Hello so I have a female bunny not sure of age maybe around 5 -7months not 100% sure of breed but I'm thinking lionhead. She isnt spayed yet since the vet said to wait 2 -3 months. But currently I'm having difficulty with her peeing on my bed. She likes to pee on the top half of the bed never the bottom half. So the headboard area. I'm not sure if this is due to it being kind of a corner area. Shell usually turn her butt towards me and pee right next to me or around me. Just near the headboard of my bed. (Also where she likes to sleep) I had thought she was litter trained already, she used to run straight to her litter box and pee so I thought she knew how to. Since I've let her on my bed shes been constantly peeing in that headboard area. I wash my blankets almost everyday, I do have her own fleece blanket she can pee on and when she does I'll use vinegar, let it sit, and soak it up with paper towel. It's usually not a big deal but the problem is at night when I'm not really watching her and shell pee right near me she even sat on top of me and peed me... lol. Vinegar doesnt keep her away. It doesnt do anything for her shell go back and pee anyways. I thought this was territorial behavior but I'm kind of thinking now that shes doing this because it's like an area she can huddle in and pee since they do like corners to pee in. She wont pee anywhere else on my bed just the top half. She will mark the bed with her poop. As shesrunning around lil poops will be left behind. But the thing is now she leaves little piles of poops on my bed its almost like shes using it as a litter box and not only that shes also eating that poop (not cecotropes) and spitting it out leaving a pile of messy poop on her side of the bed. I have tried spraying the whole fleece blanket with vinegar letting it dry and putting it back.. that didn't work.Vinegar doesnt work on her at all. I know I shouldwait til shes spayed to see if that solves most of the issues but I'm not able to right now since shes too young and I would like some solution to deal with this for the time being. Or any tips would be great. *please no tips telling me to remove her access to my bed or to cage myself in my bed. x.x I want her to be with me if she wants to and I dont want her to have less space in my room to roam around. Some other notes about her..not sure if normal -she poops while she sleeps kind of funny and adorable -shes recently became extra attached to me, shell run around me in circles and shes alwaysconstantly begging me for tickles. Shes always begged for tickles but not as excessively as now. 7am shell lick me to death and wont stop til I pet her. She now lets me pick her up while she never allowed me to before because she was kind of traumatized from the vet and she never initially liked being held to begin with... -doesnt pee on my floor - never peed on my rug although I've sinced removed it to get it cleaned -still pees on her own blankets like once to mark itthen doesnt really go back to it from what I've seen. Basically anything soft shell pee on rarely does she pee on the hard floor. -still pees in litter box and poops mostly while shes eating, I just havent seen her run to it just to peelike she used to. But not sure. -used to have an x pen for her at night but could never keep her in, so I just removed it all together and let her free roam my room since she was already free roami ng anyways. (I live with my parents so she only has my room to free roam) -when she had her x pen she'd sometimes pee on her fleece blanket but didnt seem like a lot... -when she pees she leaves a milky residue(I read online this is normal I started noticing after theswitch in pellets) Also shes not sick shes active and eating well still does pinkies and all. Super sorry for the terrible grammar and long post and thank you to anyone that replies and reads this whole mess :'D Here is a pic of her right now pooping while sleeping. Literally a pile of poops(no they're not stuck to her butt at all) Here is a pic of her hopefully someone knows what breed / age?