The cage is very pleasing on the eyes. you see less cage mesh and more of the rabbit. I find white or brightly coloured NIC cubes really stick out in a room.
The cage is very light, sturdy and cannot rust. It can be very easily carried outside or into the bathtub to be rinsed off if needed. Also, it could be brought outside as an outdoor pen. You will have to put more welded wire mesh on the bottom to prevent rabbit from digging under the cage to escape.
I used 2x4" glvanized welded wire mesh. Most adults (maybe not dwarfs) should not be able to get their heads caught in it.
3/4" aluminum tubing from Home Depot, Rona, Canadian Tire or other building centers or hardware stores.
2" corner brackets with small screws attach the tubes together into rectangles to form the frame.
The mesh is attached to these frames with plastic ties.
The lid sits on top and is hinged with pieces of wire.
The door is made of the mesh and locks with a spring and hook.
Litter box is very sanitary and can use cat litter or newspaper to cut costs.It is aRubbermaid container ($4) and has 1/2" screen bottom which sits up 3" from the bottom. The litter is underneath to catch the droppings and urine which pass through easily. No more rabbit lounging in the droppings. Kitty litter can be used since the rabbit has no way of getting to it and eating it. This way a good clumping litter can be used to scoop up the urine clumps and the litter scoop will also pick up all the droppings while leaving the litter. This way the litter will last quite a while without having to be changed. Use a dremel type tool with a cutting blade to cut the side out or use a narrow saw blade such as a hacksaw blade. Sand the edge to take out sharp burrs.
Please let me know if you need more info. or pics.