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I'm new to bunny keeping and I just got a beautiful lil bunny (Wookie). Although I we're getting the hang of litter box training, Wookie still does lots of poos while he sits on our laps (especially my boyfriends) We're trying to spot when he's going to go but he's too quick and seems to keep moving when he does his buisness. What is the best way of stopping this behaviour?
Thanks in advance!