This product is masterfully hand-crafted by skilled artisans in Kim Son region – the base of sedge and seagrass craftsmanship of Vietnam for the past 200 years - nestled 110 kilometers outside of Hanoi capital city. The Kim Son region now harbors 20 villages with more than 800 artisans involved in the realm of wicker craft.
I gave this to a couple of my boy rats and they sleep in it all the time. Sometimes they go to their igloo or cardboard box, but this is definitely the favorite hangout spot.
My bunny plays hard in this tunnel! He loves it
Bunny loves it, maybe too much as he is slowly chewing it up!
We bought this for a little cottontail bunny who was living in our flowerbed poolside in the backyard. I felt bad for the little critter out in the rain and he seemed to enjoy his hutch along with bunny kibbles and fresh water. It's a cute little hutch and looks nice in the flower bed.
A few months back two wild bunnies came into my yard and ate my most beloved potato plants. but since they let me pet them i have forgiven them and now buy them toys in exchange for loves. One bunny disappeared but one is still here. Lonely lil bunny fufu loves this wicker tunnel very much. He chews it and seems most content. I have not seen him go through the tunnel yet but he is rather tubby and probably cant fit through it without a fear of being stuck. Though i dont think he would get stuck, i can see why he would be pensive. but he does tentatively nudge it and snuffle it. so at least it keeps him occupied. I have since purchased a few more grass woven type toys for bunnies and will possibly be buying a book on bunny depression remedies because Im like 99% sure fufu's sibling bunny companion died or ran off forever. I dont know. I cant find the lil fella.