Rabbit Cages for Sale?

What is the best size cage for a rabbit?

As usual, bigger is better. If your bunny will spend most of its time in a cage, then get the biggest cage that is practical in the home. As a general rule, the cage should be at least four times the size of the rabbit. A guide is 24″ by 36″ for smaller rabbits (less than 8 lbs.) or 30″ by 36″ for larger rabbits.

How big of a cage do you need for 2 bunnies?

‚ÄčAccording to the House Rabbit Society, “one guideline to go by is at least 8 square feet of enclosure space combined with at least at least 24 square feet of exercise space, for 1-2 rabbits, in which the rabbit(s) can run and play at least 5 hours per day.” ‚ÄčIn sum, the cage should be at least five times his size when …

Do rabbits like big cages?

When deciding where your bunnies will live, it’s best to go for something that will still suit their needs when they have reached full size. One to two medium sized rabbits will need a cage/hutch space of at least 12 square feet, combined with a run of at least 27 square feet.

How much is a bunny rabbit cage?

Indoor cages vary in design quite a bit but you can expect to spend $50-$100 on a nice rabbit cage. If you are able to have a rabbit-proofed room for your bunny you can get away with a smaller cage and allow your rabbit to stretch out and run around in the safe room.

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