A pet rabbit was found abandoned and was reluctantly re-homed at my house. He's healthy, has not been neutered, and lives in the laundry room.
Occasionally, he gets let out into other rooms, but leaves droppings. If not for the droppings, he'd be able to roam a little more freely around the house, but as it stands it's just too much of a mess.
We've tried picking up the droppings and putting them in the litter boxes, as well as only feeding him in or near the litter boxes, but every chance he gets when he leaves the laundry room, he leaves more droppings. These things are supposed to help discourage leaving droppings elsewhere.
Aside from neutering the rabbit, what can one do to prevent the rabbit from leaving the droppings?