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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > Do you have a Bunny Condo???
Last Post by Beka27 at 5/03/2013 4:08 PM (52 Replies)
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User is Offline tanlover14
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7/11/2012 6:40 AM
OMG. So many people have soooo many HUGE ones -- BullRider, 3!?!?!?! Holy crap! Spoiled little rascals! How many buns do you have? Are they all separated and just a few bonded?? Sorry for all the questions! We just bonded our little guys -- for the sake of not having three cages to clean and built them the condo so they'd have more room being in one cage together.

Jenna, Chubs, & Comet --- I bet they would still love it! Our buns LOVE the levels since they didn't have that many different areas to jump through around our house. You could even build them a condo but have them free-roam still, give them a little place to call their own! But interesting enough -- our buns wouldn't even come out of it for like the first two days even though they've always loved their playtime outside their cages. It was funny. Like they thought if they left they wouldn't be able to go back in or something. hahaha.
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User is Offline Stitchntwinks
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8/25/2012 9:44 AM
Can I just ask what people are using for ramps? I'm re doing our condo and can't work out what to use, sorry for bringing up and old thread!

User is Offline tanlover14
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8/29/2012 7:10 AM
We just got a piece of wood cut to size from Home Depot and then carpeted it in the indoor-outdoor carpet -- worked perfectly for us and they loved it.
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User is Offline Amys Animals
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8/29/2012 9:03 AM
Posted By Stitchntwinks on 08/25/2012 12:44 PM
Can I just ask what people are using for ramps? I'm re doing our condo and can't work out what to use, sorry for bringing up and old thread!

I used a wooden plank that my dad cut out and then some wooden slabs for the buns to grab onto when they go up and down.  I had to glue them on though.  If you have a short enough nail you may be able to use that?  Not sure.

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User is Offline britt and yeti
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8/29/2012 10:11 AM

 

MY ENTIRE livingroom is Yeti territory. his personal touch is all over it. (bits of hay.. rogue poops, lost pellets and toys)

he's only closed in his cage at bedtime and hes back out in the open by 6am SO! he's quite wild.

here are a couple of pics .

*see the top left corner.. Yeti playing hide n' dont-you-dare-sneak 

*yeti's area to go after the bigger badder things in life.  

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User is Offline RaspberryTarts
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9/07/2012 8:18 AM
I have what is probably going to be a dumb question, regarding levels, jumping, and bunny size.

I haven't owned a rabbit since I was about 14 (and I am now 31, which is depressing, but that's another story), and I'm currently in the process of stalking petfinder to find one to bring into our little family. In the meantime, I am putting together my condo (a triple level, 2x4 C&C cage) so that it's all ready to go when I finally find the right bunny.
The bun I'm currently eyeballing (and have inquired about) is a jersey wooly, which, from my understanding, is on the smaller side of the rabbit spectrum.

Now here's the Dumb Question part of my post: if I end up with an oompa loompa-sized rabbit, will it be able to easily jump the 14" to the next level of grids, or would it be better if I installed a ramp? I'm assuming it'll be able to make the jump, but thought I better ask since I'm pretty much a bunny noob at this point.
Sorry if this has been asked/posted about before. I've been reading through the forum, but haven't come across this info yet.

User is Offline britt and yeti
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9/07/2012 8:21 AM

my Yeti is a teeny tiny lionhead cross with jersey wooley and he can JUUUUUUMP. BUT! a ramp is always a good idea because jumping can be dangerous no matter what the height is. so i definitely suggest a ramp. 

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User is Offline RaspberryTarts
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9/07/2012 10:43 AM
Oh boy, I'm glad I asked.  Otherwise I would have just chucked him in there and wished him good luck and godspeed.  

Ramps it is!  Once I get the coroplast and get the rest of the cage put together, I'll post pictures.  

I've made C&C cages before for guinea pigs, so I'm no stranger to how big they can get (I used to have two 2x5s and a 2x4 in my dining room when I was fostering), but something about this multi-level cage just makes it seem SO much more massive to me.  I walked past the cage skeleton this morning on my way to the kitchen, and literally stopped to stare at it for a minute with a "" look on my face.

My husband thinks I've lost my mind.  I'm not entirely sure that he's wrong.


User is Offline britt and yeti
Edmonton, AB
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9/07/2012 11:09 AM

oh yeti cage is always getting bigger which is totally un necessary because hes totally free range but i find bun owners just cant help themselves!

you're not crazy.. there are some HUGE cages out there. after a certain point i wouldnt call them cages anymore.. more of a "wildlife enclosure"

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User is Offline *Krystal*
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9/07/2012 11:14 AM

Okay here is my bunny condo... It is split into two different small ones because i have two non bonded bunnies. On the bottom is Molly and on the top is Izzy. There a 3 levels for each rabbit.  I have a xpen that i let them out seperately in 2-3 hours a day they absolutley LOVE it!!!


User is Offline *Krystal*
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9/07/2012 11:19 AM

User is Offline Shoe Bunny
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5/03/2013 3:47 PM

Is it alright that I revive this thread? 

 

I'm so excited about my bunny condo arriving today that I just had to! I got the Petworks Bunny Abode 2-level condo. I live in Manhattan so space is a precious commodity. I originally gave them their own room in the 2nd bedroom of my apartment, but my landlord had a HUGE issue with it, so we compromised and managed to not get kicked out, lol. I think Skittles and Ginger are OK with it though! I'm still in the process of accessory shopping to make their condo super cute, and have a large x-pen for the rest of the living room on the way. Any ideas for home improvements?  


User is Offline Beka27
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5/03/2013 4:08 PM
We ask that you don't bump up threads older than a month or two. Feel free to start a new thread with your pictures and questions.

I'm going to lock this one.
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