This is a question that can come up because chinchillas are a common sight around campus. A lot of the time, you can find them in the animal area and they are looking for a meal. It is not uncommon to find chinchillas outside of the animal area and if you are fortunate to find one, you can make sure they get the proper food.
It is definitely possible to get chinchillas to eat spinach, although it is difficult to find exactly how to do it.
I am a huge fan of chinchillas and I find that as long as you are careful you can find a chinchilla who will eat spinach. It is not an easy process, but with the right method it is definitely doable. The trick may be to keep the chinchilla close to you when you use the spinach as bait.
If you are fortunate to find a chinchilla, you will be able to take the spinach and get the animal-eating chinchilla used to it. In my experience, it’s not difficult at all, and it is an easy way to get the animal-eating chinchilla used to something else entirely.
Once you’ve given the spinach to a chinchilla, you should have the chinchilla eating it whole. Chinchillas love to eat their food and will do so without hesitation. I have had chinchillas eat mead and spinach before, so I imagine they would enjoy it. After all, chinchillas are carnivores, so they will enjoy their food.
The chinchilla is definitely one of these critters that is a real pain to get them used to, but once youve given them a few spinach, it shouldn’t be too hard. There is just one little thing to do that takes a bit of practice. You need to cut off a small piece of the spinach (you don’t want it all in your mouth) and place it in the mouth of the chinchilla.
The spinach is a bit of an issue, but not too much. We’re talking about chinchillas that have a very short attention span. They like to eat what they are already familiar with so you cant really expect them to eat anything new. We’ll give it a try though.
chinchillas are super smart and are often used as pets, so they are pretty good at absorbing information. The other problem here is the spinach. The problem is that it is a fairly light green and the chinchilla will be eating the leaf when it becomes too dark to see. The solution here is to throw a bit of black and white paint on the leaf so that the chinchilla can see it.
A group of chinchillas at the zoo are eating a leaf of spinach. They are not aware of what is happening, but they are very interested in the leaf and want to eat it. So you paint the leaf, let the chinchillas eat, and then paint the spinach again. The problem is that this leaves your chinchillas with black and white paint on their fingers.
The reason for this is that chinchillas have only two types of color vision — red and green. So when one of these paints is applied to their hands, they can’t see through the color. The solution here is to use black and white paint instead.