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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > BEHAVIOR > Is it possible Ashes can't see in the dark?
Last Post by bullrider76543 at 7/26/2012 7:11 AM (2 Replies)
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User is Offline Hunny's Momma
Beautiful New England
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7/26/2012 2:38 AM
Ashes as lived with us for a week now & the 1st 2 days were spent locked in the pen learning to use the litterbox and was successful... All day long everyday so far if Ashes is out running about & has to go potty she/he goes right to the box BUT every morning when I wake up there is tons of poop all over the place in the pen.  The 1st couple morning I figured it was just marking cause Hunny had done the same thing in her pen when she 1st came to live with us & still does if/when I move her pen around but I have woken up to this every single morning since she has been here.  I wanted to keep a night light on last night but totally forgot so I'm gonna try & remember tonight but has anyone ever heard of a rabbit not being able to see in the dark? 

User is Offline Sarita
(Dallas)
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7/26/2012 7:06 AM
Well, rabbits see best at dusk and dawn. I suppose just like human's, they have difficulties seeing in the dark. There is usually some light in my house at night - not necessarily a night light but the street lights and moonlight and other city nighttime lights, so my house isn't pitch black at night.

User is Offline bullrider76543
Joplin MO
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7/26/2012 7:11 AM
all six of mine do that, durring the day and free time they use the litterbox, but at night they just go where they feel like it
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