Watch Chocolate Charlie and Frangipani on their grass rabbit toilet on the outdoor table at The Rabbit Sanctuary in Northern NSW. They are helping Kim Cooney work on her ipad and phone to sort out all the rescue bunnies coming in, being rehabilitated and re-homed as indoor companion pets.
|Rabbits on their grass toilet tray with some fresh lawn grass to eat|
One thing to look out for is bunny nibbling fake grass in their grass toilet. If you notice this immediately offer some hand picked fresh grass and fruit tree branches or a treat or pellets. If this does not stop bunny nibbling the plastic grass then exchange the fake grass mat for a seagrass mat from Bunnings. You can also consider a slightly different type of non-litter toilet which just has a plastic mesh instead of a grass mat. Plus ensure that your bunny has a variety of top grade hays as well as daily fresh lawn grass to eat and no vegetables. Vegetables will fill the tummy and stop bunny from eating hay. Hay is vital for the rabbit’s gut to work properly.