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Home Forums HABITATS AND TOYS Help creating a habitat using wire storage cubes

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    I plan on updating my buns habitat and really want to offer them more room by using storage cubes. My concern is hay and poops migrating outside of the enclosure. I’ve got two small kids and need to keep the floors around the enclosures clean. I plan to transition to covered litter boxes in hopes that it will contain more the poop and hay.

    My questions are:

    How messy do you think this setup would be if I only have time to clean it twice a week?

    Is it possible to transition to a litter box with a closed lid and ditch hay racks?

    Will my strong rabbit be able to push the enclosure and somehow escape?

     

    Thanks!


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