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Shannie1027
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I see some wonderful ideas here! But I do need some help. My bunny condo is similar but I am struggling with what to put as the ground floor. I live in an apartment with carpet and right now I use a heavy quilt that I rewash weekly but she is ripping it up and I really need a new solution. I have researched but can’t find a fix. She is spayed and litter trained, but sometimes does wet small areas so I need something that will protect the carpet. I have used shower curtain liners, rubber mats, and towels etc. what does everyone use? She’s eventually growing tired of everything that I think is finally the best solution lol