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Asked by mylittlemiracle

Q: Can you change a bunny's litter box?

Is it safe to change a bunny's litter box when you are pregnant? Because I know you can't for cats and bunny's pee smells very strongly...

This question was asked May. 31, 2012 7:34pm
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Answered by monroezelda - Jul. 29, 2012 7:39am
just wondering if rabbits dont carry this why do they have to have the needle to prevent it.

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Answered by Heather1386 - Jun. 1, 2012 6:18pm
I have read the same about cats, but I am forced to clean it although I am pregnant. My husband is gone during the week so I have to do it. I wear gloves and a mask and shower like right after. Its best to take precautions on anything you're not sure of.

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Answered by danni179 - Jun. 1, 2012 7:13am
Cats carry a certain disease thats harmful hence why you shouldn't touch their litter tray. I'm happy to pick up my dogs business on a walk so I'm sure a bunny would be fine.....just those nasty cats you gotta avoid...lol !

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Answered by knicole27 - May. 31, 2012 9:12pm
You def can. Rabbit poop is the absolute cleanest poop around because all they eat is hay and other green vegetation. :) I learned when volunteering at the humans society that its soo clean you could even eat it.. not that I think anyone should its just thats how clean it is... lol.. heh. My doctor said that cats are the only carriers of this and I pick up dog pooh in my back yard (with a baggie of course or pooper scooper) but if I can pick up dog poo.. you should def be able to pick up the bunny poo! :)

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Answered by MBrannen - May. 31, 2012 8:54pm
The reason you shouldnt change cat litter is due to cats being carriers of toxoplasmosis and the risk that can have for mother and baby. As far as I know bunnys arent carriers of this (since they do not hunt or eat raw meat), but it would be good to maybe ask your health care provider. Hope this helps :)

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