By nature, bunnies do things that upset their people. They chew. They don’t know the difference between their wooden chew toy and your antique desk; between the phone book you gave them to destroy and the chemistry textbook your son left on his bedroom floor; or between the towel lining their cage and the designer sweater your daughter carelessly draped over a chair.
Have you ever looked carefully at the mass of cords that keeps us connected to our high-tech world? Notice how much it resembles the underbrush you see in a wooded area. Given access to the cords in your office, your rabbit will do exactly what it would do in the wild — begin methodically chewing through the tangle!
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