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I am in college and when I go to my boyfriend's for breaks, I take my bunny, Sully, along with me. He has always been great at using his litter box except for our last two visits. I keep Sully's litter box, food, and water in his cage, but he does not get locked in his cage. Him and his cage are kept in a bunny proof room when not roaming the entire apartment. When we are away, he poops and pees right in front of the door and it is a great big mess. Then the minute we are back at school, he resumes his normal, clean litter box habits. Does anyone have any tips for getting him to maintain his litter box habits while away? My current idea is to put his litter box by the door and also line his cage with litter.