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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > THE LOUNGE > Do you have a Bunny Room?
Last Post by tanlover14 at 12/13/2013 7:48 PM (79 Replies)
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User is Offline BB
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5/02/2013 6:35 PM

I am adding to the habitat gallery so I will be grabbing some of the good photos from here. If you don't want your photos featured in the gallery, message me, otherwise I will be posting in a few days.

User is Offline mocha200
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5/03/2013 4:55 AM
BB: Would you like my rabbit room? I haven't finished it completely (want to add some ramps and stuff, but that might not get done for another 6 months haha) but I am pretty much done!
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User is Offline FrankieFlash
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5/03/2013 7:41 AM
Looks like I need to clean and get at it. I procrastinated showing pics of the buns room because we haven't had time to redecorate since we moved in (awful wallpaper and such) and I don't have all my bunny decor in there but I can just focus on the part that the bunny's care about.

User is Offline BB
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5/03/2013 4:48 PM
Mocha -- sure! That would be great!

User is Offline FrankieFlash
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5/05/2013 5:24 PM


View from outside


Chewing/food corner


They have a wall of litter boxes until they decide they don't need to fight over the walls

And this is as neat as it will ever be while they are living in it. lol


User is Offline tanlover14
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5/06/2013 7:37 AM

  Old bunny condo with three.

 

  New bunny area with 4!

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5/06/2013 7:38 AM

  Old bunny condo with three.

 

  New bunny area with 4!

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User is Offline Emmie
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5/10/2013 5:16 AM
Tanlover, I love it! What litter are you using?

User is Offline bunnygirl
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5/10/2013 5:27 AM
Tanlover, I love how Simba and the Tans are all crowding the veggie dish! What exactly is that feeder? A bird feeder? I'd be interested in something similar for Apollo if I could just get my hands on one! Also, are your litter boxes just cat litter pans? They look like they're high sided, and I could do with that for king bun too!
Slave to minilop Apollo!

User is Offline tanlover14
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5/10/2013 7:51 AM
They use CareFresh litter, Emmie!

It was a $15 cat try we picked up!! We were looking for bowls since they just toss everything and it's like that with the two bowls inside (you can take them out for easy cleaning) and they hook on. When it's veggie time I just throw it in the thing but it works awesome for pellets and the veggies which they always get everywhere! They never have a mess anymore. And then the water dish is just one of those dog dishes you can fill to the top with water so it replenishes whenever it gets low.

And yupp, cat litter pans also! The Tans have a bad habit of kicking their litter EVERYWHERE so we got these really large sided ones. I think we actually got them from Target. Maybe...They really help keep everything in though!
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User is Offline mocha200
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5/13/2013 11:31 AM

 I finally have pictures of my bunny room. BB: If these pictures aren't the right size I can e-mail some to you.

When you walk into the door this is what you see. It is a 10x2 "raised cage area" but they can never be closed into it. I had to have these raised cage areas because of a knee problem I have that makes me not be able to bend down easily.



Then this is what you see when you turn around. Pretty much just a mirror closet and a ladder. The ladder goes up into my room. 



In this section of the raised cage is their hay, litter boxes, and water dishes. I have a wire mesh in front of the window to stop them from chewing it. The front NIC wall can un-clip and fold down for easy cleaning.


Underneath I have my rabbit storage with my mini fridge in the middle.



This section has the ramp and memory foam mats with towels on top to help with their soar hocks. This is also where they like to sleep.



Their ramp goes down into a dog crate that holds up the cage area. They can also enter the cage by hopping on the drawer (on the right) and then onto their cage.




 

 

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User is Offline tanlover14
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5/13/2013 8:03 PM
I absolutely LOVE your room, Mocha!!
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User is Offline mocha200
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5/14/2013 5:17 AM
Thanks! I love it too, but I also love changing my room design so it will probably be different in a few months! haha
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User is Offline bunlover456
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7/18/2013 12:36 AM

 Wow! I really like your bunny house! When I get my bunny I want mine to be kinda like that....is your bunny litterbox trained? If so and you had fleece on the ground you would'nt really have to change it that much, right?

 


User is Offline mocha200
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7/21/2013 6:40 PM
@bunlover. I have changed my setup since then. Look here to see it!
http://www.binkybunny.com/FORUM/tab...fault.aspx
My bunnies are litter trained but I still change it around twice a week because of fur. I have to use tons of fleece because my rabbits have sore hocks.
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User is Offline ninjabun
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7/23/2013 7:47 PM
The bunny rooms are awesome! Some great ideas in there too. Personally though, I prefer having my buns in my room with me. Love it when they come up to hang out with me on the bed! Grem is nosing around me as I speak....er, type. They love smoothing out my sheets for me, such helpful buns.

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8/20/2013 3:07 PM
Posted By Karla on 01/04/2013 03:35 AM

Here are pictures of my bunny room - I am not that pleased with it. I think it is a bad compromise of wanting to give the bunnies a stimulating room of their own and wanting a room that looks nice and pleasing to the eye, and that I want to spend time in as well.

Overview of the room

Their houses
I try to make sure that they have fresh twigs each week as well as a cardboard box.

Toilet area

When I had four rabbits living here, at least two of them had a tendency to spray when jumping out of the toilet.
So I put these tiles on the wall to protect the wall from urine. They are from ikea.

Karl - making a mess

Fresh herbs available

I am doing an experiment to see if I can have fresh herbs available all the time. I really want the bunnies
to sense and taste fresh herbs - I think it is important when they cannot be in their natural habitat.

I am trying out to find herbs that can last longer than a few minutes.

And these are the miserable results of my experiment

These are the herbs that tasted too good and couldn't survive on the floor. It doesn't look too good having almost dead plants in the window sill, but hopefully a bit of bunny poop will bring them back to life

 

 

The tiles for that litter tray is a great idea! I've had to make walls out of cardboard to stop mine peeing up the wall but obviously as it's absorbant I need to make new ones quite often. I need to find a tray that size too! I currently have 3 cat litter trays lined up in a row since they seem to go over quite a large area...

 


User is Offline bsprecco
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11/25/2013 2:49 PM

Where did you get those black wire squares or whatever you wanna call them. I have looked everywhere!!


User is Offline jerseygirl
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11/25/2013 6:25 PM

Posted By bsprecco on 11/25/2013 05:49 PM
<p>Where did you get those black wire squares or whatever you wanna call them. I have looked everywhere!!</p>

Rabbit and guinea pig owners commonly refer to them as NIC cubes (Neat Idea Cubes as it was branded).
They come under different names though. If you are in the US, you should be able to find them in Bed, Bath and Beyond, Walmart (labelled as Whitmor storage cubes) and Target. Take care with buying the ones at Target as the grid aperture varies. Rabbits can usually fit their heads through the holes if they're 3 inches wide.
You can also buy online. Search under wire storage cubes.

User is Offline tanlover14
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12/13/2013 7:48 PM
^ Yes, when we bought from Target we could only use half the grids because some of them were too wide.
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