So I thought I would address my views on this topic. First off let me start by saying my first lops I brought home I chose to keep them inside in a cage until Spring. So I started out with a litter pan and some form of rabbit litter. I was extremely surprised to learn that they really do use and prefer their litter box. I would leave the cage door open for short supervised periods of time and they would run back to their cage and use the bathroom. Impressive. However, my version of litter trained or potty trained is more like that of a cat. I would never ever find it okay for my cat to occasionally pee or poop on me. And I have found with rabbits, that although they prefer to go in their litter box, they also don't seem to care if they let loose on you when the time comes. That being said I also don't think it is something that they have to learn from an early age. I have taken rabbits that have been in an outdoor pen their entire lives and brought them inside and they were instantly trained. So it is a great option but I don't think it is fool proof. I think you still end up cleaning up after them more than you would a typical potty trained pet. You can sleep with a potty trained pet in your bed. You can not sleep with a rabbit. So as I see more and more ads online for Potty Trained rabbits I do hope people do their homework and that breeders are also explaining it better because in the end, I can see some people feeling very let down and possibly end up not wanting the pet after all. When I explain the training I like to emphasis that it is really nice having the option to easily dump their litter pan every day instead of having to clean the entire cage but not to rely on them never going anywhere else.
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