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Sha143

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My husband builds awsome outdoor pens. I really have gotten some great ideas from the group, for indoor pens. Thanks
 

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74F17F47-856F-4DF6-97C1-77ADA8C82893.jpeg F384F1F4-B07E-4985-8FCC-3393190F77B8.jpeg 772CD859-9ADC-4BE1-86D7-E08E2F2669A8.jpeg 41F04A79-94F6-47F7-9FCA-B98EE22F0CF4.jpeg This is my little guy, Wookiee’s cage! It’s build using wire that we cut into large strips and zip wired together under our double bed. He would spend all his time under here when we had a shop bought cage for him (that was always open) so we decided to give him more room and make it safer for him:) his doors almost always open for him to free range the flat but now he has a safe place for him to be in when we’re not in during the day (we’re renting and he damages the walls if we’re not there to stop him)! He loves it! (Also sorry for the needs cleaning out tomorrow)
 

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This is Perkins in his 4' x 4' condo in our bedroom...we have since added zip ties around all his roof connectors. The roof is hinged down the middle (more zip ties) so the right side can fold back for access to the manger/litter box and food, and the walls are an x-pen. The floor is plastic-backed canvas drop cloth with .5" foam mat underneath for padding and a layer of pee pads under that (he has never had an accident yet and the drop cloth is leak proof, but you can't be too careful on carpet!).
 

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This is my first post so I thought this thread would be a good place to start!

My two rabbits live in an x-pen style cage. We have put down some of the jigsaw flooring (which just happens to have a grass pattern!) and on top of that some mats to help stop them slipping (ideally i would replace them as they like to dig at them however I can't get any right now). We have also left some of the laminate flooring for them because they like to lie down on it. They have an old guinea pig cage base as their litter tray (although my former piggies didn't live in it for long) a house and lots of toys (some which they never touch!).

They also now have access to a huge 4m x 2m walk in run in the garden too during the day. I have never seen them binky so much!
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View attachment 44914 View attachment 44913 Xpen-80x80 panels . Lino underneath to protect oak floor and mats to give bunnies grip out of litter tray. They now free roam this room 24/7 although we’ve yet to bunny proof the rest of the house.
Can't your rabbit jump out of it from the top of the house? My xpen is arriving soon and i am worried that one day coming from work i will find my bun inside of the mattress of my bed or something😁
 

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How my small bedroom is set up for the bunnies. Odin spend time in the cage when he do not have access to the house and night time. While he can be out in the bedroom while supervised otherwise my bed will be ruined by him. I don’t trust him to be in the bedroom without me.

Under the bed there’s a cat tunnel which the bunnies love running in and out from and I often trip over it during the night, when one of the bunnies have moved the tunnel. I also have a travel cage opened in one corner where the bunnies like to go into.

The kitchen don’t have much only a small house, bowls, litter box, a few chew toys and a rubber rug. Sometimes there will be a cat tunnel set up in the kitchen 🤣
 

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This is Lacey. I got her in August when I was trying to save a wild rabbit rescue. Unfortunately, the baby passed which was terrible but Lacey is a sweety. At first, we would put a smaller cage on our bed and let her run and play on there but after a couple of months she learned how to get off of the bed (and she hates getting picked up) so I made her a bunny condo out of a NIC cube set I bought off Amazon. It has stick-on vinyl tiles on the bottom and stick-on carpet tiles on the upper levels. I used a staple gun with the carpet squares to attach to the underside.

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Absolutely lovely!
 

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