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Its better to use than hay, as the rabbits are less likely to eat it.
Yes they can, though if it's an inside rabbit straw may not be a good solution as it has a high tendency to stick to the rabbit's fur and so gets tracked all over the place. Pine shavings also work well, though generally not cedar because the oils from the wood can seep into the rabbit's feet and cause irritation. Remember to check and change the bedding often, and if you're planning to breed don't worry because the mother will add the bedding necessary for the babies by pulling her own fur out.
my mama's bunny says dat pine shavings are dangerwous for rabbits. dey cans get kidney trouble if dey eated it. she just keeps a small area rug she got at Home Depot and a couple of small baby blankets in her bunny's cage and da bunny loves it. for litter, she puts recycled paper pellets (Yesterday's News) in a plastic litter box and da bunny uses dat when she has to go.
Straw and hay are both dried grass
products that look similar, but one is full of nutritional goodness
for your rabbit and the other is only good for bedding. Rabbits need
hay to eat, in fact, a rabbit could have just hay and water to eat
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