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Juicy
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Silly me, Vienna! I forgot to address that point you made. Yes, she does kick out the papers sometimes (she’s usually pretty tidy), but she can’t kick out anything wet with pee, it just doesn’t work. So I have a tiny little dustpan and broom from the dollar (pound?) store which I will use to put it back in the box if I look over and it annoys me…or if I have guests. If I’m too busy, though, I’ll just leave it there as it’s not hurting anyone.

We have drawers for the refrigerator part — freezer is separate — and they are scary deep like you said! Poor bunny would never find her way out

Also, I hauled home a terribly heavy bag of pellets for myself in one of my many experiments — and she ATE THEM. Immediately. Copiously. I threw away that very inexpensive but heavy bag the second day. To each bun his or her own, I guess!