Ive been seeing lots of fun looking designs by Iris, but there are always flaws. Any rabbit I foster or adopt would be smaller, like a dwarf lop and mini rex. This rabbit is also going to have the run of my room 24 7 pretty much...this room is rabbit, ferret, rat, mouse, hamster, dog, and cat proof. LAWL.
Im really still lost on rabbit cages. :C
US doesn't have the best selection, ive found some great ones but of course they were from UK shops and they just dont ship here.
C&C cages dont work for me either.
What bout the cat cages
Martin makes? Would any of those work for a rabbit?
I have a friend who makes cages (well more like a college) who I adopted RayRay my chinchilla from. But they are wire floored..my worst nightmare is bumblefoot/sore hocks.
The floor would be 1/2 by 1/2. From her I can get a cage for $50 thats big and will last me years. but...will the bunny like it?
I doubt it. And if i cover the entire floor whats the point of buying it from her and making her go through the trouble of making it?
Iris double checker cat cage. It would need modification shelves.
It can be taken down to just one level where it will be about 25inches tall including wheels. It has potential, but after modding im not sure I can spend that much money...Its still a nice cage size wise.
What will an untrained rabbits urine do to the bottom too? :C
This cage is probably a bad idea no matter which way you put it!
Its plastic...but the design behind it is very interesting and savvy looking to me.
Play Pin Cage
I thought this was great, excluding the wood the rabbit might chew. Could a smaller rabbit jump it though?