I got a cheap rug from the doller store. Then got a plastic tarp. But the plastic down over the floor then put the rug on top of the plastic...then comes the cage on top of that. Of course you can still use whatever flooring your using in the cage now, especially if your afraid your rabbits might chew on the rug. Be creative and try to find something you can wrap around the sides of the cage to keep the rabbits from being able to kick stuff out. You could probably use cardboard, coroplast, or something like that, or even build a wooden frame if your good with stuff like that. Then when it's cleaning time, all the mess should be contained inside the cage. You can empty out the cage, pick it up and move it over, then all the mess should be on the rug. I just roll up the rug and take it outside to clean it. If anything does happen to soak through the rug, the plastic tarp will protect your floor.
Also, I don't use a vacuume to clean up after my bunnies I use just a broom and dustpan, you don't have to worry about those clogging. Of course that might be hard if you have rug floors.
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