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This is my current bunny condo (I got the idea from 101rabbits/mocha200, it was just such a cool cage I couldn't pass the chance to make my own) Anyways, if you can't quite tell from the picture it is a 2x5 cage that is 4 tall. There is main bottom floor(all the floors are laminite) a half level and then a ramp leading up to the top level. (They use that little wooden house as a step)
This picture is a bit old. Currently I don't actually have the ramp set up, because the newest bunny we adopted is not yet bonded with Bugsy, the white/grey bunny (Milo passed away a while after this photo was taken) and so she lives on the top level while Bugsy lives on the bottom floor. Its not my favorite set-up, but they both get at least 3-4 hours of play time in my room everyday. Until I can get them bonded this is what I will stick with, but they have slowly been warming up to each other.
But on to my main point-
I was thinking about giving the cage a bit of an "Update", maybe moving around the levels a bit, and adding another half level etc. Any ideas??
Thanks! Yeah, that does sound like a good idea. My other idea was maybe lowering the top level down a bit (they would still have at least 2 grids of height on the bottom floor) and adding a half level above the top floor. But I also like the idea of having one above the litter box! Then I wouldn't have to go through the hassle of moving the levels around (Actually, the hassle would be for my dad....)