Feed your rabbit a natural, hay-based treat that supports healthy digestion with Kaytee Natural Timothy Blend Cubes Small Animal Treats. Rabbits need hay to aid in the digestion process, keep their teeth trim and satisfy their need to chew. In fact, hay should make up 75 percent of their daily diet. These rewards are compressed blocks of nutritious, sun-cured timothy hay that contain no artificial color or preservatives. They provide a more challenging chew than regular bale hay and make a great supplement to your rabbit's regular hay supply. Your rabbit may even use them to build nests or as bedding. Offer one Timothy Blend Cube Small Animal Treat a few times a day.
Sun-Cured Timothy Hay Sun-Cured Alfalfa Hay (Sufficient for Processing) Contains No Artificial Color or Preservatives.
Provide Kaytee Timothy Cubes freely, keeping in mind that treats should make up less than 20% of your small animals diet. To complete the diet, feed Kaytee exact, Forti - Diet Pro Health or Fiesta Max daily in a separate container. Change food and add fresh water daily. Store in a cool, dry location.
These are very good at keeping "hay" messes to a minimum. I just don't like that there is alfalfa in this mix. Kaytee used to make one with pure Timothy Hay and I wish they would bring that back. These blended cubes with the alfalfa are just not my favorite....but since they don't make the pure Timothy Hay cubes anymore these will have to do! I do recommend them.
Rabbit loves these things.
on Apr 20, 2020
My rabbit didn't like these Timothy Blend Cubes at first but now he absolutely loves them. The cubes are very hard and when I give him a piece he will take it and run under the coffee table and I can hear him crunching on it for the next 10 minutes. The "cubes" are actually square logs that you have to break into chunks yourself so the size will be inconsistent. I know there is alfalfa hay mixed in with the timothy hay but we were recommended to give our jersey wooly rabbit a small amount of alfalfa hay every day to keep his fur healthy so I don't mind that these treats are a blend of hay. Actually, my bunny prefers these to the plain alfalfa cubes for some reason.
Hamster won't eat
on Jun 15, 2020
I bought these because they were inexpensive and sounded cool. I just think my hamster is picky so yours will probably like it. When I feed some to my hamster he wasn't interested. They were also really hard.
Hermit crab treat!
on May 11, 2020
I am allergic to timothy hay, so the big bags of it make me sneeze. This work better becasue I can just drop on if these cubes on their food tray and no care. They will munch on it or drag it across the tank. Either way works and I don’t sneeze to death
Cubes too hard
on Jun 2, 2020
This is my first time purchasing the hay cubes. Didn’t realize they were so hard. My guinea pigs like them but they are too big and can’t be broken or cut.
Kaytee Natural Timothy Blend Cubes
on Jun 28, 2020
I get for my bunnies for them to have as good a diet as I can give them besides pellets.
on Mar 17, 2020
When my bunnies get these as a treat you would think they had never been fed! They stop whatever they're doing (sleeping) and gnaw and chew like a gourmand at a feast. Great product; great price; great service. I'll be back for more!
My Bunny Loves These
on May 13, 2020
They last for a while and my hotot rabbit has a fun time chewing on them and moving them around her play area!
Hay cubes for my lazy piggies
on Jun 10, 2020
I must have lazy piggies. They a slower eaters now. Which is not all a bad thing.
About these cubes for my Guinea Pigs.
on Feb 20, 2020
They’re probably OK for other animals like rabbits and horses but my guinea pigs didn’t care for them. I think they are too big for them to start chewing on. There were a couple of them that were half eaten. That’s something I would probably not buy again for them