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Forum BEHAVIOR Bunny peeing and pooping on my bed

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    • BlackSunlight
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        What all is there that you can do to prevent a bunny from peeing and pooping on your bed? I have urine remover and deodorizer/neutralizing spray (I think that’s what you call it ;-;) and he is litter trained, for the longest time now, about 2-3 years. But still, he pees and poops on my bed sometimes.


      • Wick & Fable
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          Inherently, beds are a very attractive and tempting place for even the most litterbox adherent rabbits to mark because it is comfy and so scent-filled. There is honestly little you can do to stop it aside from limiting bed time and/or putting a literal litterbox on your bed to attempt redirecting the behavior.

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        • DanaNM
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            Agree with Wick & Fable, buns do seem to love peeing on beds. I know some members have had success with putting a plastic shower curtain over the bedding with a thin blanket on top. This blocks the smells from the bed so it can reduce marking and also makes accident clean up easier.

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