Ok. We recently moved to a new home with 3 sheds lined up at the bottom of the garden. The chickens live in the right shed, the cat in the middle & the rabbits are supposed to be in the last shed. But the meat rabbits have discovered that they can go under the sheds. We have tried blocking it up, but the 2 does have dug under the blockages. They are also gnawing the wood away to make gaps. These are big rabbits & one of the does is a bit nasty. The other day myself & a friend managed to catch them & get them in the shed & I kid you not that doe span on the spot the moment I put her down & raced for the door. I shut it in her face & she physically shoved the other side of the door. I put the latch on as my friend said "Oh my god, you'd think you had a bull mastiff or something in there!" because the doe was trying to force the bottom of a shed door open & actually was succeeding in pushing it about 2 1/2 inches out before the pressure forced her head back. It made a lot of noise & unbelievably she was moving the whole side of the shed by banging against the door. This went on for about 2 minutes. Its a mutt lop, brown & white & she's the biggest of the 2 does. How can I make their new shed better & more inviting for them? Currently it is just a shed, no bedding down etc just food & water. I would like to try & stop them going under the sheds & go more into their own shed. Also I noticed when they are locked in there, they are holding themselves. As in, not going the toilet. These rabbits were rehomed, so if anyone can share any light on this it would be appreciated. I did put a cardboard box with hay in it in the corner & they both were using it as a litter tray. That's gone now though, so they are just holding themselves. I'm talking about holding themselves for 12 hours. Not one poo or wee until they get let out, then they hop on the grass & start relieving themselves. Never had this with rabbits before.