i have 2girl bunnies they pee in every corner of their cage 8 in total! what can i do to limit this?
what can i do as it leaks down the legs of the hutch and i have them inside during this awful scottish weather. do you have any suggestions on what i can do to keep them a bit cleaner?
You could build a round cage that should confuse them if nothing else !
If that doesn't work they're nice in a pie....
Put the hutch outside in a shed..rabbits are not for inside the house unlless they are those really huge House Rabbits !
Put a cat litter box in there. They will use it and you need to clean it out at least twice a day. Use regular clumpling cat litter.
You should purchase new rabbit hutch for bunny. I was facing the same problem but after purchasing the new rabbit hutch from the Feel Good company my problem was solved quickly.
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