Hey there! I'm new here, so firstly I apologize if I'm doing something wrong. First of all, I'm sixteen years old and I just moved in with my mom and my step-dad. They have a variety of pets which are relatively well cared for, except for this rabbit. They got her when she was nine months old, and when they brought her home she was traumatized. They haven't been able to pick her up (despite trying, allegedly) and it's been one and a half years. Now this poor rabbit sits in a cage in the laundry room and is virtually never let out. She is rather large for a dwarf rabbit (I suspect due to lack of exercise) and as much as I hate to admit it, I do believe she is being cruelly treated and I yearn to rectify this situation! I am home all day long (having moved mid school-year, I do online courses and correspondence courses) and I was wondering if it is at all possible for me to tame this poor rabbit and get her used to being handled. I want honest answers here. She hasn't been handled since she was nine months old. Her claws have not been cut for a VERY long time and thus are rather long, but I'm not afraid to get scratched, bruised, and hurt a bit in this process. I just want to know if trying to pick her up and tame her is an attainable goal or if I'm attempting the impossible here. And if it's attainable, how do I start and go about doing this? The reason they don't let her out of the cage is there is not enough room (they have an incredibly spoiled dog that has pretty much claimed the house as his territory) and they're afraid she won't get back in her cage when let out and they can't just simply pick her up. My room, in the next couple of months, is going to be rennovated and expanded, and I intend to rabbit proof it (My mom told me the reason she is not upstairs right now is because the 'cage is too hard to clean up there'). I also intend on purchasing wire fencing to give her a play area so she can run around as she pleases. Is it too late to litter train her? I really want to tame her and get her used to being handled. I can tell she is not happy right now and it pains me to see an animal so miserable. If you believe that taming her at her age (over two years old) is an impossible endeavor, should I contact the SPCA or..? I'm incredibly sorry if this post is unorganised and difficult to read, but I truly appreciate any help that you have to offer. I want to help this poor rabbit in the best way I possibly can and give her the happiness she deserves. Thank you in advance!