SmithBuilt 48 in. Wooden Two Story Rabbit HutchMCombo 0323L Wooden Rabbit Hutch Small Animal House/Pet Cage/Chicken Coop, 40Merax Rabbit Hutch Wooden House Wooden Cage for Small Animals (Rabbit Hutch#1)
You need a large indoor bunny cage because your adorable new friend is going to grow up into a fantabulous mature pet rabbit one day soon and he (or she) will need the space to stretch his legs properly. Just take a look at the following image. Do you honestly think this bunny would be happy in one of those tiny plastic bunny cages? Heck NO!
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Nothing makes me sadder (and sometimes madder) than to see a pet rabbit (or any pet for that matter) being forced to live in a space that’s way too small for its needs. Now, most of the time it’s just that the poor bunny’s owner doesn’t know any better. Once they’ve been educated they immediately get or make a large indoor bunny cage that includes plenty of room for their precious bun to hop around.
If your just curious (or in a hurry)….
✅ This specific large indoor bunny cage is the most popular with our readers.
Why You Need A Large Indoor Bunny Cage
Bunnies are not like hamsters who can be happy living in their cages full time. They are large mammals who need to get out and move around. Both to stretch their legs and their minds. Imagine how you’d feel if you could never leave your bedroom or worse, your closet. EVER!
Not much fun right?
Just remember, that sweet little baby bunny you just got (or are thinking about getting) is going to grow up into a large rabbit in a few months. Take another look at the picture at the top of this page. Keep this firmly in mind as you are designing the best bunny cage setup for your special friend.
Luckily there’s lots of different way to set up a great and really large indoor bunny cage. Let’s take a look at a few of them.
Indoor Rabbit Cage With Run
I really love this bunny set up because it’s really easy to do. They are using a ready-made and really large indoor rabbit hutch that you can get Amazon to ship right to your door for the bunny “cage”. Then they’ve taken what looks like some child gates or fencing to make an attached run. Bunny has a large, secure area to call his own when he’s not out exploring the house at large with everyone else.
The only thing I’d change with this setup is the fencing. I would get some free standing pet fencing or play yard like this instead. Heck, it even comes in 8-9 different colors so you can color coordinate with your home decor! Even though the wood fencing looks amazing in their home, you know bunny is going to chew on it. It’s what bunnies do. But if you don’t mind replacing the fencing often. Then by all means, go for it.
A few hutches that would work well in such a set up are…
SmithBuilt 48 in. Wooden Two Story Rabbit HutchMCombo 0323L Wooden Rabbit Hutch Small Animal House/Pet Cage/Chicken Coop, 40Merax Rabbit Hutch Wooden House Wooden Cage for Small Animals (Rabbit Hutch#1)Kaytee Rabbit Hutch, 2-Story, 48-Inch WidePetsfit 45.5ecoFLEX Indoor Rabbit HutchPawhut 40Yaheetech 48 inch Rabbit Bunny Wood House Hutch with Tray, Natural ColorConfidence Pet 36” Rabbit Hutch / Chicken CoopPawhut 2 Story Stacked Wooden Outdoor Bunny Rabbit Hutch/Guinea Pig HouseWaterproof Wood Wooden 36Advantek The Duplex Rabbit Hutch
Best Indoor Bunny Cage
For my money (and according to Amazon reviewers) the best indoor bunny cage is this Trixie Pet Products 2-in-1 Rabbit Hutch.
The upstairs and downstairs of this beautiful bunny cage is connected to one another by a removable ramp. What this means is you can keep two bunnies separated in here if you need to. The floors are covered in a hard plastic pull out trays and the roof tilts up and locks into place for easy cleaning.
Notice there are two doors on each level. One with a wire mesh for air flow and interaction with you bunny and a solid one. This leads to your rabbit’s “retreat” or private area. And though your bunny needs his privacy on occasion, with this bunny cage you’ll always have easy access to him. It makes cleaning and adding food, water and such easy on either level easy too.
This indoor rabbit hutch is a great value for the money. It has over 300 reviews with an average rating of 4 stars over on Amazon. You can go take a look at all SIX different styles and colors right here.
Homemade Indoor Bunny Cage Ideas
The sky’s the limit when it comes to diy bunny cage projects. Some folks are transforming or upcycling old furniture like dressers and china cabinets into fancy large rabbit hutches.
Other folks are using wire storage cubes and really big dog crates (the wire ones like you see for Great Danes) to make a cozy indoor rabbit cage setup for their bunnies. This is a really inexpensive option if you already have the dog crate, too.
I love the homemade indoor bunny cage ideas the folks over at SpiffyPetProducts have put together and think you will too. Why don’t you take a peek.
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You’re rabbit will thank you if you keep in mind that bigger is better when you are setting up your large indoor bunny cage with run area for him. He’ll be a happier bunny and you’ll enjoy watching him showing off for you. Who knows, you may even get one of those elusive binkie’s for your efforts!