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2 Tier rabbit hutch £49.99 @ HomeBargains
2 Tier rabbit hutch £49.99 @ HomeBargains

2 Tier rabbit hutch £49.99 @ HomeBargains

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Rabbit hutch with run underneath. Fantastic price. Just built mine and the quality and look is fantastic. Easy assembly.

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Original Poster

Similar hutch at argos £109.99

voted hot, nice avatar :lol:

I bought a hutch from there for my Dwarf lop rabbit for this price a couple of weks ago, to be honest its certainly not big enough for a dwarf lop to live in 24/7 so the average bunny is a deffo No No!! my rabbit is out running free in the garden most of the day so i just use this hutch for night times and i am gonna extend this hutch with a run attached to it over the weekend, it is a lovely Hutch but sadly just not big enough!!

Pic of it after i set it up

http://i797.photobucket.com/albums/yy259/Kevo2k7/ABCD0016-1.jpg

totally agree anyone who keeps a rabbit in a hutch 24/7 shouldn't have a rabbit in the first place :?
ok for overnight tho :thumbsup:

Please dont put a Rabbit in this......would you like to live in a box room your whole life!!

Rabbits should have at least 6ft x 2ft x 2ft hutch with attached 6ft x 6ft x 2ft run.......they need space to run about and head height to be able to stand up on their back legs.

What are the dimensions? Any good for a Guinea Pig?

without details of the dimensions it's difficult to say if this is a good price or not. Many so-called "rabbit hutches" are only suitable for guinea pigs and this looks to be one of them from the picture, unless that laminate flooring is a lot wider than standard.

We were given a rabbit hutch that had been adapted from an old table - some people buy a small shed. Commercial hutches are often rubbish, it's better to build your own.

Original Poster

It is ideal as a bed , and short stay base . Majority time will be in the house or garden.

I've seen these - too small for a rabbit, probably okay for a guinea pig. It's about time there were minimum requirements (as opposed to RSPCA recommendations) for rabbit hutches. this way too small as a permanent home. Ok for an indor rabbit as a base, but not high enough for a rabbit to 'periscope' (stand up and stretch).

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The thing is we have a huge garden and he doesn't like it, he even bit … The thing is we have a huge garden and he doesn't like it, he even bit through the side of his run once and escaped and instead of running around on the grass, he went and sat on the patio.


lmao lovely rabbit dcx, and nice to see yours has a good home
House rabbits are great pets, and each one has his own personality, like eating bird food :w00t:
http://i810.photobucket.com/albums/zz23/bigflump/P1000250-1.jpg

crashin out infront the telly
http://i810.photobucket.com/albums/zz23/bigflump/IMG_2809-1.jpg

and leaving a little trail of destruction behind him
http://i810.photobucket.com/albums/zz23/bigflump/IMG_2867-1.jpg

Definately not big enough for a rabbit, not even a small one.
Would be better suited for a guinea pig.
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