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Yes, well Ailis – white bunny – is one of the main culprits for digging up wet newspaper and sleeping in litterbox. Hence my hesitation in using it again. 

I meant to add this pic earlier in the thread. This is the shoe rack shelf thingy that I joined together for litterbox. Only Gooseman and Potamus currently have this in their box. Pretty good grid size for their droppings to…well, drop! They are about 2kg bunnies.

 

This is the box I use for Timbu. He is a poo-in-one-corner guy. Lol So I cut out the grid in the corner where he goes 99% of the time and only put wood pellets in that back corner.

Again, this was a tiered-shelving unit. I got it on sale as it had components missing. It was perfect for what I had in mind though. 

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