She is tiny and terribly cute, but has absolutely no regard for the rules of the household.
You see, Philomena the rabbit likes to poop everywhere except her litterbox.
I am not sure why she does it, but I am beginning to think it is a deliberate decision to be obstinate.
A way to fight the man.
She poops in her house, on her floor, in her bed, around the perimeter of her playpen, and everywhere else she can.
...Except for her litterbox.
The litterbox always stays impeccably clean.
I do not understand what force drives her to relieve herself in every possible place except the one spot she is supposed to utilize as her bathroom. If Rabbits poop to mark their territory, does this mean that she has rejected her litterbox as the one thing in the entire house she does not wish to own? Does she she it as disagreeable? A symbol of the iron fisted tyrant who does not let her chew up electrical cords?
Perhaps she simply prefers to poop everywhere else as some sort of game, and enjoys the thought of the humans having to pick up the tiny poops she leaves under their beds.
I actually admire her in a way. She, a very small rabbit, openly and unabashedly refuses to comply with what is expected of her, and doesn't give one single heck if anyone likes it or not.
It is quite punk rock if you think about it.
Fight the man, Philomena. Fight the man.