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I am wondering if anyone has any bright litter box ideas for me I use straw in Parsleys litterbox and it gets EVERYWHERE and i mean everywhere! my room looks like a barn! He likes to pull pieces of straw out and leave them all over the floor I dont want to stop using straw in his litterbox as he likes it but i was wondering if anyone had any bright ideas or know of litterboxes that might help keep the straw in the box a bit more!
You could get a litter screen. And do look at that link up there! ^^
So, you absolutely don't want to change the type of litter? You could change the type of litter and still give him straw.
I've reposted this picture several times from a member on here. I like how simple it it!
It has a hay rack and litter screen but you could still do something similar with your normal litter etc. The downside might be the sound of a bunny tearing cardboard in the dead of night...
You could attempt using a large plastic crate with entry holes then the normal size litter box set inside that. This is a little different to a hooded box because the top is open so the rabbit might feel less closed in. Some like that, some don't.
Pablo flips his water and it's so annoying! Luckily, I found an attachable bowls to hang places. I hang one on a grid by my bed, one in the kitchen, and one on the porch. (I bought several!) I bought 5.. I bought 5, so when some grow bacteria I have some to replace them.
Oh, and I thought I would just share (If you didn't already have the idea.) that baby bottle cleaners (little rought scrubby things) are great bowl & bottle cleaners! Who would've known? (Everyone but me!)
Anyways, tell us what works out best for you and your fur monster!