Haha - gotta love pets ! I have balls of yarn our youngest pup got to and made into a knotted mess (some day I will sit and work them back into useable balls) , I have needle cases she aerated for me ... as for the bun bun I had prior to the dogs...I still find things he chewed - he was a house rabbit so he had a cage, but mostly ran about and used his cage to potty and eat. After he died I found he had made a den inside the back of our old sofa downstairs. I knew he went UNDER the sofa to hide out when people he didn't know came over, but didn't realize he was going up INTO the back of the sofa !!
HMMM - I have had 2 house bunnies and they were both litter trained. My girl was better about it than my boy - he would at times leave a pellet (poop) trail down the hall but the vacuum took care of that. Mine had an elevated cage he went in while I was at work or on vacation. Bun Buns have a lot of personality when handled properly. Mine would come sit on the couch or chair with you when it wanted attention and do flips when it was happy. When it spelled cats on the porch he would slam is back feet into the ground (to warn all the other bunnies that danger is near). He had a stuffed animal that he would cuddle with too ! When I had my apt and the kitchen table was on the carpet he would jump and eat Cheerios and raisins out of my bowl when I wasn't looking.
If you are interested there is a website for the House Rabbit society that talks all about keeping rabbits as indoor pets.
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