How to Build a Bunny Cage?


In order to build a bunny cage you will need wood and wire. You will need to make the frame for the cage out of wood and then cover it with the wire. Add a door with a good latch. For more information look here: Building ideas for bunny cage:​Build_a_Rabbit_​Cage_for_For_a_Happy_​Bunny.html;
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How to Make a Bunny Cage
You have brought home your newly adopted, roly-poly bunny. You are new to world of the "house bunny" and are not ready to give your bunny free reign of your home. You also want to make sure you have a safe space for your new baby to protect her as well... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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