Hi three weeks ago, my husband rescued a rabbit from someone who wasn't caring for it, this is my first rabbit so its been a very quick learning process. Tina is about a year old, isn't spayed and had been kept in an indoor guinea pig cage. She is now in a massive double story hutch outside and loves her new accommodation however she toilets EVERYWHERE! Im trying to litter train her so I got a cat litter tray filled it with wood pellet litter with a layer of hay and removed the hay from everywhere else (as i was advised to do). It helped slightly because she seems to pee and poo where she eats hay however she was still peeing and pooing alot out side the litter tray. Each day I clean up the poo and pee and place some in the litter tray. Last night I felt sorry for her not having any bedding so I gave her a load of hay in the bed area which is upstairs from the litter tray and its soaking this morning. Im at a loss as to what to do next, she doesn't seem to prefer a certain area of her hutch, only she seems to go slightly more where ever the hay is. Id be grateful for any advice. Oh yeah just to add she is booked in to be spayed on the 27th and we are hoping to see if she will bond with another rabbit from a local rescue once her hormones have gone down after the operation.