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.
My guinea pigs really do enjoy these. They take them in their little beds and hide outs and enjoy chewing on them.
Just be careful because today I found this nylon twine embedded in one of the cubes my guinea pig was chewing on, so I’m disappointed and saddened since I know she did chew on and consume some. I am really glad I caught it. Do keep in mind we’ve been getting these for years and this is the first time I’ve seen this occur.
on Jul 10, 2021
I LOVE these for my 2 bunnies! They are both larger buns and chewing on these tends to discourage them from chewing on things they shouldn’t. However, it seems lately the formula has changed on these. The original ‘cubes’ were seriously concrete hard which is what they need and the ‘crumbs’ were minimal. The new ones are far more crumbly and leave a HORRIBLE mess! They are closer to the ones you can get at any feed store for a lot less. Please go back to the original formula that give bigger buns teeth the workout they need without a major cleanup for us bunny parents.
Bad for Some rabbits!
on Sep 5, 2021
Alfalfa is very bad for some rabbits. Read this carefully as it says Timothy Hay blend and alfalfa hay. Do not feed your rabbits this if your bunny is prone to calcium stones.
picky eater’s choice
on Apr 30, 2021
I bought these for my 7-year old rabbit after his vet suggested them. He has issues with his teeth because he doesn’t like to chew toys much and is overall picky. I gave him one of these at night before bed, expecting to wake up to an untouched cube. But, he ate the entire thing!!! I am only giving them once in a while, but I’m so excited that he loves these and will continue to purchase.
Decent product, but not my rabbit's favorite.
on Apr 21, 2021
My bunny chews on these, but prefers the "Naturals by Rosewood Meadow Hay Bales"
These are smaller, but cheaper as well- still going back to the Rosewood ones as that's what he likes more, but not a bad choice. Rating 5 stars because there's nothing wrong with them, just not what my rabbit likes best. Worth buying just to see if they were a better choice for the bun-son.
Timothy Blend Cubes
on Mar 30, 2021
My bun loves these cubes. I'm always in a pickle trying to find something new to give him so he doesn't get the same things over and over. When I gave him a cube he immediately took it to his favorite spot and sat there for a good 45 minutes gnawing on this thing. I feel this is giving him something that he needs to eat anyway (hay) - just in a different form, plus it helps in controlling his teeth growth. Have nothing bad to say about these at all. If my bun loves them, so do I!
on Aug 6, 2021
All my bunnies loved the Timothy cubes! And I loved the convenience of the home delivery!
Great for chewing and nutritious
on Jul 4, 2021
My bunny loves these!!! I'm pleased it helps her with the chewing and diet. I will keep purchasing these.
My bun bun
on Jul 11, 2021
My bun bun did not like those treat I got him.. Im trying to just lots of treats for him to try
bunny likes it
on May 31, 2021top500Contributor
Highly compressed hay provides good hard chewing for healthy teeth. My bunny likes to have one to nibble on off and on.