- Mar 19, 2012
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- Arizona, USA
You need to have some litter/bedding for them to pee in. If you wipe up their urine with a paper towel, put that under the litter. They will smell it and then want to go there -- that's the concept behind putting the urine soaked paper in there. But they need a litter or bedding in the box.The other side with toilet paper wiped up from their pee and their poop also. Saw YouTube videos where they toilet trained them that way. But they seem to jump out of the tray to go to the toilet and then stay in the litter tray.
If you go on Chewy.com you can find cheap Timothy hayPeople with only 1 or 2 rabbits are often buying their hay by the bag at a pet store. That is why a bale-- even at $16 per bale--, is waay, waay, waay, cheaper than buying by the bag. The following bag (96 oz) sells for $16 at Petsmart of Petco. And that size bag isn't even a single flake of hay!
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Wow, that’s cheap! I paid $28 for a bale of nice, Green, Timothy hay this morning. I verified that is was t sprayed and even has lab test results. That’s a lot more than you pay but far less than pet store prices and definitely better quality.I purchase 1 bale every 3 months for 4 bunnies. I only pay $8 per bale in Florida. I store some inside in a large storage container to use daily and the rest in my garage or storage shed in a large outside garbage can. It saves me so much money! Will never go back to pet store hay!