Hello, I am very new to this forum so I apologize if I am doing something wrong by posting here or posting two questions in one.
My bunny is about 3 months old. She doesn't seem to like chewing, like on bunny safe wood or on cardboard. She has unlimited hay and I give her one solid hay block a day. Her teeth seem just fine. But I would like her to enjoy chewing on some toys for extra things to do when she's in her cage while I'm not home (normally she has free run of the bunny proof room.) Is there a way to encourage chewing on her toys, or do some rabbits just not like to chew?
Also, she is litter trained. She uses her litter box, and I put hay over the carefresh so she can eat her hay and use the bathroom. But, sometimes she doesn't use the litterbox. I make sure it's clean a few times a day, so it's not too filled or dirty. But sometimes when she has to go, she doesn't choose to go to the litterbox. It's as if sometimes she uses it, and sometimes she doesn't. If she's hopping around the room I'm pretty good about catching her going on the floor and putting her in the litterbox, but the times when I'm not home and she's in the cage I can't really stop her from going where she wants. Is there a way to make sure she uses the litter box all the time, and not just most of the time?
Edit - her cage is fairly big. It's a kennel for large sized dogs (was for my border collie while he was growing) carpet on the bottom so she's not walking on wire. And also, she doesn't seem to like digging at all. I've tried a couple things to make a fun digging box with, but she seems to have no interest. Right now in the back of the cage is a very large and sturdy cardboard box turned on the side, so she can sit inside or on top (she likes to lay on top the most, as if she's queen bunny!)