Hello, I think you have been kind of scolded more than helped w/ your question. First of all congrats on your decision and we have all been beginners at one time or another. And yes there is tons of conflicting info on rabbits/ even on this forum......LOL. As a breeder of English Angoras bunnies I often sell supplies to my customers and always give info packages to them, the cage should be at least 4 times the size of the bunny. I feel that all wire cages are cleaner but thats up to you, beware cages that are made of alot of wood(bunny will soon chew it into bits and they are alot more expenceive). Plain pellets are the best choice in food, but I also add a mixutre of blackoil sunflower seeds and oats(for every 10 cups of pellets there is 1 part seeds and oats) but I show bunnies my mixuture is a coat conditioner,so thats just an option--always have hay(most prefer timothy hay). Of course you will need a water bottle and a litter box, don't use clay litters, rabbit litters can be anything from paper to low odor pine shavings, always add a little hay in the boxas rabbits enjoy eating in the litter box and don't get weirded out if you see your baby eating its fecesRabbits have to do thatBut they do so and you will probably never see it happen. As far as bedding goes its up to you anything for shavings, paper pulp,blankets,etc.,
Bunnies need at least 2 hours a day out of cage,but that doesn't mean they should have run of your house either--rabbit-proof in the room(s) it will be in. and you should put a couple of liter boxes in those rooms as well(it helps w/ training). You will need somethings in the cage and out of cage for your baby to chew on, I make my most of my toys they can be dig boxes filled w/ shredded paper, old magazines,towel rolls filled w/ cotton,treats,paper.ect., Just remember that you want a rabbit to have fun w/ so don't get really stressed over your baby--have fun........Hope I was Helpful.