Lisa, they have like $100 worth of toys, but in the room!  Thank you for your wonderful advice, no more play time together, I love my bunnies very much and I don't want anything to happen to either one of them!

Rabbits are weird..... lovable, but weird :) You can spend endless amounts of money on toys and they ignore them....  They rarely play with toys while out of the cage because exploring takes priority; no time for toys. Toys in the cage can sit for extended periods of time, but when they get in the playing mood - they really play.  Good toys are hay stuffed inside a toilet paper or paper towel roll.  Pinecones (fresh, not treated) they LOVE pinecones and they are edible.  If you have a pinetree in your area - stock up this fall.  Pinecones come every other year and this year is a pinecone year - last year wasn't.  They like (clean) rocks - the smoothe ones that they can roll around and love empty tin cans, as long as you use something to smoothe the sharp edges.

Hope this gives you good ideas.

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I was introduced to meat rabbits at the age of 3. Began working with them on my own at the age of 8 and started my own large commercial rabbitry at the age of 20. I'm 46 now and for the past 26 years I have owned a large herd of meat rabbits and have become well known as the turn-to person whenever a problem arrises.

Member of the American Rabbit Breeders Association. Member of the Rabbit Industry Council. Member of the Yahoo - Meat Rabbits Group. Member of the American Council of Animal Naturopathy. Administrators of the FaceBook "Rabbit's as meat" group. Owner of Yahoo - Raising Meat Rabbit's for maximum yield group

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There is no formal training for raising rabbits; its all hands on. I have had a steady rabbit breeding operation for 24 years and have read every book there is on raising rabbits for meat. Additionally, I am a member of several rabbit groups and associations as listed below.

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I have helped countless people over the past several decades. These have been people I knew personally or those referred to me by one of the many rabbit organizations I belong to.

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