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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A bunny home

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    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      my bunnys  living in a small room.. its like 3 times the bunnys length in all directions and its only putin here at night but  i was wondering it this is okay for the bunny  i have a big bunny 

      in the room i have his kitty tray and a cat box which he has been sleeping in from i got him


    • LillyBear
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      The general rule is that a cage/room should be at least 4x bigger than the bunny..

      Of course I am not sure how your room is, so I will like to wait for others opinions!

      But as a side note, how big is your bunny?? I LOVE big bunnies.. i want one soo bad!


    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      UMM  i am not really sure how big he is lol  the room hes in is like 4 times the adverage bunny house i have seen lol and he only spends the night time in it when hes in it he likes to sit on top of his cat box lol

       

       

      this is him at 11 weeks hes about 4 months old now

       

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEuFdgRDNRE

       

      if u click my name theirs more ill upload some of him in his room


    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      just to mek it cleaner his room is 4x his body when hes lieing down fully stretched out

      check this out to see it

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcXrlcm-fSQ

       

      this isnt a perminant arrangement the person mekin him a pen had a acident and was delayed =(


    • LillyBear
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      i think it will be fine then it does seem to be big enough for him, and with all the binkys he must like it!.. especially since you only keep him in there at night! and yes that is bigger than lots of buns get for their whole lives poor bunnies!!.. but omg i watched the videos.. domino is adorable!!!!!!!


    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      lol yea he is if you watch the videos of him at 81/2 weeks  he has a really flopppy ear now it doesnt flop over as much lol only when he wants it to


    • Gravehearted
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      hmm, I thought I responded last night to this? oo well…

      if it’s just for sleeping it should be fine. As long as he’s getting lots of out time to play and stretch his legs. Also make sure to have water and hay / food available to him when he’s in there too.


    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      he has a dog bowl for his water and a smaller one for his pellets then a wire rack full of hay


    • lilmizzsnickerz
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      oo maby i double posted it grave hearted

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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A bunny home