Extra-large cage is big enough for most full-grown rabbits, plus their litter pan. Fairly easy to assemble. Deep tray keeps bedding inside the cage, owners report. Very easy to clean. Built-in food bowl holder prevents spills.
Assembly instructions aren’t very clear. Included water bottle may leak. Hay bin attaches clumsily to the side of the cage, creating a mess when moved. End caps tend to fall off. Owners report they can’t get replacement parts.
Sturdy construction and attractive style are big draws for owners. Assembly is fairly easy, with clear instructions.
Can get a bit small for full-grown rabbits. Tray is difficult to pull out and clean. Moisture soaks into wood base, creating odor and potentially causing rot. Rabbits tend to push out their bedding through the sides of the cage.
Easy to clean, with extra-wide doors. Sturdy shelves don’t need to be detached for cleaning, saving time. Owners like the configurability of this cage.
Somewhat difficult to put together – a helper, rubber mallet and elbow grease needed. Bedding tray is too shallow, letting rabbits kick debris out of cage.
Removable bedding tray is sturdy, owners note. Plenty of height, and double doors are a nice plus.
Some owners would like a cage that is longer for larger rabbits. Small rabbits may have trouble with the side door. Assembly is a bit annoying due to cage hooks catching. Metal bars can bend out of shape. High-sided plastic protectors are delicious to some rabbits.
Good for smaller rabbits, owners report. Very easy to put together. Works well indoors as well as outside.
Cage floor pieces don’t stay in place when moving hutch; many owners remove them altogether. Must be staked down outside to prevent predators from lifting the cage up. Door latch seems flimsy. Too small for some adult rabbits.
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