Haha! oh wow,
You really said "get a pet that requires non-clumping litter", huh?
Step 1: I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry I love you I love you I love you
Step 2: Take the whole stink box and put it entirely in a new garbage bag.
Step 3: Flip. Litter should come out easily, but if it clings, you can use a paper towel or clorox wipe to dislodge it. I've also got rubber gloves by the cage for extra protection.
Step 4: Wipe down empty stink box with wet wipes. They'll be by the cage.
You don't have to make it pristine, just reasonable. Rabbits like having a little bit of scent leftover so they know where to pee.
Step 5: Lay down a double layer of paper towels.
Imagine you're out of the house and you just got your period, but you didn't think to bring a pad or tampon.
Or is that just me.
(Paper towel roll is on top of the cage.)
Step 6: Complete this fun look with a layer of bedding/litter about an inch to an inch 1/2 thick.
Bedding/litter is on top of the cage.
Hay is in a big box in the closet, by the Anime Bullshit Bookshelf.
Another shipment is coming Oct. 1, so you can just leave that in the living room unless you run out of what's in the closet.
If you *do* run out, there are scissors on top of the cage you can use to open the new box. Don't worry about fitting it in the closet or taking out the old box, I can take care of that when I get back. Also, don't worry if you get hay on the floor, I can vacuum when I get back.