Mine is ALMOST full, but yours is worse than mine! Anyway, here's what I was about to PM you. Other input is welcomed, since this isn't really a PM now! Just thought I'd pass along some accumulated wisdom about rabbit training, which is entirely doable. Take what you think might help you, and leave the rest. 1) Rabbits will generally select a corner of their cage as a toilet. That's where the litter box goes. Do not attempt to argue with the rabbit's choice in this matter. 2) The rabbit's cage is his palace (females are significantly worse). Once he trusts and respects you, he'll be a lot less likely to nip, but be patient. Rabbits are naturally suspicious prey animals, and trust comes slowly. 3) In the meantime, interact with him outside his cage. Let him out for "run time" and sit on the floor. You don't need to pay nonstop attention to him; you can just read a magazine (or, more likely, do some work you've brought home :nono: ). He'll seek out your company when he's ready. If you can give him 15-20 minutes a day, you'll have a devoted pet. 4) Organic baby carrots are bunny candy, and they can be trained to do virtually anything for the promise of one. If you give him one for returning to his cage when "out time" is over, you will NEVER have a problem with that. If you give him one during "out time," you'll never get him off your lap. Most of all, you kind of have to accept who he is, whoever that happens to be. Rabbits have more individual personality than any other animal I've ever worked with (human included ) and their personality is pretty much immutable. Fortunately, despite the variety, they're all good! Enjoy your new guy!