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Forum BEHAVIOR Did a CHIPMUNK cause our bun to act this way?!

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    • SniffSniff186
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      I’ll try to keep this short!

      In the last few days, our bun Topper has been having pee accidents all over the house.  Never had this problem before, and she’s over 2 years old.  She’s a free-roaming bun, but she can’t access the basement or the bedroom.  Her pee accidents have only been in her room (on her bed and the floor) and in front of the back patio door.  From what I can tell, these are the only 2 places she’s peed.  So I can’t tell if they’re on purpose, or just a coincidence that they are accidents here (I’m leaning more towards doing it on purpose because she spends time in other places of the house that aren’t affected).

      So what about the chipmunk?

      About 2 days before this all started, a chipmunk snuck it’s way into the house and was here overnight until we found it and got rid of it in the morning.  So my thought was that maybe Topper is trying to get rid of the smell?  I don’t know exactly where the chipmunk ended up, but maybe it was in Topper’s room?

      Does anyone have any thoughts?


    • DanaNM
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      It could have been?

      If it was from the chipmunk, I would think she would get better over the next couple days as the smell goes away. If not, then I would have her checked for bladder issues, because it could be a weird coincidence.

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Forum BEHAVIOR Did a CHIPMUNK cause our bun to act this way?!