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    potatobuns
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    Potato is a year and a half old male bunny. He is neutered and potty-trained, he never pees anywhere other than his litter box. My boyfriend and I both share Potato, but, for the most part, Potato lives with me. He is also free roaming and has access to my entire apartment. My boyfriend lives three hours away from me, Potato and I get to see him once a month for 6-7 days at a time. When I visit, Potato has complete freedom in my boyfriend’s bedroom. My boyfriend wanted me to leave Potato at his place for the first time, so I did. But right after I left, Potato has been pooping and peeing on my boyfriend’s bed nonstop. My boyfriend and I can not figure out why Potato is doing this and how to get him to stop. 

    It’s just so weird because he has never done this before.

    Why is he doing this and how can my boyfriend get him to stop?


    #1893525
    Kiki
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    my thought is that it isn’t his normal space so he is marking territory. Is he neutered? Also, it may be behavioral, you said you’ve never left him just your boyfriend and potato? Animals can be really, really particular about whom they deem to be their primary human.


    #1893540
    LBJ10
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    I agree. It sounds like he is seeing this as new territory and he is feeling compelled to mark it.


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