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Reddit mentions of AMZNOVA Cat Scratcher Cardboard Scratching Pads Scratch Lounge Sofa Bed, Wide, Baby Blue, 1 Pack

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AMZNOVA Cat Scratcher Cardboard Scratching Pads Scratch Lounge Sofa Bed, Wide, Baby Blue, 1 Pack
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Made of 100% eco-friendly and recyclable corrugated scratcher cardboardWith modern and smart design, this cat scratcher is nicely blends into most home decorReversible feature makes the cat scratching pad lasts longer than most othersTextured scratching surface provides a right place to satisfy cats' natural scratching needsA must-have cat scratching lounge to train your furry friend away from sofa, carpet and any other furniture

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Found 2 comments on AMZNOVA Cat Scratcher Cardboard Scratching Pads Scratch Lounge Sofa Bed, Wide, Baby Blue, 1 Pack:

u/DinkaAnimalLover ยท 14 pointsr/Rabbits

Hahah what a darling and your question made me laugh, but I have just the thing for you. :)



For flooring I highly suggest this indoor/outdoor rug - it is easy to clean, inexpensive, and due to a tight weave hard to chew. A lot of bunny parents on here use it and love it. :)

  1. If he loves to dig though don't deny him, provide a good alternative instead on top of the rug below in one spot - these seagrass mats - they are safe and awesome.
  2. Giving toys and things that are actually meant for digging and chewing will prevent the carpet digging (as in more targeted toys) - try to provide a box full for shredded paper to dig like this in or a cat scratcher like this one or something like this.
u/ecofriend94 ยท 2 pointsr/Rabbits

Do they still have that bed in their enclosure?

It can actually be quite dangerous if they ingest that fabric. Ingesting even little bits of fabric is GI stasis and blockage waiting to happen... I would remove that bed immediately and replace it with something else they don't chew

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not sure how big the bunnies are, but many people get an IKEA doll bed and line it with a fleece blanket.

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Otherwise I would try to get something with a stronger material that they can't chew through and/or put a blanket/towel or something they don't chew over it

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Do they have enough/different types of chew toys? Giving them other things to chew will stop them from chewing things they shouldn't..

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Advice from user DinkaAnimalLover:

Try these seegrass mats.

Try to get him lots of chew toys and dig toys and really reinforce that playing with them is good. Giving toys and things that are actually meant for digging and chewing will prevent the bad habits (as in more targeted toys) - a cat scratcher like this one or something like this.

For a dig box, try to get a covered box and fill it with dirt for him to dig and see if he might like that and not pee into it.

Also provide plenty of exporting type toys to keep the bun occupied - tunnels, cardboard houses, and treat puzzles will keep the bunny entertained. The two thread below have examples:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Rabbits/comments/an8cut/rabbit_room_ideas/

https://www.reddit.com/r/Rabbits/comments/ajf2vl/how_to_enrich_my_rabbits_life/

If they do have chew toys... try to actively train the bunny overtime not to chew and dig the bed. Anytime you see digging, immediately try to offer a toy or some alternative instead and reward with a small treat when it works. This does need to be done very very diligently each time you see them do things like that... redirect and rewarding does work but takes effort and diligence.