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Home Page Forums DIET & CARE Detailed description of litter tray preparation RE: Detailed description of litter tray preparation


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We ended up with a litter pan from petco that you can buy a rim to go around the top or leave it off if you want. I use catspot litter that is made with coconut husk. They ship me 1 bag a month and I scoop out the poop in the morning and before bed and the pee just kind of absorbs in I guess you would say. I do a complete litter change every Wednesday and that’s also when I take everything out and clean everything else too. I keep things cleaned up through the week too. I really like this litter. There is very little tracking from her and there is no smell at all. I can’t say how it would be with more than one bunny, but for having just one I really like this. I first used the paper pellets, they were okay but I felt like she was constantly sitting on poo. With the catspot the poo kind of sinks to the bottom so she is sitting on soft dry litter instead of hard pellets. I tried the wood stove things too because I felt like they would be more economical because I changed out her box everyday with the paper and wood pellets and it just didn’t seem clean. (That could also just be my ocd) She did not like the wood pellets and I think it may have been the pine smell. I didn’t think about trying the pellets with the grate idea though, that could have possibly solved my issue. I’m pretty happy with the catspot but there is always room for improvement, so always looking for new ideas!