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Again, I have a wild rabbit who loves them so much she follows me. I was so shocked when a Wild Rabbit ate out of my hand it was crazy. She can even smell them in my robe pocket if it is early in the morning. I have only fed her 5 times now and she sees me and comes hopping to me. I will put the video up to show you how much she loves them.
It seems from the other comments that rabbits love these things, but our guinea pig won't touch them. To try to save them from going to waste, we also tried feeding them to our friend's guinea pig who doesn't like them either. Not a huge sample size, but my guess would be that this snack is better suited for some animals than others. If you're looking for guinea pig treats, I'd try something else.
My bunny is obsessed with these. OBSESSED. Im convinced she would inject herself if she could. These biscuits are definitely something rabbits like. My baby jumps up to the bag to eat them [as you can see in the picture ] amd if you leave the bag closed on the floor she will thrash it around untill she gets the sweet necter inside which is the biscuit
My rabbits love them. But, I'm concerned about all the ingredients. Bunnies have sensitive stomachs, so I give them one each once a week at most. Honestly, unless the company is more proactive about their ingredients I won't be purchasing these again. Kaytee is kind of like Little Debbies for rabbits!
We rehabilitated an injured hurricane squirrel for a couple of months and he loved his Timmy biscuits. These are a small round hard biscuit (with a hole through the middle), a good size for a squirrel to grasp, but they’ll need to have good teeth. I was initially disappointed because he wasn’t interested in them at first, but that was when he was still young and a fussy eater. Then he grew up a bit, got better and started eating a greater variety of fruits and nuts, and the Timmy biscuits became a real treat that he eagerly looked forward to. He started eating them about the time he was able to tackle pecans (I’d crack them for him, but he had to do the rest). I’m glad I persevered and kept trying him with them. I’d give him just one a day. So for squirrels, in my very limited experience, not good when they’re young, but once they’re big enough to tackle nuts, these make a good treat.