(Not sure if it's proper bunny-etiquitte to reply to one's own post here, but...) Followup to bunny space question:
Ellis seems to spend a lot of his awake time nesting, arranging his toys, boxes, blankets, towels, etc, "just so". He seems to be moving his wine-box den and shoe rack to follow the winter sun, just a few inches every couple of days, but about 60degrees from where we set it originally.
Is he practicing his own version of "bun shui"? Rearranging things because he's bored? Trying t attract a mate (even though he's been neutered for almost a year)?
How much will a thorough cleaning - vacuuming, washing the flannels and towels, putting in new boxes and cardboard for him - mess with his head? He seems happy, and the vet says he's healthy (minor digestive issue today, but she told us what to do and not to worry), so I don't want to interfere with something that's going well.
On the other hand, his favorites seem to be getting a bit shabby and I'd like for him to have "nice things".
(Ellis is our first pet ever, although my husband and I both had dogs when we were kid. He's a bachelor rabbit (so far) since we don't have the guts to try to take care of two yet.)
Thanks for any help for this newbie bun-mom.