Rabbits also have some, uh, interesting toileting habits. For one, rabbit urine can be seriously pungent, so litter boxes or bedding need to be changed frequently—especially indoors. Bunnies are lagomorphs, meaning these animals have a little pouch in their intestines that produce cecotropes, a special kind of dropping that rabbits eat. (We know!) These cecotropes aren’t technically poop though—they provide important nutrients and bacteria that keep your pet healthy. This all means that an easy-cleaning hutch is a necessity. If you aren’t keen to old-school muck out the hutch, look for one with a removable, scrubbable tray below the floor.