I have scoured the internet but can't really find anyone with this particular issue. Our spayed female is peeing EVERYWHERE, ALL THE TIME. I haven't put my Bissel spot cleaner away in weeks. Backstory: Got rabbit about four months ago. She was spayed five weeks ago and is now around 7 months old. She immediately took to her litter box when it came to urine. But... She liked to pee on our couches if given a split second to get up there (small rooms, can't block off). She sprayed her urine (runs, hops and pees at same time;a master at sunburst patterns). She dribbled periodically; if she'd hop on couch and, even if I immediately go to her, she'd sprint off, leaving dribbles. All articles, blogs and forums basically say, this will stop after she is spayed. Well, right after being spayed, she was SO much better. Droppings almost only in litter box, no peeing anywhere (unless she could make a run for couch). Now: She reverted back to old habits. And then upped the ante; all previous habits haven amplified. She pees CONSTANTLY. Like, within five minutes of being out of cage. And everywhere, no particular spot, just wherever she happens to be (so I can't put a litter box in her favorite, unauthorized spot). We're talking dribbling, regular peeing, and spraying. Each day seems worse. She seems to have abandoned her litter box and now just pees anywhere in her cage. She seems very territorial, chinning everything constantly. Even when I offer her food, she often won't even take it, but will chin it fifteen ways till Sunday. It's been probably three weeks of this. We limit her area to one room now and are with her the whole time. We put her in litter box when she leaves droppings. And when she pees, we put her in litter AND close her in the cage. And I add vinegar to cleaning to get rid of smell. What else can we do? I'm completely lost.