapolis, Minnesota on 12/1/2014.
It's a great little bungalow but my bunny isn't sure if she likes it. I bought it b/c she was digging in boxes and eating the cardboard. She doesn't chew or dig in it like I hoped. It's probably just her weird preference for cardboard--probably great for other bunnies!
Perfect Hidey Place
From Karima Amos of Bloomington, Indiana on 8/20/2014.
The large Bungalow fits well into the corner of an X pen. It's become the Chosen Hole for my Zipper. She sleeps there, she would like to eat there (well, she does eat it, so she obviously does eat there). It takes about six weeks to get to a point of needing replacement, and they're worth the seeming . . .
fav hangout place
From Anonymous of singapore, Singapore on 2/7/2014.
my bunnies love to hide inside, and BOTH (yes 2) love to squeeze together and hang out inside !!
From Anonymous of vancouver, Washington on 10/16/2013.
At first, my little guy would stick his head in it and investigate, then he'd walk his way out backwards. he'll occasionally give it a quick nip with his teeth, but overall, he's not very interested in it or chewing on it. it really is a cute little basket though. we keep it more for decor ;)
From S-M of USA, Georgia on 5/1/2013.
NOPE. My rabbit does NOT approve. Thoroughly uninterested.
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