Hanging Willow Bell Peeled willow is softer and easier to for bunnies to sink their teeth into. They love it! Hang in in your pets area and challenge them to a chew fest.
I like to take a bit of my bunny's favorite treat (craisin or banana) and smush it on little hanging ringer on the inside of the bell. Makes it a super nom nom bell!
Made from peeled willow and natural jute. A fun toy to add to your bunny toy box collection.
Very unique toy
From Michael Price of Glendale, California on 10/14/2015.
I bought one for each bunny, specifically because it's a hanging toy and those seem to last more than five minutes.. however I didn't expect the size! It's a very nice size, and the babies love them! Very amusing to watch them play, and I will definitely be buying more.
ding dong willow bell
From melanie gonzales of valencia, California on 12/24/2014.
I gave the willow bell to my foster buns Daffodil and Monroe. They sniffed it at first then took turns nibbling at it, but Daffodil loved it so much! Its a great toy for an avid chewer like Daffodil, she already chewed off the little wood block, i hung it in their pen so they can conveniently nibble . . .
Okay, needs a hanging mechanism
From Meredith Kramer of Ossining, New York on 8/7/2014.
This bell looks to be well-crafted. My bun isn't too interested yet, but hope he will be soon. My only complaint thus far is that the loop it's on is closed, so not easy to hang. I used a safety pin to pin it to the side of the cage.
From Lisa Harrison of LANSING, Michigan on 6/20/2014.
Cabby BunBuns is still undecided. He loves his willow hay baskets so I assumed he might like this. He does drag it around a lot but has not destroyed it so I'm unclear if he loves it or hates it. It's great quality and sometimes he is just a.....complicated bunny.
My bunny loves it!
From Jill I of Chandler, Arizona on 1/5/2014.
I bought this willow bell as a Christmas present for my sister's bunny. She put a longer string on the bell and pulls it around the room so her bunny can chase it. He loves to chase, catch and then nibble on it. It's been lots of fun for both her and her bunny! I have a feeling it will be on his . . .
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