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mobysmom01
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He doesn’t have anything in his cage besides his litter box. that’s a good idea. I’ll add something. I have pieces of fleece.

Also, slightly different question- he has been digging on my pants and nipping my legs and fingers a bit (ouch) when he comes out if I’m sitting in the x-pen, i open it up wider when I sit in it. It’s not constant and definitely seems like a ‘move aside’ and not ‘give me attention’ thing, but could this be related to hormones too? He never did this in his old home!