I have two bonded Holland Lop brothers that live on my front porch, and have been having problems with them leaving cecotropes around. I addressed this last month (see this thread): https://www.rabbitsonline.net/threa...opes-could-it-be-a-cage-flooring-issue.92199/, and ended up reducing their pellet amount (oxbow adult) to 1/3 cup to share (every evening). However, they are still leaving cecotropes on the porch/in their cage every day. Here is a list of info/my observations on them for reference: They are both 2 years old They are both about 4 lbs They use a litter box for pee and most of poop They literally RUN to their feed (1/3 cup to share) every evening and start gulping it down They eat SPS 2nd cut timothy hay. They have a hay feeder of it available at night (when they have to be locked in their cage), and during the day they get a pile as big as both of them on the porch. In the morning they are always hungry and ready to run out of their cage to their hay. They usually leave a ton of cecotropes about an hour after they run to their hay in the morning, but rarely if ever leave them when they have to be in their cage at night. They do like the seed heads and soft pieces better than the hard strands though (they waste a lot of those) They have been eating less hay since summer started (they spend more time laying by their ice block/in front of their fan) They LOVE Oxbow timothy meadow hay (more than their regular hay) and get it sometimes as a treat (it is soft, strong smelling, and cut short with a lot of dust). It is very expensive though so they don't get it all the time. They get no other food, no treats, no nothing, so I am confused as to what could be causing them to leave cecotropes everywhere. They have been in a continuous molt for months. I am really tired of going out and cleaning cecotropes up multiple times a day, and the bunnies also like to sit in them and get their paws wet/dirty. Anyone have any advice as to what could be causing this and how I could resolve it?