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Okies, here goes. The bunnies are being on the verge on being kicked out of our living room; complaints are that the cage is too big, hard to clean, and is obnoxious to have around guests. -sigh- Couresty of my mom. Their current situation she has a problem with is a total of 4 grids high, 3.75 grids long, and 3 grids wide. Each grids measures 14 inches. I can try to defend their current living situation further, but I need a backup plan. If that failed, they would go live in my bathroom we no longer use. The cage would be four grids long, but I need to fit both bunnies with their separate stacked cages while being able to reach into the top cage to comfortably clean it out. Any ideas? The bathtub is already a foot or so elevated, so it would be taller than me if we kept the same height. :S
I am going to bump this to see of anyone has any more suggestions. Thanks