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My girl Frosty pees a lot and likes to use the litterbox as a bed. Then my Shamrock, he's 9-1/2 and sometimes he pees on his tail or gets it on his stomach, don't ask me how!
I'd like to find a safe baby wipe to use with them. I hear conflicting things and I know bunny skin is ultra-sensitive. I'm wondering about a formula I could make with very gentle soaps or ingredients - castile? baby shampoo? aloe vera? others? and pure water and keep handy or make up as needed then use with cloths or shop towels (paper towels do tend to disintegrate, I've found). Any suggestions?
I also welcome suggestions on a ready-to-go product for bunnies if you've found one; I'm just thinking if there were a DIY formula that would save a lot of money for us bunparents.
Thanks for any ideas!