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Last Post by Elle Larson at 7/06/2012 2:23 PM (2 Replies)
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User is Offline Elle Larson
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7/06/2012 1:34 PM
 Currently my bunny is living in a large, old, rectangular cage during the night. This cage stays in a chicken house which locks up every single night for safety. However, my family and I are moving to a nice neighborhood up north with lots of nice houses, including ours. Our chickens will have to get a new chicken house, a smaller one than they had before. So Buffy, (my bunny), will have to find her own place to crash in, too. Being a woman of fashion, that old cage just won't cut it. Not only is it ugly, but I don't want her exposed to the nocturnal creatures of the night. I don't want Buffy getting her legs pulled through the cage, either.   Anyway, I want to give this cage a makeover to cover Buffy up at night, have a sense of style, be a nice place to sleep in at night, and a fun place to hang out in during the morning. If you have any design ideas, or pictures of your stunning habitat, leave a picture down below. I would really appreciate all your ideas and your fabulous living spaces for your rabbits! -Elle

User is Offline Monkeybun
Hillsboro, Oregon
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7/06/2012 1:40 PM
Most of us have house bunnies, as it is much much safer indoors for rabbits. Have you thought about bringing her inside?

User is Offline Elle Larson
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7/06/2012 2:23 PM
I have, but my parents won't let me. We are thinking about buying a bunch of various sized sheds behind our house, but I would like to get some ideas pitched at me in case the current owner won't sell the property to us. If she/he sells us the property, I could continue to do what I doing now. But if she doesn't, I'll have to build or buy a new type of living space for Buffy.
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