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Forum BEHAVIOR bunny not using litterbox after spay RE: bunny not using litterbox after spay


vanessa
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Bed sheets and pillows are tricky. One of my bunnies just decided after being spayed, that soft things were meant to be peed on. I can’t change that habit. Many bunnies like to pee on soft things, they just don’t always discover it at a predictable point. I would keep restrict her access to said items – keep her in an area that is safe to pee on, preferably a small area, and give her a litter box at each corner. It could take a month or so for her hormones to calm down, and things should get back to normal. In the mean time – don’t give her access to things you wouldn’t want her to pee/poop on.