Tunnels of Fun

I mentioned at Christmas time that Scamp got some tunnels. They are great entertainment for him when he’s out exercising. He only uses them when supervised as I’m sure he’s shred them left to his own devices. This has the side benefit they they stay new and exciting as he doesn’t get them every day or he gets part of them in different combinations.

The tunnels fold up to the size of a plate for storage and pop out to 3′ long.

They have a hole half way down which means you can velcro them together into t-junctions or have one really long tunnel. And, not only does Scamp have tunnels, my mum found a pop up cube which they fit into which gives even more combinations!

Scamp has great fun poping up and down the tunnels:

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10 Responses to “Tunnels of Fun”

  1. Humphrey has a mere single tunnel but still loves it – it is his ‘bolt hole’ in the run in the garden in the summer and he lies in it with his head poking out so he can watch the world :)
    Charlotte
    x

  2. Kate says:

    Wow that tunnel is a sure fun… is there any smaller in size which fits into the rabbit hutch? I was thinking it would be fun to include that inside so that the rabbits don’t get bored and sad even if they are locked up inside the hutch.

    • Tamsin says:

      You can buy willow/cardboard tunnels that are about a foot long which may fit into a hutch. These tunnels are more suitable for use in a run or during freerange. It’s important rabbits have exercise out of the hutch everyday and pop-up tunnels are great for playing with during this.

  3. D. Moll says:

    Scamp makes that look like a tremendous lot of fun, what a wonderful demobun. We might need a tunnel….

  4. I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO BUY THIS TYPE OF SETUP FOR OUR RABBIT”FIFI” I JUST KNOW SHE WOULD LOVE IT !!! COULD YOU PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHERE YOU FOUND IT ,,,,WHAT WEBSIGHT ???? THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH…….

    • Tamsin says:

      Hiya, lots of places sell tunnels, if you can’t find anything in the bunny section try in the cat department. These particular ones are ‘Boredom Breakers Activity Tunnels’ if you want to google them.

  5. Jennifer J says:

    Aah my bunnie’s are addicted to these tunnels :D

  6. Mike says:

    Bunywabit loved to find tunnels in my junk in the back yard, but when I tried to make any for him. he wasn’t going near them! Took a long time for me to get it- he wanted to feel the roof with his ears/head, and pop up automatically through known exits. He dint want to have to look for them AT ALL!!!! And he (all black) also answered to Black Jack, the Bunny Rabbit Pirate! :)

    • Tamsin says:

      That’s a good observation, rabbits can be quite funny about their tunnels. I guess knowing exactly where the entrances and exits are is an important instinct for a rabbit when they are racing for cover.

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