Where is the most suitable place for my rabbit to live?

Rabbits are active and so they need room to run around, jump, dig, hop and stand upright on their back legs. It is best to choose a large escape-proof living enclosure where rabbits can exercise and feel safe.

There are many options to explore when choosing a place for your rabbit. A secure shelter such as a large hutch, cage or shed, that is attached to a traditional exercise run outside is ideal for the warmer months. Alternatively, an indoor pen or ‘rabbit-proofed’ room in your house or garage is another option. As they are a prey species, the key is that they feel safe in their home and have the companionship of another rabbit or two. It is important that whatever you choose, there is a lot of room for you rabbit to run about and explore!

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