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    Information On Indoor Rabbit Cages

    Articlepet advice guidesTuesday 27 November 2012
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    A lot of people choose to keep their rabbits in an indoorrabbit cage rather than outside. There are some advantages of indoor rabbitcages, one of the biggest is that an indoor rabbit hutch provides a lot of extraprotection form predators. There are a few different types of indoor rabbitcages, read on to find out more.

     

     

     

    Different IndoorRabbit Hutches

     

     

    • There are lots of different types of indoor rabbit cages. Some indoor rabbit cages are similar is design to hamster or gerbil cages in that there is a plastic tray with a metal cage over the top. This type of indoor rabbit cage is usually the cheapest and can offer good value for money and a safe home for the rabbit.

     

    • As a general rule, you need to consider what indoor rabbit cage for sale you are going to buy before you purchase the rabbit for sale. You should buy the largest indoor rabbit cage you can afford and have space for. But at the very least, indoor rabbit hutches need to be large enough for the rabbit to comfortably live.

     

    • Some indoor rabbit hutches are different in that they come with integral stands with wheel so that they can be kept off the ground and moved about if necessary. On the whole, these sorts of indoor rabbit cages are much the same as others.

     

    • Some people choose to pay slightly more money and buy indoor rabbit hutches that are made of wood. These are much bigger usually than the metal indoor rabbit cages and offer much more space for the rabbit. These indoor rabbit hutches are often placed on the floor and allow the rabbit access to the room in which they are placed.

     

    • You need to make sure that all indoor rabbit cages are large enough for a litter tray or the indoor rabbit cage at least allows the rabbit to be far enough away from way they like to go to the toilet.

     

    • Many people build their own indoor rabbit hutches and this can be an excellent way of saving money and ensuring that the indoor rabbit cage is exactly how you want it. Refer to our guide for Building Indoor Rabbit Hutches for more information.

     

    • You can search for and buy used indoor rabbit cages for sale as well as rabbits for sale on Clickpets.
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