Baby Lop Rabbit Puppet &
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. 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 many of our
customers said their bunnies love these surrogates. So instead we
are just issuing this warning: 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.
new life and renewal this spring, the Folkmanis® BABY LOP RABBIT is
the pick of the litter. Animate the mouth and front paws of this
cuddle bunny as you stroke and soothe its super soft coat. Make
this puppet yours before it hops away!
This is a
smaller bunny for our little guys who might be intimidated by the
larger surrogates. My 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
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
BUN has company
From Marguerite Adamski of Burlington, Connecticut on 5/19/2016.
One question that I had before purchasing this was the "size". FYI I have a 4.5 lb Dutch Boy and he is just about the size of this surrogate. Bunny hasn't fallen in love with BFF yet but he does sit with it and moves it around. Still glad I bought company for him. I haven't put it in his cage yet. . . .
From Anonymous of Carson City, Nevada on 5/11/2016.
My bunny cuddles up to "Baby Lop" for a nap after her evening veggie meal. So happy to have it for her since she is "an only child".
Cute bunny friend
From Celeste G of Westerville, Ohio on 3/30/2016.
I bought this smaller version of the other larger bunny puppet. The larger one was too large even for my 6 pound Holland Lop. This bunny is the right size as a surrogate. I had to put a plastic ball inside the puppet to make it a little fatter for my rabbit. Unfortunately, he's only somewhat interested . . .
Very cute, my bunny loves it!
From David Fisher of Columbus, Ohio on 9/27/2015.
My bunny is very timid still, but he tolerates a lot more petting when I use the puppet (and he even started grooming it)
From steven aron of flushing, New York on 5/20/2015.
Bunny is getting use to the toy. She is over 4 years old and may not accept this as her friend. Time will tell
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