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Old 08-30-2017, 09:29 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Aki View Post
For a female rabbit it's normal to dig and to do that thing which looks like ironing with her front paws
For what it's worth, our male rabbit does the "pushing" thing too! It is quite amusing to see ... we figured that he was just very creative and having fun.

We just filled up a small digging box with landscaping sand - he LOVES it! Clearly he was missing this in his life ...

I will post some pictures of our bun in his soon-to-be-replaced-for-a-larger-model digging box.

If you are having issues with your rabbit digging in the litter box, I would encourage you to make a digging box for her or him, they will love it! And as Ladysown and JBun and others said, it may satiate that craving that rabbits instinctually have to dig.

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