I have an outdoor neutered loop mix Toste, that moved into his own hutch this month. Before he shared a cage with my french loop doe but they couldn’t bond because of Lilja . So I might try bonding him with my other buck when it get warmer outside. His hutch is quite small, he have the smallest cage of all my rabbits ( length: 4,2 ft. Wide: 2,2 ft. Height: 3,6 ft.). Most of the day he get access to a pen that’s attached to the cage. But the pen is also attached to my does cage so I have to shift between them. The doe live in a hutch that are (length: 8,9 ft. Wide: 3,8 ft. Height: 5,7 ft.) When my doe have access to the pen, Lilja will run around a little and dig but she spend almost all her time sleeping, if she’s not eating or getting petted. She love sleeping under the small plastic table and most of the time if she can choice, she will sleep in the pen instead of her hutch. The one I’m concerned over is Toste because he can only jump 3 times in his cage and can’t really play in it. During the night all my rabbits get closed into their cages. Because it’s common for foxes moving around in my area, just last summer some people had a fox walk into their house. Will Toste live comfortably having access to the pen most of the day around 10 hours while my doe Lilja only get 2-4 hours access to the pen. Or is there a better way to make it comfortable for my outdoor rabbits?