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Azerane
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Freezer drawer is working a real treat Great way to keep your bunnies cool….

I took the big step today of not adding litter pellets to the top tray when I cleaned out the box. It was due for a complete clean so with a completely empty top tray I decided to leave it that way. Both buns have already been in the box to eat hay, but neither of them did anything. Will be interesting to see how it goes, I have some concerns with them getting pee splashes or pee sitting on the rows of plastic and them sitting in it but we’ll see. A day or two trial will quickly show whether it works or not.