> I think most people just use the clean cage and soiled litter in the potty
> routine for hamsters ( well all the people I know with Syrians seem to).
My hammies were very good at using their potty in the beginning but now that
I have Boma and Poochi, I think they are trying to mark their territory even
more than they used to by peeing/pooing in the tubes because Maroo and Honey
can sense the new dwarf hamsters.
So I was debating whether to use the expanding tubes method.
Now that I think about it, it's probably a stupid idea. It is natural
hamster instinct to mark territory--how can I expect them to change for my
I tried my other method of rearranging everything but it's not working
either. I can't really move one cage to another location because I have so
Anyone got any ideas? Or do I continue to spend almost an hour cleaning the
tubes everyday now!
> I only had the one bunny many years ago. It was supposed to be a
> It was huge. I've never seen another that big. I wos done!!
I've seen dwarf bunnies get quite large. I forgot the name of the smallest
species but the one I'm thinking of is quite rare--I bet Angela knows. It's
not the Holland Lop--it's some other name that I can't remember.
> I got it to use a cat litter tray indoors by much the same method as the
> hamsters but in her run she just went anywhere even if I put the same
> tray in.
I heard that spaying or neutering your bunny lessens the need to mark
I like bunnies too, and before I got my hammies I was considering a Holland
Lop. The problem is I don't have enough of a run to keep the bunny happy.