Get our FREE rabbit care eBook! to help look after your rabbit and give them the best care possible!

By entering your email address you agree to receive emails from Cottontailclub. We'll respect your privacy and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Gift Guide for Rabbits

If your rabbit is acting abnormally and you have concerns please take them to a vet immediately.

Your furry friend deserves to be loved and spoilt too!

Regardless of whether or not you call your rabbit a member of the family, a fur baby or pet, they deserve to only get the best toys and treats.

Rabbits are extremely active animals and are incredibly intelligent, if you’re looking to buy toys for a new rabbit these toys will help you learn all about their personality and how interactive they are.

This gift guide will cover our favourite toys, enrichment activities and what you should avoid on the market. Regardless of how sassy your rabbit is, the selection we have picked will get them binkying and zooming around.

Unfortunately, there are lots of toys and treats out there in supermarkets which aren’t healthy or safe for your rabbit, so why take the risk? This guide will help you find the right toys and treats for your bunny.

3-in-1 Teach-n-Treat Interactive Toy

Interactive Rabbit Toy
Our #1 pick for rabbit toys

This is the most involved toy we’ve found out there other than training your rabbit with treats, the Teach-n-treat will really show you how smart your rabbit is. It’s an extremely fun and engaging toy that will teach your rabbit that working hard and smart rewards them.

Perfect for some rabbit friendly Christmas themed treats.

Rosewood Boredom Breaker Balls

20210201 165710

Whilst our rabbit Link has an obvious favorite (The white one on the right hand side), he does love all of these! You do need to make sure to check these balls as there were horror stories in Facebook pages years ago about a plastic line being found running through the middle of these balls, although we’ve never been able to replicate this.

You should expect a bit of a mess made from the middle one as this will likely be ripped apart and simply left alone, the others are much easier to eat and play with.

Overall, these have been fantastic toys, the ones we’ve ordered have been the Rosewood brand specifically much-like most of the products we purchase.

Rosewood Boredom Breaker Wacky Wobbler

6128zcV42uL. AC SL1200

I would love to show you a picture of one of these we’ve got, but our rabbit tore this apart entirely and we haven’t ordered one since! (You’ll see why in the next gift!). These last quite a while if your rabbit doesn’t rip it from its base, but if it does it simply has a big chew toy!

Our rabbit Link loves throwing these around from the top only for them to wobbly back into place, these hilarious toys are great to drop in-front of your fur friend if you want them to throw it back at you.

Cat Tower

Cat Tower for Rabbits

Assuming you don’t have a giant rabbit, a cat tower can be the perfect toy for your indoor rabbit as it promotes exercise and practice of balance. If you have a particularly smaller breed of rabbit, a Cat Tower can be a great entertainment hub and can allow your rabbit to have a vantage point of their domain.

We definitely recommend sticking to a smaller cat tower as you would only want this to be a few feet tall at most to avoid accidents, even rabbits make silly decisions.

If possible, try to get a cat tower with a hidey hole at the bottom as this can act as a den. We recommend the U`King Cat Tree Condo as it is only 60cm (Just under 2ft) tall and is basic & cheap enough for your rabbit to use it as they please.

Rosewood Maze-a-log

914cICQr6L. AC SL1500
Before
20210203 225720
After

Another fantastic favorite, you hide pellets or treats in the holes of these and watch your rabbit absolutely tear it apart. Luckily cardboard in small quantities is fine to nibble on, so just make sure to take this off your furry friend!

As you can see in the pictures above, it will have hours of play! You can get this directly on the Rosewood website or on Amazon and potentially your local pet store!


Thank you for reading this post!
Link is an incredibly spoilt rabbit who lives completely free roam. When he's not jumping on his owners heads at 5am or digging at carpet he can often be seen loafed or eating copious amounts of hay.