Entertaining Your Bunny

Do you have a bunny? Floppy is a very cute and lovable little pet, but don’t let that adorable furry face fool you. Bunnies are curious and playful, and more than a little mischievous! Your furball will need lots of stimulation and entertainment. Read on as an Orangevale, CA vet offers tips on keeping your precocious pet entertained.

Chew Toys

Bunnies need to chew quite a bit to keep their teeth from overgrowing. Offer Floppy lots of chewable playthings. You can make some great chew toys out of wood, cardboard, or paper. The tubes from toilet paper rolls can be cut into rings and reassembled into balls. Or, stack several into a pyramid. Change your pet’s toys out regularly to keep things fun for her. Just be sure not to give your bunny anything with small parts or sharp edges. Items coated in paint, stain, or varnish are also a no-no.

Hopstacle Course

Rabbits love to jump. Arrange storage totes, boxes, and footstools into a little obstacle course for your cute pet.


Bunnies are happiest when they feel loved, safe, and a little bit pampered. Spend time playing with your bunny every day. This is a great way to brighten up Floppy’s day. It will be fun for you, too!

Treat Toys

One way to keep your pet occupied is to combine two of her favorite activities: playing and eating. Try wrapping a plain piece of copy paper around a tasty tidbit. Another option is to shred some plain paper and put it in a storage tote. Hide some snacks under the pile for Floppy to dig for. You can also string a piece of twine between two chairs, and then hang leafy greens from it, using clothespins. Or, just stuff some fresh hay or herbs into a paper lunch sack.


Before you let Floppy out to play, you’ll need to take some steps to make your home safe for her. Remove or secure anything small or sharp, such as buttons, beads, sewing kit pieces, and jewelry. Plastic bags, wrappers, and ties are also dangerous, as are toxic plants; chemicals; and medications. You’ll also want to protect your baseboards and furniture legs, and seal off any openings behind or beneath furniture and cabinets.

Please contact us, your Orangevale, CA vet clinic, for all of your bunny’s veterinary care needs. We are here to help!

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