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Old 02-11-2019, 12:05 PM
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That's the point where you invest in a kiddie gate and confine them to the kitchen with a small dog bed to sleep on and food/water bowls. Still plenty of room to roam, if they wee it's easier to clean up, and there's less for them to destroy if you make sure to block off access to the fridge power cables.
Tried that. He was strong enough to knock the gate down, not to mention chewing on it (and its tiedowns). Also, IME dog beds don't work too well with rabbits; they'll just piss on them. (Rabbit cages have a grille floor to keep the bun above the litter.) Basically, I didn't really have the firmness to keep him properly contained, and had set poor precedents at the beginning.