Some Bunny Tips 1: Bunny Environment
- Bunnies should preferably be free-range. You don’t need to give them run of the whole house, but a designated bunny-proof room would be best. If that’s not possible, a bunny’s cage or pen should be big enough for him/her to run and jump around in freely (the bunny should be able to hop three times his body length in either direction).
- Some people construct their own C&C cages for their bunnies. Play-pens are usually the best solution.
- Pet store cages are too small and very expensive. I have never once come across a pet store cage that was big enough for a bunny (also, keep in mind that if you get a baby rabbit, it is usually hard to predict how big he or she will be as an adult).
- Bunnies should be housed indoors. They are very sensitive to the outside temperature and weather. They can also fall prey to other animals if housed outside.