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Forum BEHAVIOR Litterbox problems

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    • cookie627
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      My bunny when he out of his cage. He does not go back in to the cage go to the bathroom he goes outside of the cage. So i keep on having to wipe the pee and clean up the poo.
      Is there anything that can help me with my problem?


    • MooBunnay
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      a great trick is to put the bunnies hay in their littre box on top of their litter (you can see in the gallery the photos of bunnies cages, and many are like that).  This helps because the bunny will often poop while eating hay, and it will help him (or her) learn that the littler box is where the pooping is done! I’ve heard people say that sounds gross that they poop where they eat, but the poops fall through the hay, and they don’t eat any dirty hay!  Also, if he has a fave spot to poo or pee, put a litter box there for awhile, and he will also learn to use the box that way.


    • cookie627
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      oh thanks! i’ll try that


    • dmh426
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      is he neutered??!?!?!?!?!? GET HIM NEUTERED


    • cookie627
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      It worked he really goes in the litter box!!!!!!!! Thanks for the advice!!!


    • Gravehearted
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      I agree – getting him neutered generally will greatly improve litterbox habits.


    • MooBunnay
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      Hi! I’m glad to hear he is now going in the litterbox, that always makes life easier

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Forum BEHAVIOR Litterbox problems