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    i've just got a standard sized cat litter tray for my bunny who fits in it sitting up comfortably, but with hopefully another bunny coming soon im gonna need something bigger, i've tried typing large litter tray into google but nothing big enough for 2 rabbits comes up!

    i see so many pictures of 2 rabbits lying in there huge litter trays on here, where do you all get them from?!

    i do have a base from an indoor rabbit cage but its huge and would be a mission to clean out everyday!?

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    Dog/cat beds come in many sizes or you can try underbed storage boxes.

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    My pair have a standard cat litter tray which they can both fit in fine although they are small buns.

    They also have a plastic dog bed which was supposed to be just for hay but they use that as a litter tray too. Its very easy to clean though.
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    Ours use plastic dog beds & the underbed storage boxes from Wilkinsons

    Depending on the size of our buns depends on the size we buy

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    You can get larger litter trays from Pets at Home - there's plenty of room for my two in them but they're only small.

    I've got this one but they also do an even bigger one.

    An underbed storage box would probably be cheaper though - I got one from Wilkinsons for about 5.

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    bun bun's a dwarf lop and quite big and i plan on getting something of a similar size, i'm tempted with the underbed storage as i want to be able to just pick it up and empty it into the bin everyday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shannon321 View Post
    bun bun's a dwarf lop and quite big and i plan on getting something of a similar size, i'm tempted with the underbed storage as i want to be able to just pick it up and empty it into the bin everyday!
    I think ours were about 4 & we do just that - pick up & straight in the bin

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    I've got one of the jumbo one KarenM linked. My three small buns all fit in it at once.

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    I use the bases of those pathetically tiny indoor cages (3ft & 2'6)
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    mine have underbed storage boxes which they can all fit in if they want to.. got them from wilkinsons very cheaply
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