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Thread: Behaviour - piddling in his pellets!

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    Default Behaviour - piddling in his pellets!

    Why would Cuthbert have suddenly started to piddle in his pellets! - that boy is bonkers!!!

    He has a perfectly good litter tray and then a tiny 3 inch bowl for pellets.

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    Strange. Is he piddling everywhere, just wondering if its the start of a urinary infection. Doughnut tiddles everywhere when she has one as can't hold on to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpayne View Post
    Strange. Is he piddling everywhere, just wondering if its the start of a urinary infection. Doughnut tiddles everywhere when she has one as can't hold on to it.
    Nope just in his pellets - love your profile photo

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    No idea then!

    Thanks, I think she's thinking what mischief shall I get up to now!

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    Do you put a thick layer of hay in his litter tray?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babsie View Post
    Do you put a thick layer of hay in his litter tray?
    No he has newspaper and some shavings (I know shavings are naughty) next to his hay box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthbert&Dillon View Post
    No he has newspaper and some shavings (I know shavings are naughty) next to his hay box.
    Please don't use shavings - they can cause respiratory problems. Rabbits love to wee and poo at the same time as eating, so a large littertray (underbed storage box) with thick layer of newspaper and stuffed with good hay would go down very well and would probably solve the problem.


    PS Megazorb is relatively cheap and makes very good, absorbent layer. It can go over layer of newspaper and then a thick layer of hay goes over that.
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    PS Megazorb is relatively cheap and makes very good, absorbent layer. It can go over layer of newspaper and then a thick layer of hay goes over that.[/QUOTE]

    I will look up Megazorb - thank you

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    You think that's bad? Pixel has taken to using his water bowl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthbert&Dillon View Post
    PS Megazorb is relatively cheap and makes very good, absorbent layer. It can go over layer of newspaper and then a thick layer of hay goes over that.
    I will look up Megazorb - thank you [/QUOTE]

    The bag is big and heavy - but it does work well. (I didn't know much about it when it was recommended to me.)

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