During winter season, we bring our bunny inside the house. Somebody suggested that bunnies can be house-trained so we gave it a try. We bought a litter, put it in an empty cardboard box and we showed him where to go when he needs to do his business. After a couple of days of doing that, he learned it and now he is fully house-trained.
He still go in his cage though during night time to sleep because we don't him running around the house while we sleep. Anyhow, I gave him a bath last week which he did not mind at first. Drying his fur bothered him, he spent the whole day trying to fluff them back up. I also helped him by blowing the hair dryer but the sound bothered him.
Having a bunny is great. They are easy to take care of. The kids love to play with him. They even include them when they are studying.
It's been 4 years since we have Wubzy. We got him at a Tractor supply that sells bunnies. A year after that, we got him a girlfriend, Matilda. She died a year after that. It's weird to note that when Matilda died, Wubzy's grief was so intense that he tried to attack us a couple of times. He did not have anything to do with us for a couple of days but then he came around and we made up. I know that dogs grieves when somebody in the family dies but I did not know that rabbits do that as well. Here is a short video that my daughter recorded when he was eating cereal, he begs us for cereal every time we are in the kitchen.