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Hi there, can anyone give me a good guideline for indoor cage size for two flemish giants (females, spayed) and a male bunny who will probably reach 10-12 lbs in size (he's a baby right now and will be neutered as soon as it's possible to perform the surgery)?
They are all living together and getting along great now, and at present they are occupying two large rooms, but no one is litter box trained so it's a temporary solution.
I will be able to give them an hour or more of free range/play time per day, but until we can work on litter box training I need to confine them to a smaller area.
Posted By SuperCheesetastic on 03/11/2012 07:47 PM
i wonder if flemish giants can jump higher than smaller breed buns...
All buns will be different, but typically the larger breeds won't jump as high because they have more mass to move. They may still be able to jump on beds/couches, but probably not scale the side of an xpen.