Those greens were for her thanksgiving dinner lolI think you are the same person that I responded to on another post you made about a sad rabbit? But just in case, yeah, the cage is too small. Plus, the bun needs hay. Lots of hay. It doesn't need that many greens. A few leaves a day or less is fine. The bun is more likely to play with toys when it is out an about. If that is the only cage you can afford, you might want to give your bun lots and lots and lots of free play time. Especially at dawn and dusk. Good luck.
The bare minimum size of a cage should allow for a rabbit to stretch out fully a minimum of 3x over. The shorter side of the cage in the photo you attached won't allow for one stretch. The long side isn't quite long enough for 2 stretches. You can check this thread for a word about cage sizing and a bunch of examples as well.
The yellow tunnel is so cute where did you get itSince you asked (and I’m so happy you did!) the cage is definitely too small and I agree with the need for much more hay. My basic set up stays the same, but I move things around inside the 7’ x 4’ bunny kingdom to keep them entertained. (NOTE: The television for my buns was a joke... everybody else’s kids have televisions so I thought mine should have one, too...if only for a single Facebook post!) They are free roam throughout the day in the house and at night free roam in my room with me. The only time they are shut in their kingdom is when I am not home. View attachment 44234View attachment 44235View attachment 44236View attachment 44237
Thank you! I actually just bought another one last week...they are fabulous! I get mine from Amazon...they zip apart if you want three pieces. Here is the link to the one I have:The yellow tunnel is so cute where did you get it