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Ahh and I forgot and a little hutch connected with a pipe for a 24h walk in enclosure for the rabbits.
In the first picture attached you see the whole from the pipe on the back left.
 

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This is BunBun's hutch without his HUGE run attached. I adopted him from my local shelter and he was used to the outdoors already so he loves it out there!
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I also wanted to mention the wood itself was about 600€ / 600$/ 530£ and we build it ourselves The windows came on top and the windows were very expensive, another 200€ on top , were we actually wanted to have Plexiglas but it was way too expensive so we used other material instead. 600€ is not what most people have, and not what all bunny’s need! Most important is love and I just wanted to mention what you have to calculate with!
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That's a great one. Does he run around outside of it any? :)
 

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Brand new rabbit owner!

I have two mini lops, Ronnie and Reggie. Cute brothers 9 weeks old now.

Any comments on advice and whether the hutch and run I've built them is any good at all ?? Really concerned about the warmth for them so I have wallpapered the bedroom with a thick doubled up Curtan going around the wall, a thin foam layer on floor with lots of hay on top for heat. The outside of the hutch that you can't see has got tarpoling on the left hand side going round the back of the hutch.

Any comments would be very much appreciated. Thanks!
 

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Hi 👋,
It looks very good, the bunny certainly looks very happy!
You can also insulate very well with polystyrene but the rabbits shouldn’t get a bite of that I think.

as for the outside playpen the fence you used is not predator safe sadly, so for us in Germany for example we always need to take care of martens which will get through any fences gap bigger 3,5cm. So if you are using the outside playpen just during the day or have no marten around it should be fine.
But all together it looks very nice for a happy bunny to be able to get that much space for it.
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Here's a few pictures of is hutch, including his x-pen, which I can attach to his cage. Sorry if it's not the cleanest set-up. I plan on re-making his hutch in the spring. plus, you get a peek of my chickens in the background. As long as bullseye's happy, I'm happy though.😊
 

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My outdoor setup. I'm building aviary panels around the playhouse and castle setup so the bunnies can roam there unattended. There's also a 18'x4' run on the left side of the hutch that I'm temporarily using wire cubes to enclose. They are only allowed on this run when I'm watching them. Also going to build aviary panels to make the run more permanent. My neighbor and I are building a redwood fence to replace the current chain link so I will not be able to really complete this "rabbitat" until the new fence is built.
 

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