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My rabbit room gets pretty smelly, even though I change the litterboxes every day. I also have my cat box in there. Is there something I can spray that won't hurt my buns? Thanks
 

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Try putting a box of baking soda next to your Rabbits cage. you can see if it reduces the smell coming from your Rabbits cage.
 

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I use these little cone things. They don't seem to bother any of my pets.



Scentsy candles are safe for animals too... They always sell them at the pet and reptile expos!

http://scentsy.net/
 

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Scented candles work to eliminate odor. . What litter are you using?? My bunny doesn't smell (maybe you have males though). And my cat litter doesn't smell either. How often are you changing it? Do you leave the garbage bags in the room?
 

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I am now discovering places where one of my cats has been peeing out of the litter box. I think that right now is the biggest problem. I am removing carpeting to get rid of the smell. I just bought some "Nature's Miracle 3in1 Odor Destroyer" that I found in the pet shop to spray into the air. I think I am still going to look into those candles. Thanks for the suggestions.
 

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Yeah I was going to say, I don't understand why rabbits would smell especially if you are cleaning their litter boxes daily.

Nature's Miracle is good for cleaning up pet accidents. :) Other than the spray you mentioned, they sell a liquid that you can use to clean up the areas where the cat peed. It's an enzyme cleaner, so it works to break down the pee and eliminate the smell.
 
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