Hello! I just joined this forum as it seems helpful. So we have two Holland lop brothers named Button & Banjo, (they look exactly alike), that are neutered & bonded. They are about to turn 2 on November 1st. They live on the front porch, and are let out of their cage into a pen during the day. We are planning to move them into a bigger hutch with a pen attached (on the porch), but they have to be litter box trained first. Right now they are 100% trained on the litter box for pee and (most) of the dry pellets. The problem is cecotropes. They are both a little over 4 lbs (and quite chubby), and leave cecotropes EVERYWHERE. When they are in the exercise pen they rub them on the porch (and then hop through it), and at night all in their cage (not in the litter box). But they do appear to be normal cecotropes, not liquid or anything. I did watch one of them balancing up against the wall of the porch trying to eat them but ended up leaving most of them on the floor. 0_0 So I was wondering if anyone on here had any tips on stopping this? They are very hard to clean up (especially off the cage), since they dry rock hard. Plus they can't move into their new pen until they are at least 99% litter trained. Thanks so much!