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Azerane
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Oh how cute! That is a great inspiration

Aviary wire is just like the wire mesh in the picture, except usually with smaller squares for smaller birds. But anything like that would work, I’m not sure what hardware cloth is. When you say poultry wire I think of what we call chicken mesh like this here: (google image search) http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00PMEaTUOsJCuv/Hex-Mesh-Hexagonal-Wire-Mesh.jpg which is usually not sturdy enough for bunnies and I have heard of some bunnies even chewing it open! However any other sort of sturdy wire mesh would be fine as long as the holes aren’t big enough for him to get his head stuck in. You could also do a couple of perspex windows on the front if you wanted an unobstructed view