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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > What kind of litterbox screen is easier on bunny's feet: tightly woven mesh by BinkyBunny or plastic sifting tray in cat litterboxes? Metal or plastic? Narrow spaced or wider spaced?
Last Post by Yuki Kathleen at 7/16/2012 5:33 AM (1 Replies)
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User is Offline LittleDoll
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7/15/2012 10:58 PM

I am trying to decide which litterbox with mesh/sifting tray to buy for our bunny. I am planning to put bunny litter under the mesh and hay and a little bit of litter on top of the mesh just like I see on some of the photos.

Binky Bunny offers nice litterboxes with tightly woven galvanized mesh. I also saw online cat sifting litterboxes such as made by Van Ness. Which floor would be easier on bunny's feet, wider or narrower spaced, metal mesh or plastic?


User is Offline Yuki Kathleen
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7/16/2012 5:33 AM
I would definitely suggest getting the litter box screen from BB. I have one, and it is one of my best purchases! I haven't seen any sore hocks on my rabbits feet, so I guess its not that rough on their paws. But if your rabbit is very heavy (LIke 7 pounds or something) you might want to put a bit of hay over the screen, as their feet can tend to get sore easier.

Also, if your rabbit is a dwarf, or has small poops (hehe) then they may just fall through the screen, so...LOL
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