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Vienna Blue in France
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Thank goodness bunny is better – the litterbox habits (or lack of) may be related but she is also coming into teenage bunny years so may just be marking her area.

To retrain for littertray you’ll probably have to reduce her free roam space so she (is forced to) use her litter tray (as they are generally clean creatures).

When she does, then you can enlarge her area by a little bit (with an xpen or other barriers) so she gets into the habit of going back to her tray (not too far) to pee and poop. If she starts peeing outside her tray, you’ll have to reduce the space again for a longer period.

(This is what i’m having to do at the moment with a recently bonded pair whose habits have been confused and they are both claiming the area as their own)

Or maybe offer her another litter tray – many members here have multiple litter trays around the house.