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Would these wood or rope toys be safe #1414214
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Ironically the chain is fine until it rusts. The coconut hair is fine, till they pee in it and I'm not sure they would use it. Fleece strips or small blankies made from fleece would be warmer. And will wash up.

The coconut is safe, the rope in it isn't. You can replace it with long strips of fleece.

The bridge same thing. It looks like bamboo which is safe, but rope should be replaced with fleece strips.


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I agree with Dawn, you could get them and replace the rope with fleece.


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So the coconut toy arrived, and the gliders are tearing the hair/fur/threads of the coconut and chewing on it

Is that safe to be edible

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They are probably just tearing it up, I doubt they are eating any of it.


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They were definitely chewing on pieces for a while, i dont know if they ingested any though

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It probably would be a good idea to clean out those pieces. Could be they are just cleaning the coconut. Better to not take chances of having any of those getting wrapped around any limbs, fingers or toes shakehead


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