PET SUPPLIES: INDOOR RABBIT CAGES AND HUTCHES
Rabbits can be really excellent friends and companions to people, if they are well taken care of that is. Millions of people around the world own rabbits, and these furry animals are a delight to have in your home. Although rabbits are a common household pet, they aren’t as common as dogs or cats, so there could be some peculiarities in the way people perceive them. Nonetheless, picking a rabbit for a friend is an excellent choice to make, a choice that many have not regretted.
However, before you welcome a rabbit into your home, it’s important to understand the living conditions for this adorable little critter. Just like every other pet, rabbits have unique needs, and setting these rabbits in an environ where these unique needs are satisfied is very important. So, without further ado, let’s hop right into this discussion of rabbit cages and get you acquainted with all the things you need to know!
GETTING A RABBIT CAGE OR HUTCH
Before you decide to get a rabbit cage or hutch, it’s important to understand the distinction between the two. Although both are rabbit enclosures, they might be conflated to mean the same things, they are in fact, not the same. Rabbit cages are more lightweight and suited for temporary accommodations. On the other hand, hutches are more heavy-duty and are traditionally suited for outdoor accommodation.
When deciding to get a rabbit cage for your rabbit, it’s important to take a few things into consideration:
The size of your rabbit (or rabbits) is an important factor to consider when getting an indoor bunny cage. Rabbits come in different breeds, from the small breeds such as the Netherland Dwarf or the Jersey Wooly which weight around 3-5 pounds, to the Flemish Giant rabbits which can weight as much as 25 pounds. That being said, it’s important to get a cage in line with their breed and size, with enough room for them to hop around and sit straight.
Bigger cages would be required if you choose to house more than one rabbit within a rabbit enclosure, so it’s also important to have this at the back of your mind.
When picking a rabbit house, it’s important to pick one that will give your rabbit access to good air flow. The best cages that ensure this are those cages with sides made of wire. These wire sides form meshes which ensure that your rabbit(s) receive as much air as possible.
In addition to this however, it’s important that the floor area on which your rabbits would be sitting are not made of wire. Rabbits could develop painful sores in their back and legs when they sit or stand on wire meshing for too long.
3. GET THE CAGE FITTED WITH THE RIGHT FEATURES
Rabbits needs food, water, a comfortable bedding to sleep, and exercise. Getting their rabbit enclosures fitted with the appropriate features to facilitate these is very important. Ensure that the indoor bunny cages are outfitted with water bowls, as well as trays for keeping their food. Also, the floor area of the cage needs to be fitted with straw, grass, or other soft-material beddings to mimic their natural environments and make sure that they aren’t moving around on hard, uncomfortable surfaces.
Also, exercise avails an opportunity for these little critters to have some fun and stretch it out. Some indoor cages, such as the multi-level rabbit cages, provide stairs and compartments to add a more dynamic feel to your rabbit’s movement. You can also put in place several toys such as shredded paper, cardboard tubes, inter alia, so that your pet gets the right entertainment and exercise.
Rabbits are a great pet option to have and keep. Getting a rabbit enclosure is an important step to take to make sure that your rabbit has the best quality experience as a pet. It’s also important to note that your rabbits might need a litter box within their cages for poop purposes. Also, if you have other pets like cats and dogs, do try to ensure that your rabbit(s) feel safe (they might consider dogs and cats as predators). Lastly, rabbits should be confined to their cages ALL the time. Schedule times for them to roam around outdoors or in some free space.
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