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sarahthegemini
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That cage sounds absolutely tiny for two full grown rabbits! And only an hour to 5 hours out of cage time a day, that means that they are in their cage for 19 to 23 hours a day. No wonder one of them is trying to dig out. Rabbits like digging anyway but I think it is pretty clear that the reason for this is lack of freedom. Is there any way you could bunny proof a room for them to roam in?