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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HABITATS AND TOYS > too small or too much attention
Last Post by Lillydahungrybunny at 7/25/2012 9:55 AM (4 Replies)
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User is Offline Lillydahungrybunny
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7/23/2012 9:59 PM

aaah can someone please help me?!?!?!?! im getting a new room and i was really excited but now im thinking giving lilly a small portion of it because i love how free and happy she looks in her x-pen when i take her outside for playtime. omg i trailed off so yeah and i wanna give her a space thats 5 1/2' long and maby 2' wide so im gonna build her a condo made out of nic grids that are 2 grids long and 1 grid wide. but the problem is that im only 4' 5'' and i can't decide if i should make each level 1 grid tall or 2. and i can't decide if i should make it 2 levels tall or 3 . also do u guys think that thats too much of a small space for her???? well at least i know that it will be better than her little cage that she lives in now  oh yea and do you think shell mind me looking down on her every once in a while bc sometimes she likes her privacy and sometimes she doesnt =/


User is Offline RabbitPam
South Florida
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7/24/2012 8:20 AM
Hi, first privacy is not problem. You can get her a hidey hole out of a cardboard box or upside down wicker basket or buy one from the store, so she has a private little cave to go into.

I would extend the nic cubes from 2' to 4' wide if you have the room to do that. ie 2 grids wide. The height should be something she can't, or won't, jump over.

Have you considered an xpen? I love mine, and it can be shaped to be long and narrow, square, or even octagonal. It is hinged all over with a door opening, so I just step inside to clean and move things. (I'm only 5'2"). You can get them in different heights also.
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User is Offline Lillydahungrybunny
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7/24/2012 8:29 AM

i would consider using the x-pen but the thing is that i have to use that in my front and back yard for playtime otherwise she'll go under the car or escape to the neighbors yard through the side yard btw does anyone like my new pic i just took it like 2 minutes ago


User is Offline FrankieFlash
Michigan
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7/24/2012 9:18 AM
How about something like this size?

*edit: I should tell you that this is Bunjamin house. He only is in it at night, when we're both gone, or when he chooses to sleep in it like the picture. This wouldn't be enough space for 24 hours a day.

Or if she's not a carpet/blanket chewer throw a rug or blanket on bottom and make an x-pen out of nic cubes. It can be done. And it would still be easy to move around to fit the space. And those green clips are great for fastening the door. And they're like 80 cents at Home Depot.


User is Offline Lillydahungrybunny
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7/25/2012 9:55 AM

omg that is perfect thanh you so much for the pic can you tell me how many grids it took and wheres the cheapest place to buy grids? im kinda new at this bunny stuff so i don't now much about good cages after all my first cage was from a pet store. and you wont believe how much of a tight budget im on

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