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angiemm

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Hi all,
I would love to see the images of all the practical, fun, new, old and anything in between types of homes and hutches for your rabbits.

Just post here and let everyone admire your rabbit's homes and hideouts!
 

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Sorry as we getting all set up but we love our bunnies and so does our toddler they have a couple show cages now and working on getting a double hitch. They are brothers from same liter and one is Kylo (yes like Star Wars) and the other is Rex.67B162D7-3AA2-4ABA-9486-838B7EEB474D.jpeg

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angiemm

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@Apepsigirl What a cute little rabbit keeper you have helping you. And those rabbits look so velvety. Thanks for sharing.
 

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I'm on mobile so I'm unable to show photos. I wish I could but don t have an option. I have two Holland lops and their hutch take up the majority of my room. They have toys made specifically for rabbits and are safe for them.
 

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Hi all,
I would love to see the images of all the practical, fun, new, old and anything in between types of homes and hutches for your rabbits.

Just post here and let everyone admire your rabbit's homes and hideouts!
Hihi! I am on mobile but I'll definitely share when I get time c:
 

Zena

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My mini lops and thier set up😊😊😉
 

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Apepsigirl

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@Apepsigirl What a cute little rabbit keeper you have helping you. And those rabbits look so velvety. Thanks for sharing.
Yes we love how velvety soft the Rex breed is. They are also very sweet bunnies. Kylo is outright very social and will eat right from your hand. Rex is a little more people shy but we are trying to get him out of that.
 
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Hi,
I have three rabbits, two Netherland dwarfs (black self buck carrying self and non extension or harlequin and marten smoke pearl doe carrying pointed white) and a new orange Dutch harlequin cross doe carrying self.

In order of photos, these are Hairoo (who's kindling in 6 days), Jack and Caramel!IMG_2460.JPGJack 1.JPGIMG_3256.JPG

Hairoo is the sweetest of the sweet, Boeing as soon as you stroke her, Jack is a gentle boy too.

This new rabbit started out as a bit of a madam.
grunted when picked up.
now she's a love but who chins everything (obsessively) and sprays pee up me (in a loving way apparently) yuk!
 
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Zee-Man

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Doesidoe and Harvey like their spacious apartments. Though she is getting a old, they both hope to have some play time as soon as I can find time to deal with kits.

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Hi! I got a reminder about this forum and a request to participate in this thread, sadly I don't have any photos rihght now, but here's what I've got giong on:

I live in Uruguay, and breed meat rabbits for hypoallergenic dogfood (we run a disabled and aged dog refuge, and it's fairly common for protien allergies to develop causing horrific side effects. Commercial dogfood is limited in protien variety, it's basically chicken/beef and sometimes you can find fish/pork but it is $$$$$$. Rabbit is an "unknown" protien and it resets the dog's system.)

We just built our new cabin on our ranch. I'd butchered out everything we had last spring before we moved out onto the ranch to live in a container home while we built dog runs, and goat pens. Now we're working on horse barn, and the new rabbit warren is next.

My neighbor somewhat removed has the most amazing free run setup with hutches up off the ground and ramped, in a huge chainlink enclosure with the fence sunk deep in and netted at the bottom and cemented. I need to ask him if I can get down into it and get photos because that is what I want. His rabbits are so relaxed and happy year round!

If I can get photos and his permission I'll post them here. If not, I'll post mine once we get them set up! We breed goats as well and are adding chickens and ducks and maybe a little Jersey cow... and I made my wife promise I could get a mini burro and an alpaca. (If I manage to purchase some of the adjoining marshy property I can buy a herd of capybara from the UY government for ground cover and mosquito control. :) )
 

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This is Bosco in his homemade cage before we bought cages from KW Cages.

He's a cutie--if I do say so, myself! lol
 

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Here is my in-progress rabbit hutch setup. (The tyvek shade cloth is temporary haha) The does on the top row have built in hiding space for their nest boxes that are lower than the floors of their cages and can be closed off when needed. Below them will be a more cages when I finish. The top most row is storage for supplies and it holds a bucket for a gravity fed water system. It has been a very nice hutch so far! (the half inch wire is only on the walls, we weren't able to afford enough of the thicker wire to do more than the floors when we built the top section.)

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