Rabbit urine can be quite pungent ,so unless your bunny is used to a litter box that can be replaced often,I wouldn't adopt a bunny as a pet. Breeders often has cages with removable trays and they clean it weekly,however if you plan to have your rabbit indoors, that's just not the right setup,specially not in your kitchen area. I don't know about you but I also wouldn't have that on my living room or bedroom.
Bunnies are great pets,as long as you have them potty training from young age,as they grow up using a litter box they will know exactly what to do and where to go . After spaying and neutering they will just get better and better. Not all litters are safe for rabbirs,I use Aspen wood shavings and that's what I recommend. Rabbits like to nibble on their litter so clumping -style or corncob based can pose a terrible risk for rabbits.
Rabbits are not like cats when using the litter box,their hit rate is less then 100% however all the urine is always in the litter box, if you find any "little surprises" on the cage just swipe with a dust pan and small broom. I purchase mine at the dollar store.
It is alot easier to swipe their hutch daily then clean urine splashes from your walls or carpet.
Are you thinking about adopting a rabbit as a family pet?
Be sure to have their potty training steps started early in life, bad habits are better if never started!
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