My bunny sleeps in her litter box! (she also hangs out there) What shud i do??
My bunny SLEEPS in her litter box! Lol right?!?! But i dont know if thats sanitary, and i also i dont know WHY shes doing it! Can any1 help???
Actually, it's quite normal for a rabbit to sleep there. I would suggest putting something in there to comfort her, though.
By the rabbit a small dog or cat bed in the cage and they usually will go in it. The litter box is usually filled with more bedding so it's more comfortable.
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