Cecotrope catastrophy please help, and meet my new bun (:ny

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Morgan Madoka

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I have posting a lot on here because I recently rescued a 7 week old bun. She is healthy and happy but she seems to keep getting her cecotropes stuck all under her, stomach and butt. What can I do? They get smushed into her fur :confused: :(o_O any advice on how to clean up a 7 week old bun would really help, I appreciate it :):D that's Mei in the photo :):):):D:p
 

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Adorable btw. She is young so she will forget to eat them sometimes. You can start by pulling them off, If you're grossed by this use gloves. Then take a warm wet washcloth and wipe out the smears. Don't use any soap.
 

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Adorable btw. She is young so she will forget to eat them sometimes. You can start by pulling them off, If you're grossed by this use gloves. Then take a warm wet washcloth and wipe out the smears. Don't use any soap.
Thank you !! I will do the warm wet washcloth today! You have been so helpful today I super appreciate it :):(:oops::oops:
 

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What I found good is to actually cut it off very careful. It is much faster and therefore less stress.
 

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You can also try to brush them off carefully
 

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She will learn quickly. They actually look like small grapes and don't smell offensive.....unlike cat and dog poo.
I call them their "special poo" lol
 

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