Originally Posted by petsforsnuggles
I know how to litter train thank you very much.
Having her have access to an exercise pen 24/7 is just not going to happen now. We have cats and a dog in the house too. Her cage is plenty big for her. Giving her more than enough room to lay down and run around.
I know you all have your ways of doing things, but I hope that you can understand that there are other ways to raise rabbits.
There is always time to learn new and better ways to care for rabbits. This forum is intended to share ideas and offer advice to better the lives of our rabbits.
Please understand that our observations are made in the spirit of being helpful.
The House Rabbit Society is considered the standard for the care of pet
rabbits. They would agree that your cage is not "plenty big." They state: "One guideline to go by is at least 8 square feet of enclosure space combined with at least at least 24 square feet
of exercise space, for 1-2 rabbits, in which the rabbit(s) can run and play at least 5 hours per day."
I was an adult when I got my first rabbit. That was over 25 years ago. At that time I had what I thought was a huge cage. I was mistaken. Since then, the rabbit world has seen a large increase in knowledge about rabbit care. I am still learning about the care of rabbits even after all these years. This forum has been instrumental to that end.
Hopefully we can all share and learn for the sake of our bunnies.