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kaylyne28
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Congrats! It’s so exciting to finally own your first home! I used NIC grid cubes to barricade my bunny from attacking the baseboards. However those little garden fences that they sell at a dollar store would probably work just fine. As for the carpet… I would honestly get a cheap area rug that could maybe cover most of the carpet underneath? My rabbit room has new hardwood so I put puppy pee pads around the litter boxes in case Ellie has an accident or misses for whatever reason.