When my rabbit was very young she ate all the hay I gave her and didn't make a mess, or poop much, but as an adult she spreads her hay around the cage and cleaning up after her is an industrial task, being a poop factory. I want someone to look after her for a month but it'll be difficult given the mess she makes. Her main hutch is one from eBay and I've built a wire extension next to it of the same size to move around. Its an outside cage as the weather is mild where I live. The hutch has a slide out litter tray built in and she poops in one corner of it in a pile so it can't be slid out, and its a lot of work to extract and the mess means the entire cage needs serious cleaning out. I'm wondering if I could do something like a cat litter tray. Do rabbits poop where they eat? If so should I build a hay hopper and the litter tray together? Also, any idea why she spreads the hay everywhere? She has to pull it through the hopper before spreading it. The image below shows the cage, the built in litter tray and the mess spread down the ramp (with the litter tray removed).