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Tgbarber
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When i first got my bun i had cedar shavings in cage and a cornet little box with yesterday days news brand of litter. I thought he needed shavings to feel comfy. Keeping it clean was a nightmare. He peed and pooped in shavings. I asked my breeder and she said to ditch the shavings. So now i have a litter box under his hay rack. And no shavings. Much better