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Some unspayed rabbits never display the behaviors that you listed, and they are easy to litter box train. It is true that unspayed females have a high chance of developing uterine cancer, which is one reason why it is recommended that they be spayed. Besides behavioral and health reasons, many people want to have their rabbits spayed in case they get a companion for them in the future. It’s best to spay rabbits when they are younger, but older rabbits can be spayed too. The vet would probably perform blood tests before surgery if a rabbit is more than a few years old.