Very easy to clean. Shelves adjust. Three levels for animals to enjoy. Easy assembly on a well-made cage. Comes on wheels to be easily moved. Lots of height, but designed so that there is nowhere your rabbit can fall very far.
Setup can take a little longer than other cages on the market. There is no built-in hutch on this unit for rabbit privacy.
Two doors on this cage make for easy rabbit access. Good for a litter trained rabbit who can come in and out of the cage on his own. Cute design. Easy to set up. Comes with wheels. Pan under the cage makes cleaning easy.
There are larger cages on the market that would give your rabbit more room to roam.
Can open from both the top and the side for easy access to your animals. Comes with a usable hay rack. Lots of room in this cage for toys. Good quality and functionality for the price. Sturdy base. Not difficult to set up. Lightweight cage. Very large.
The ramp is a little slippery for some animals and they may not want to use it.
Easy to put together. Lots of space. Big enough to house a litter pan. Includes a play space for the rabbits to have privacy. Has a ramp and two levels. Comes with a hay bin and water bottle. Easy assembly and a good price for the size.
The stairway to the food dish is a little steep for smaller rabbits. Entrance is a little high.
Bunny house roof opens at the top for easy access to your rabbit. Wide side opening on the cage. Bunny house separates completely from the cage. Very long at 55" to give a lot of room for your rabbit to stretch. Folds flat for storage. Base can be separated for easy cleaning.
The pieces on this bunny hutch can be difficult to put together. The large door is good for cleaning, but can also let your rabbit escape easily.
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Indoor rabbit hutches have a number of advantages over outdoor ones. The obvious is you don’t need to worry about the weather; your conditions are the rabbits. Indoor cages are also more secure, and give you better interaction with your pet. Some features to consider when buying an indoor hutch include durability (is it a quality construction?), access (can you easily clean, feed/water, and interact with your rabbit?), and size (is it large enough for the rabbit, without taking over your whole house?). If you have space issues, consider a multi-level cage. Cages with wheels can also be easier to move your pet around.