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Old 01-01-2017, 10:25 PM   #1
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Default 2017 Cages You've Made

Each year we start a new thread to show off our rabbit cages. Not only is it fun to see everyone's cages, it is also useful for new bunny owners.

Whether you've made a cage out of cube grids, exercise pen, xl dog crate, old furniture or any combination, we'd love to see it!

As always, let's avoid discussion as much as possible.

We want this thread to be full of photos! .

So let's see your cages!!!!


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Here are a couple photos of my temporary setup for bonding. Two side by side near identical enclosures about 2-3 inches apart. I use an x pen for extra protection when one or the other bunny is having their out time, so that they can't get to each other through the grids. I sincerely hope this is just a temporary thing because it takes up a bit of space- 8 feet long by 2.5 feet wide.


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Old 01-02-2017, 06:37 PM   #3
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So far this is my hunny girls cage. Still needing improvements
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I bought Andy a dog play pen (it's nice, I can use it for indoor and outdoor use) he also has a dog crate attached to the playpen. I keep him in his dog crate at night. Still not sure if Andy can jump over the playpen, he hasn't gotten out yet so that's good
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Old 01-02-2017, 11:57 PM   #5
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Just an x-pen for now.
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Old 01-04-2017, 06:13 AM   #6
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Two tiny fluffballs have taken over my room. I blocked off about 1/3 of it to contain my bed (which they would pee all over if given the chance) and everything I care about. The rest is free for hopping/destroying. There's a baby gate in the doorway and their cage is never closed. Unfortunately they spend most of their time inside (or on the shelf underneath) of it anyways because they've gotten super lazy with age. I am away at college most months now so my mom hangs out with them and cares for them. This setups was easier for her to clean and maintain than the condo they had previously.
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This isn't a permanent cage. It was used for a couple weeks while we were on vacation at a cabin.

Also.... bumping this thread. Please add more photos for the benefit of others visiting this site.
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Well here is my current setup for Cali. I incorporated that weird "wet bar" cabinet. Blocked off the water lines in there so she can't get at them but still has a little cave to hide in. One issue though is that I want to put something soft in there for her to lie on but she likes to dig and destroy. I tried a memory foam bath mat but she killed it. I don't want her eating pieces of that either. So any suggestions are welcome.
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Well here is my current setup for Cali. I incorporated that weird "wet bar" cabinet. Blocked off the water lines in there so she can't get at them but still has a little cave to hide in. One issue though is that I want to put something soft in there for her to lie on but she likes to dig and destroy. I tried a memory foam bath mat but she killed it. I don't want her eating pieces of that either. So any suggestions are welcome.


Maybe get rid of the bottom cc cubes and put a big rug down. I bought a nonslip one from target that was pretty cheap.
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The picture is sideways I don't know why. The floor of her enclosure is a utility mat from a hardware store, and it's hard. She used to have a cushier one but started chewing it. What I am looking for is a smallish mat that she can sleep on, but can chew if she feels like it. Something made of grass or the like. The ones they sell in the pet store are too small. And of course a lot of stuff is treated with god knows what. So I'm kind of stumped.

Sorry I know this is not a discussion thread. Will start a new one..


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