WOW!! super jealous over here! That is one lucky bunny.
I love your flooring. Was thinking of doing the same will they try to eat it? I am new to pet bunny hope his living area is ok. The cage stays open an connected to fence. Cage has water an liter box soft sheet to lay on. Food dish outside is for morning pellets an afternoon greens. Box has a bed inside with tee shirt to hide in. I hold cuddle him over an hour every night. I have a screen in porch he can run an binky several times a week. He just was neutered a week ago weighs 3.2 pounds at 4 months old. Am I doing right? I never new bunnies can be so loving. He even plays with my little dog but only highly suppervised. I am on line every day utube etc. Learning. Im retired ... Thanks for reading lol. LindaMy rabbitry revamped and empty after our Christmas Eve tragedy. Looking for more angoras to fill the space.
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My indoor cage it’s just a normal rabbit cage which you buy from a pet shop. I’m not that creative and it only cost me 50$. The only cage that exist indoor, only being used for night time. Rest of the day the house is free access.
A few toys, a heating pad, hiding house and a litter box.
Rabbit corner in the kitchen:
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I have those same tiles and my buns have never tried to eat them. Just make sure the edges are out of their chewing range.Do your bunnies eat the mat? I want to upgrade to an all pink foam mat floor for Bells but I'm worried she may eat it. Do you have any problems with that?