A fully edible willow and natural fiber ball. Bunnies toss
it, nibble it, and chew it up or you can turbo charge it and make
it a treat ball by adding hay, pellets, and/or treats I love
to continue to entice my bunnies by refilling the grass ball
with hay and treats until the the grass ball itself is finally
consumed. It took my bunny Bailey six months to nibble it
down to a small crescent moon.
From Alexa of commerce , Michigan on 8/31/2013.
this toy is ok... my bunny did not go crazy for it. I think it was more of a waste of money.
A yummy "pineapple"
From Anonymous of Sewell, New Jersey on 3/15/2012.
We fill this product with hay and it looks like a pineapple. Our rabbit enjoys eating hay from it but hasn't decided to nibble on it yet.
The Grass Ball was a hit and a home run!
From Andrea Zysk of Lewiston, New York on 2/7/2012.
Angel LOVED The Empty Grass Ball! She took to it right away. Loved grabbing it and tossing it up in the air and then chasing it. There was a lot of rolling and romping and skidding to a halt! I was pleased to see her so engaged and she sure was getting her exercise! Of course, she was munching on it . . .
From stephy.hime of Rockville, Maryland on 1/26/2012.
This makes a wonderful toy. You can put your rabbits favorite treat in it and stuff it with hay. Rabbits are pretty smart so it's easy for them to dig it out but it really helps with boredom. Mine got this and around two weeks later he had unraveled it. :} Good job!
Not as good as the video portrays
From Bounce of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania on 1/24/2012.
Our bunnies ignore this ball. They eat the hay in their litter box. Don't waste your money on this. Instead by some small apple or willow sticks.
Great Treat hidder!
From Anonymous of Spokane, Washington on 7/19/2011.
This is a great toy. All you need to do is add layers of hay with goodies hidden between. I use little chunks of dried apple, Kale krispies and other good things. Just drop it in their pla area and get really laugh. Lots of digging, throwing and maybe pouting will be sure to follow. It hold up rather . . .
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