I raise rabbits, they live out in the garage(not used as a garage, just a rabbit shed). Recently I decided to get rid of my guinea pigs, I had only just bought them a big cage offline, I gave away the guinea pigs and then had this big cage just sitting there. So I decided to bring a bunny in. Oh she is so much fun to have in the house. She loves to play, will come to the door for pets and amuses us chasing her toys around the cage and ringing the bell (shaped like a guinea pig, came with one of my old guinea pig cages). Problem being. The bottom of the cage is canvas. (Stupid idea if you ask me). The guinea pigs would chew the sides and we ended up putting the panels from their old cages on the inside of the canvas so that they couldn't get to it as easily. I have caught the bunny trying to get to it a couple times, but tonight............... She chewed a hole in the bottom of the canvas!!! Its as tiny hole and I don't think its big enough for bedding/pee etc to fall out. But I need to keep her from continuing to do this. Or I am going to have a really nice, short exercise pen instead of a cage. I have been trying to come up with ideas to use as the bottom of the cage. If I was having any luck litter training her I would just remove the canvas and put in tile or something similar with fleece over it. However, unlike my outdoor bunnies she doesn't seem that into picking a corner. Her main poop area is almost exactly in the middle of the pen, and though I may try adding a litter box to see if she will mainly go in it. I think it more likely she will flip the box. This is a link to the cage, it shows multiple pictures of it and of how the canvas attaches. I guess I thought it would be harder for them to chew though. http://www.amazon.com/Midwest-Homes...0DPY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1325389750&sr=8-1 Any ideas would be great! She gets 18% rabbit pellets (3/4cup a day, but usually has extra leftover) free choice grass hay, a salt lick, two or three chew sticks, a "tunnel of Hay" (what it was called at the petstore) as well as random paper my husband forgets about and sets on top of her cage (the guinea pigs couldn't reach it, she can and will) she also gets a carrot or piece of celery (whichever we have on hand) about twice a week, I can usually distract her from the canvas for a few days by distracting her with a new toy. Her favorite toy right now is a big plastic Christmas ball, that they gave me at work. Its the size of a large apple and she loves to pick it up by the holder and throw it around her cage. Thanks in advance. House training tips would be great too!