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Good morning lovely/knowledgable people, I have a question about litter training, I'm not sure how,litter trained my bun is, or if this is the the best it's going to get. Buckley would sit in his corner litter tray watching the world go by but would wee/poop at the other end of his cage so I put another corner litter tray at the other end where he was doing his business, hoping this would solve the problem. However, I am still finding droppings pretty much evenly scattered all over his cage but with a pile of poop in one particular place (between the two litter trays!). These poops are dry not the soggy ones. When a bun is "litter trained" does this refer to just wee and wet poops and the dry ones are everywhere or can I live in the hope that one day his cage won't be such a mess?
When he's out roaming he doesn't appear to be pooping or seeing on the carpet, it's just his cage that is a mess.
Also, there's a wet patch on his sawdust under his water bottle, it's not wee as it doesn't smell, I thought the water bottle was leaking so I bought him a new one (different variety) but the wet patch is still there. Do buns dribble when they drink?
Any advice/suggestions gratefully received