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My buns, Theo and Ariadne, are doing great and I'd love to be able to let them roam my room throughout the day. They are currently in a 4x4 cage during the day, so it's not a small cage or anything, but I'd still love to let them have more room.
At what point did you trust your buns enough to let them go unconfined? Theo is almost 2, but Ariadne is only 11 weeks old and unspayed. They pee reliably in their litter box but there's always a lot of poop when I vacuum the cage. I don't want that poop all over my carpet... I'm aware spaying should help with that.
How do I make this transition as successful as possible? Theo doesn't really care to be out of his cage anyway, but Ariadne loves to find her way into trouble. Should I wait until she's fully grown and spayed before letting her roam unattended?