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rachaeeelanneee

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Here's my new c&c cage, not much in it yet but that's okay because I haven't got the bun yet haha, breeder says he's so well litter trained they don't use bedding so Im using fleece


It looks great! But I hope you're going to cover the top, otherwise your bun can and will probably escape.
 

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Here's my new c&c cage, not much in it yet but that's okay because I haven't got the bun yet haha, breeder says he's so well litter trained they don't use bedding so Im using fleece

Is this raised up from the floor?
 

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It's not really fair, I know... I'm such a farm girl ��

Made these WITHOUT ADULTS (power tools were meant for 15 year old girls). Designed them on the computer, calculated the amount of wood and wire needed, and built them. Very proud (haha).

Are these your bunnies' permanent cages or just for giving them some outside air?
 

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Oops. I got timed out when trying to add my photo as an edit to the above post.

Here is photo of a cage we used while on vacation at a cabin for several weeks:

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My c & c cage is unfinished. It's a 3 ft 6in by 5 ft 10in, (if you're wondering that's 3 grids by 5 grids) tomorrow I will be adding a second level. I'm happy with the way it's coming out. If you see the dog cage all the way to the right in the picture you can see how much bigger his cage is now!!

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This is Chestnut's new cage that I actually put together yesterday! It's 2 grids wide and 3 grids long. She definitely loves it and even though it was really hard to make it was well worth it :) I definitely see a difference in how a rabbit acts in a real rabbit home compared to the pet store cages!

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I finally get to post in this thread :D

Bandit's new condo, before and after bunny installation :p You can read more about the construction process in our blog thread :) Five grids long, two deep and three high with two levels and two access doors. Vinyl floors on plywood. We both love it.

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I finally get to post here!

This is Dexter's outdoor enclosure he stays in during the day, and he comes in at night. Also, when the weather starts to take a turn for the worst, he will be inside also!

But here it is! All completely homemade!

It is 4'+ long, and about 2' tall, minus the legs.

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This is the cage my father and I built. They love it! Does anyone have suggestions for the corners of the wood though? They are starting to chew it and once my Casper starts.. he just keeps going. lol

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I made these cages from scratch. For instructions, go here.
 

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So, the one photo is a very obvious 'before' photo, before I added all the extras.

He loves his tunnel, and I added a cardboard tunnel after Christmas(he likes to play in it) and various other small things for toys and enrichment. Yes, there is a small cat post in there with a toy that hangs with a bell inside of it. He loves to brush up against it and play with it. He's not a chewer, at all either.

The enclosure is made from a North States Superyard that I originally bought to keep my son(17 months old) away from my Christmas tree. Decided it's perfect use would be for a bunny cage. Crush loves his new digs, though it took him a little bit to adjust as he's now blind(cataracts - he's old).

I'm fairly happy with it. And none of my pets bother with him(two dogs, a cat and three snakes). My dogs are never upstairs unsupervised, and my cat just doesn't care and the snakes are obviously locked up and away from him. My son can't tear it down or bang on it and harass him much at all, and he has plenty of space to roam now when he's not loose in my bedroom(the one safe place for him to get free roam time).

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