Simba the rabbit loves to play Jenga, and from the looks of it he's really talented at the game, too!
Simba the adorable rabbit has an unusual talent: This little cutie loves to play Jenga. And he's quite good at it, too. He hops around, nudges at the tower, and doesn't topple anything. He is quite skilled in removing a single brick at a time.
Take a look at this adorable video!
So maybe your rabbit doesn't love to play Jenga as much as Simba does, but there are still a number of ways that you can keep your rabbit entertained. When rabbits are constrained to cages, they can get bored and may not get enough exercise. So, you'll need to pay careful attention to your rabbit's overall health and well-being to make sure he's getting the entertainment and exercise that he needs.
One great way to increase your rabbit's activity level is to invest in a pet pen. The pen gives your rabbit a larger area to move around in without requiring the level of attention that you need to provide when your rabbit is loose in the home.
You can also give your rabbit toys to help keep him busy. Rabbits are often intrigued by sound and texture. Toys can be as simple as some plastic measuring cups or as complex as hanging treats and toys that you can get from a pet store. Whatever toy you choose, be sure that it's safe for your rabbit to nibble and ingest, because your rabbit will certainly do just that.
Your rabbit might not like Jenga, but we're pretty sure you'll find another toy or game that he absolutely adores pretty quickly.
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This article was originally published January 13, 2017.
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