Say “NO” to pet store cages and “YES” to creating your own!
Despite what the pet trade industry portrays, rabbits are not pets to be locked up in cages. Pet store rabbit cages are too small even for the smallest of rabbits. By the time you set up a litter box and bowls for food and water, there isn’t any room for them to move around freely. We suggest using dog exercise pens, extra large dog crate, or building a bunny condo. All are very roomy and can be set up in different shapes. You can line the bottom of the cage with coroplast for easy cleaning (found at Home Depot or any sign store). The ultimate goal for every house bunny is to leave the cage open and allow them free roam. With the cage door open they can go back to their cage when they want to eat, use litter box or just want some quiet time. Here are examples of some cages we suggest…
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