Hi all, I am new rabbit owner, totally cliche but the Easter rabbit brought my son a rabbit for Easter. Before I receive any backlash, I know that kids grow tired of pets, I know that the responsibility of caring for and such falls on me, I researched for weeks before actually making this decision. However despite my research I was not as prepared as I initially thought so here I am. We got our rabbit from a friend who had a domestic set of rabbits dumped at her house. My assumption is the owner found out the rabbits were in fact and boy and girl and aka got pregnant. They then dropped them , off on the side of the road in front of my friends house. My friend is a known French bulldog breeder and works with rescues so people in our area know she has a caring heart for pets regardless of breed. Que baby bunnies. Our bunny is about 9 weeks old, I have no idea if it’s male or female at this point or what breed. Initally we thought the bunny would be outside so we purchased a large two tier hutch for outside, I got bedding, hay, bowls, bottles , chew toys, and food. The first night my son really struggled with the idea of his bunny being alone at night outside, so we brought it inside, used a storage container and added all of the above to it so it had what it needed for the overnight sleep over. We then purchased an indoor cage, and extra bowls/bottles a litter pan, litter, and a hideaway thing for the indoor cage. I looked up litter training and am a little confused. I put litter in pan along with some hay and some of the bedding but what do I provide for the bunny to sleep on so it doesn’t get confused? With the bunny having both indoor and outdoor hutches, can they be trained in both areas or do I need to confine to one hutch until litter trained. Is it possible to only use the litter pan inside and allow the bunny to do whatever in the outside hutch or do i need to be consistent with a litter pan in both areas. Also 9 weeks old, it was being fed Timothy hay, but I read today it needs alfalfa. Just want to be sure this is accurate. Also do I need to mix the hay together before switching to all alfalfa if it needs alfalfa?