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Home Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Caged bun vs chaotic bun?? RE: Caged bun vs chaotic bun??


Boston's Mama
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I’m not in a situation I can have my bunny free either – so I have a large cage ( for my tiny boy 120cm x 60cm x 60cm with a play pen off it)
That way he has about 2.5 metres x 1.2metres to play in
You definetly cannot leave your bunny in a car
That is not fair – safe- nor should it even be thought of as a option
There are plenty of other options play pens around the areas she isn’t allowed , removing the beds from that room to another – or a cage suitable size that gives her somewhere safe to be when unsupervised