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LEADERS: Beka27 BinkyBunny Elrohwen KokaneeandKahlua LittlePuffyTail Peppypoo RabbitPam Sarita
View from outside
They have a wall of litter boxes until they decide they don't need to fight over the walls
And this is as neat as it will ever be while they are living in it. lol
Old bunny condo with three.
New bunny area with 4!
I finally have pictures of my bunny room. BB: If these pictures aren't the right size I can e-mail some to you.
When you walk into the door this is what you see. It is a 10x2 "raised cage area" but they can never be closed into it. I had to have these raised cage areas because of a knee problem I have that makes me not be able to bend down easily.
Then this is what you see when you turn around. Pretty much just a mirror closet and a ladder. The ladder goes up into my room.
In this section of the raised cage is their hay, litter boxes, and water dishes. I have a wire mesh in front of the window to stop them from chewing it. The front NIC wall can un-clip and fold down for easy cleaning.
Underneath I have my rabbit storage with my mini fridge in the middle.
This section has the ramp and memory foam mats with towels on top to help with their soar hocks. This is also where they like to sleep.
Their ramp goes down into a dog crate that holds up the cage area. They can also enter the cage by hopping on the drawer (on the right) and then onto their cage.