I have this rug, is it ok? It’s not a problem. I just want him to be ok. I feel terrible. Does a rabbit need to be litter trained? I don’t mind washing this rug every day as I do that with my dog’s blankets as he has accidents often. If this isn’t ok I will put cardboard on the bottom of the hutch with pillow cases over it. What happens if he chews this rug now and again? He nibbles my towels for a bit and digs at them but then stops. If I put the rug or cardboard and pillow cases in, should I vacuum the pine shavings out? Is hay ok to be put in his litter tray long term also or will I need to get some other stuff? He does go to the bathroom in there quite well considering I’ve only had him 24 hours.You can put pillowcases and/or cardboard in the cage because those are safe. Since you do not have a larger litter box or proper litter yet I think it is okay to leave soft things outside of the litter box for now. Once you begin litter training then all soft things will need to be removed from the hutch.
I'm so sorry this thread has been so confusing. Please know that he will be completely fine and do not beat yourself up because of this mistake! I had pine shavings in Theo's hutch for the first 4 months that I owned him and the vet said he is in perfect health, even though I made that mistake.
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