Is my room too small?

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Joynoel

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I have a Holland lop and I’m wondering if my room is too small for him. I just moved and my roommate has a cat so I don’t let him out the room as much. He’s chewed areas of my carpet and I’ve blocked those areas off now but I’m worried that it’s only made my small room smaller. I’ve began looking to re home him because I’m worried my room is too small for him and that he isn’t entertained as much. Now that I’m in the process of finding him a new home I’m realizing how much I’ll miss him so is my room really too small? I’d love to keep him if possible but I also just want what’s best for him.
 

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Looks like he has plenty of room there to roam and binky. The area (minus the bed space) appears to easily be 50 sq ft-- which is just fine.

If you like, you can occasionally add in some items for him to explore... cardboard tunnels or boxes, etc.
 

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Room is not too small at all. Larger than the space I keep mine in, and mine are perfectly happy
A lot of rabbit channels and "info" sources try to shame people for keeping rabbits in anything less than a dedicated mansion. I think they just do that because it makes them feel better about themselves if they make rabbit keeping out to be harder than it really is.
 

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Looks like he has plenty of room there to roam and binky. The area (minus the bed space) appears to easily be 50 sq ft-- which is just fine.

If you like, you can occasionally add in some items for him to explore... cardboard tunnels or boxes, etc.
Thank you, that’s a big relief :)
 

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Room is not too small at all. Larger than the space I keep mine in, and mine are perfectly happy
A lot of rabbit channels and "info" sources try to shame people for keeping rabbits in anything less than a dedicated mansion. I think they just do that because it makes them feel better about themselves if they make rabbit keeping out to be harder than it really is.
Yeah I feel like I see people with whole rooms or even multiple rooms that they dedicate to their rabbits & I get so worried about it. I feel much better though. Thank you!
 

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It looks good to me! To be honest, that would be a bunny mansion for my boy 🙈
This is my room in comparison lol, and though he has the option to explore, he spends a majority of his time in my little box room. He is able to go in every part of the room though, including under the bed :)
 

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It looks good to me! To be honest, that would be a bunny mansion for my boy 🙈
This is my room in comparison lol, and though he has the option to explore, he spends a majority of his time in my little box room. He is able to go in every part of the room though, including under the bed :)
Thank you! Yeah I had let him under the bed until recently. He would pull out the carpet there and it was hard to get him out when he did. I’ll probably get him a little hideout so he has somewhere dark to be. I suspect that’s why he liked under the bed so much.
 

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