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Well Bella is doing great with her litter training and just few poops here and there so that is great!
My problem is I use Carefresh bedding for her, Valen and my 2 chinchillas. It sticks in Bella's hair EVERYWHERE! She lays on her side and gets it in her ears, face, all over her hind feet and belly. She gets mad at me for picking it off of her and I hold her over the trash can and clean her belly area before I let her run around the house. (Note: I use an aspen pellet form litter in her box)
I don't know if I should just take it out and use a fleece blanket or towel for her to be on, since the coroplast is slippy? What do you think?
When I had long haired hamsters Carefresh would often tangle in their fur- so I had to use a rounded paper pebble litter. I would recommend buying some fleece from the fabric store or cheap fleece blankets.
I would take out the carefresh too. It might actually help in her litter training also. Good to hear she's getting it.