This summer I will be a summer camp counselor for 7 weeks. I'll be gone 9 hours a day for those weeks. I've had Lily for almost 3 years and she has never been left alone this long. We recently moved her cage into my room so I'm the only one who interacts with her now. Her cage is 4 ft by 8ft with a 2 story 2 ft by 4 ft hutch so she has a decent amount of space. Her area has wood flooring but the rest of my room is carpet. I need a way to make sure she has enough hay and things to do while I'm gone. I just got her a water bowl that automatically refills so I'm not concerned about that. I need a way to ensure she has plenty of hay without it making a mess. I wanted to attach a hay rack to the side of her cage but we have had issues with the hay just ending up on the carpet outside her cage or all over the floor in her cage because she moves her litterbox. What can I do to fix this? She doesn't have very much interest in most toys so I'm struggling to find ways to keep her entertained while I'm away. I've tried so many diy toys but she doesn't care about them. The only toys she likes are the ones involving food. What can I do? My first day is June first so I need to find solutions by then. Getting a second bunny to keep her company while I'm gone is out of the question, my parents don't want any more pets. I also need a way to minimize the dust from the hay in my room but that's not my main focus right now. I'm allergic to either Lily or timothy hay, don't know which, so if anyone has any suggestions for that, it would be appreciated.