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My bunny is 5 yrs old. For the past 4 1/2 years she has always peed in her litter tray. Lately she started peeing else where in her cage. She is an inside rabbit and spends her time in a large pen with a towel underneith. (the towel is there as it is a cork floor and she slips when she walks on it)
She has started peeing in little spots around her pen, some in the litter box (which we change daily) and some on different parts of the towel.
Originally we thought she may have a urinary tract infection, the vet agreed this was most likely it and we gave her a course of antibiotics. After a short time we began to notice it alot and we did another dose of antibiotics.
I have taken her to the vet again and they said she is just getting lazy. I dont know what to do. Please help
(She has not been desexed)