Repairing carpet?

Hello, My name is Adam. I have three pet rabbits. One of these rabbits dug a 1x3 inch bald spot in the middle of the carpet in the apartment I'm renting. Is there an inexpensive way to fix this carpet before I move out next month?
Thanks, Adam
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Adam Schwartz wrote:

If you have a piece of scrap carpet it is easy - cut out the old piece and replace with a new one same size. Clear silicone works well to hold it down.
If you don't have scrap, you can cut out strands from the existing. Take just a couple of strands from any one place and try to take them from inconspicuous places...back of a closet, under a bed, etc. Once you have enough strands start gluing them into the bare place a few at the time. Try to approximate the same spacing of the strands as in the good area of the carpet. Again, clear silicone works well...just use it sparingly and don't get it on the strands except at the base. Once done, wait a day and trim the strands to the same height as the surrounding carpet. Again, do just a few at once.
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dadiOH wrote:

Good suggestion, but use a hot glue gun instead of silicone. Much easier to work with.
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