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Can you potty train a bunny? greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
Nov 25th '12

Simple question lol
Litter box?
One of those mats?
Or even if you have a cage in the room they are in will they go bck to it to poop?
Or will they just poop and pee everywhere?

KillerMombie 3 kids; Belle Chasse, Louisiana 28282 posts
Nov 25th '12

My bunny would go back to his cage and pee in one corner but I never could get him poop trained :/ I think some breeds are more trainable, though, and mine was not one of those.

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
Nov 25th '12

I don't know, but I really want a bunny. :)

Bri + 1.5 <3 Due October 20 (girl); 1 child; Florida 4350 posts
Nov 25th '12

I hear they are really easy to litter box train.
Idk how, but I'm sure you can google it. (:




Edit: Damn tablet.

B&D's mom! 2 kids; Honolulu, HI, United States 13511 posts
Nov 25th '12

Yes! My parents potty trained my bunny for me when I was younger.

Amber {Dylan's momma} 1 child; Lodi, Ohio 2047 posts
Nov 25th '12

i know they can be litter box trained, not sure how

empire state of mind New York, New York 12208 posts
Nov 25th '12

Mine has litter
Box in his cage that he pees in and does most poop in but some poop slips out during the day. He never pees outside his cage though

greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
Nov 25th '12

Thanks everyone that is great news! We're getting one :)

user banned Colorado 21030 posts
Nov 25th '12

Yes, theu are langamorphs and closely related to cats.

Jane.Doe. Fukushima, Japan 2805 posts
Nov 25th '12

It is not easy, but it IS possible with a lot of hard work and dedication and patience..looots of patience.

empire state of mind New York, New York 12208 posts
Nov 25th '12
Quoting Unique Mama:" It is not easy, but it IS possible with a lot of hard work and dedication and patience..looots of patience."

It took my bunny like a day to be potty trained. We just cut a piece off his favorite blanket and put it in the litter box and he got the hint that that was where he was supposed to go.

Christine587 6 kids; Washington 432 posts
Nov 25th '12

Mine always went back to its cage to poop or pee, I didn't train him he just did it on his own

RadioactiveCat 2 kids; Roanoke, VA, United States 22958 posts
Nov 25th '12

They can be litter trained. Sometimes if you have cats they will teach them. I wouldn't leave a cat and bunny together unsupervised though.