Hi Everyone! We recently moved and were fortunate enough to have found a place in our budget that allowed more space for our bunnies and I'm trying to figure out where to situate our them. Our buns have never been in cages, but full time free roaming is not an option due to other pets in the house. When we moved in I put the buns in an empty room with all their toys, litter boxes, hidey houses etc so that they would be out of the way and not freaked out with movers coming and going, boxes being unpacked etc. The room is 90 square feet, and was originally thought to be the guest room as we have lots of out of town family that visits. The room is downstairs and we don't spend much time there as it's just the laundry room and a bathroom on that floor. I would like to bring them up to the living room because I feel they are so isolated down there and I don't interact nearly as much with them if I don't see them all at the time. I have found an acrylic (clear) pen that fits beautifully in our living room in a built out window area that would provide them with 24 square feet of living space. As they would be upstairs with the family they would also have opportunities to free roam in the living room and kitchen area which is massive, and get a lot more human interaction and attention. Plus I like being able to see them and feel I'd be able to spot if someone is behaving unusually much quicker than when they are behind a closed door. I don't know if 24 sqf is sufficient to live in? Any thoughts / opinions? To give you an idea the space is 48" x 72" the buns are pretty small, both around 2.5 lbs In your opinion would it be better to keep them in a larger space all the time behind a closed door, or bring them up to the living room with more social interaction and opportunity to roam a much larger area but have their 'full time' space be smaller. Realistically they would not free roam more than an hour per day on week days, and 4-6 hours per day on weekends. I have also noticed that since having their own bedroom they don't explore or binky nearly as much as when they are in a space that isn't theirs. So they don't have much activity even though they are in a large space, they just kind of lounge. As soon as they get to leave the room they get excited and binky etc. which I love to see and would have more opportunity to do if they were upstairs. Thanks! Hope you are all having a great weekend!