Question by  Bob20 (16)

Will rabbits share a litter box?


Answer by  S93 (524)

If rabbits are bonded with one another, they will share a litter box with one another. The scent of the litter box will draw them to it.


Answer by  worker7254 (11)

Rabbits will share a litter box if they are bonded, or they'll share a corner of the cage. Otherwise rabbits will NOT share a litter box, it is probably best to get two seperate litter boxes.


Answer by  spankys28 (38)

Yes they will. Rabbits are very clean animals. They will share the same litter box as long as it is big enough to hold both of them. Although some rabbits can be more dominate and will try to claim the litter box as their own. In that case, you may have to use 2 litter pans.


Answer by  Horia (21)

If the cage is small, they will share a litter box. If it-s big enough to use multiple litter boxes, they won't use the same one.


Answer by  Mrscmrn (1449)

Rabbits that are spayed and neutered are easier to litter train. Rabbits will share a litter box as long as the box is big enough for both rabbits and kept clean daily. Sometimes one rabbit will be more dominant and want to claim the box for themselves. If it doesn't accept another rabbit another box may be necessary.

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