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Yeah, we have a whole box of plain brown boxes left over from our wedding favors. I hid a couple sprigs of parsley at the bottom and added hay. It kept him intersted for a while, then the top opened and he snagged all the good stuff.
Charlie is doing amazingly well, its only day 3 and he was already licking my husband (not me! err... hubby has the week off from work and is quickly becoming the favorite) and doing fat-bunny-binkies. I think he spent so long at the shelter because whenever someone tried to "meet" him he did his best wild boar act-- grunting, lunging, piss, and vinegar. He hasn't growled once since he got home. He's lunged once or twice, but just to protect his food.
He had a few pee incidents (maybe 4 total) on the first two days, but none today. He's been leaving single poops around his cage and pen-- we've been praising him with a head scratch and a raisen when he goes in his litterbox and I'm putting his poops in the box, too. Today, the marking is already much reduced.