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Takahashi
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Thank you! As for outside of the litter box, I have puppy pads (which do not work, but helps the clean up a little) and their sheet/blanket that they lay on in their bedroom//hideout, and as I said the litter box has paper bedding in it.

I’ll try to pick up the poop as much as I can but there’s so much. Haha. As for pee, I don’t really see any laying around, I really think they pee on their sheet/blanket in their bedroom/hideout, because when I clean the cage that’s where I find the most mess, so I’m not really sure how I should go about spraying that.

Okay, I was just going to start giving them bread every so often, like I do with fruits. I’ve started keeping a list of when I give them fruits and bread. And I only give it to them once every few days. But I’ll probably only start giving them bread once a week because they REALLY like bread, especially when it’s hard and crouton-y. As for everything else, they have a hay holder attached to their cage, so that’s always available, and they always have pellets, and I’ve been giving them carrots and celery leaves at night. However, I ran out of leaves so I was told it was okay to give them celery stocks without the strings. So I’ve been cutting that up and giving it to them with the carrots.

I also have 2 salt licks in their cages, they don’t like them very much, but one is yellow and it’s corn flavored, but I read that they can’t have corn? But I’m assuming that flavoring and actual corn are 2 different things, otherwise they wouldn’t sell it hopefully. lol

Sorry for all of these questions. Outside rabbits and inside rabbits are vastly different.