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hello everyone, hope you & your bunnies are all well.
my (neutered) boy wesley has decided in the last couple months to use his litter box as his punching bag. he has one of the plastic triangle boxes that fit in the corner of the cage with hooks that "keep it in place." he digs at it so aggressively that litter comes flying out, and if he gets it off a hook or both hooks he'll dig at it and flip it over. he has done it so fervently that i've been afraid he will hurt himself!
he is free-roam and has plenty of toys, but he seems to be his favorite activity. he still uses the box like a pro, so i have tried letting him move it around - he will "dig" it to different areas of the cage, but then start mostly using the old corner as a potty.
should i get him a more substantial box that he can't move? the only problem with that is when i really affixed the box to the corner of the cage, he would just throw the litter out when he couldn't move it..
any ideas??? xxxx
lindsay & wes & bluebell