Rabbit / Guinea Pig Hutch Wooden 2 Tier Cage  with Run / Pen £60 @ ebay Homediscountltd
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Rabbit / Guinea Pig Hutch Wooden 2 Tier Cage with Run / Pen £60 @ ebay Homediscountltd

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Posted 24th Jun
Pet Rabbit Hutch Wooden 2 Tier Cage Guinea Pig Bunny Run House Pen Animal Home
Colour:BrownMaterial:FIR Wood, Galvanised MeshSize:H 86 x W 135 x D 43 Cm Approx.Cleaning Instructions:Wipe With A Dry ClothHome Discount offers this stunning new product with a modern stylish design, the Double Wooden Pet Hutch. This two tier pet hutch is beautifully crafted from FIR wood and would make the perfect spacious home for your pet.

This pet hutch would be perfect for animals such as a rabbit, guinea pig, ferret. With a run on the bottom tier, this hutch has a sleeping area for your animal on the top tier. Furthermore, this hutch features three opening doors, a pull out sliding floor tray for easy cleaning, a ramp for access between the two tiers and a fixed roof. Please note that this item requires self assembly.

Product Measurements:

Main Door: H 46 x W 32 cm

Top Door: H 30 x W 29 cm

Bottom Door: H 25 x W 25 cm

Tunnel Passage: H 19 x W 18 cm

Ramp: W 16 x L 59 cm


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Sorry voted cold - this hutch is far too small for rabbits. Absolute minimum should be a 6 ft x2ft hutch with attached run. Anyone who can't offer this much space (as a minimum) should not keep rabbits: rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rabbit-housing/why-hutch-not-enough/

E.g. Here's where our rabbits live whilst we are out at work. Most evenings they have free run of the garden

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Edited by: "JonBoy116" 25th Jun
Is this suitable for a 9 month old boy?
8ANNED:

In all fairness, no one should be keeping rabbits.

Or cats or dogs ...

These guys seem pretty happy though

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Good value but only suitable fir a couple of Guinea Pigs or a small rabbit. Definitely retreat anywhere that will be effected by moisture. Main thing is to realise that this is pretty small thus the furbies need to match the accommodation.
I just need some good deal on rabbits now.
It’s too small for rabbits ..look at eBay so many second hand of these for sale .....
Sorry voted cold - this hutch is far too small for rabbits. Absolute minimum should be a 6 ft x2ft hutch with attached run. Anyone who can't offer this much space (as a minimum) should not keep rabbits: rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rabbit-housing/why-hutch-not-enough/

E.g. Here's where our rabbits live whilst we are out at work. Most evenings they have free run of the garden

37928748.jpg
Edited by: "JonBoy116" 25th Jun
JonBoy11624/06/2019 21:53

Sorry voted cold - this hutch is far too small for rabbits. Absolute …Sorry voted cold - this hutch is far too small for rabbits. Absolute minimum should be a 6 ft x2ft hutch with attached run. Anyone who can't offer this much space as a minimum should not keep rabbits: http://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rabbit-housing/why-hutch-not-enough/E.g. Here's where our rabbits live whilst we are out at work. Most evenings they have free run of the garden [Image]


Totally agree, that's why you always have the option to expand on what you have...
Would be a fox pantry round my bit
Is this suitable for a 9 month old boy?
Question is how did you get your name upside down(cheeky)
amzzzzyyyy25/06/2019 00:46

Question is how did you get your name upside …Question is how did you get your name upside down(cheeky)




It's Russian.
JonBoy11624/06/2019 21:53

Sorry voted cold - this hutch is far too small for rabbits. Absolute …Sorry voted cold - this hutch is far too small for rabbits. Absolute minimum should be a 6 ft x2ft hutch with attached run. Anyone who can't offer this much space as a minimum should not keep rabbits: http://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rabbit-housing/why-hutch-not-enough/E.g. Here's where our rabbits live whilst we are out at work. Most evenings they have free run of the garden [Image]


In all fairness, no one should be keeping rabbits.
Looks like it could be a good option for a few chickens? (obviously leaving the door open so they can roam around the garden too).
8ANNED:

In all fairness, no one should be keeping rabbits.

Or cats or dogs ...

These guys seem pretty happy though

37931976-HXQAK.jpg
This hutch is crap. We bought it when we first got our two. Quickly realised it's noway near enough space and it's made of crappy ply. I guarentee in 2 months you'll be buying another.

There are much better hutches for approx £100. Not much more to have happier rabbits.

Ours have a converted shed at night and a 12ft outdoor run in the day. Then they come into the house after work and stop in an indoor run if it drops below zero.
Edited by: "benfisher1991" 25th Jun
This doesn't seem very foxproofed, definitely don't put it somewhere where it can be dug under.
37934271-14Gq6.jpg37934271-1vOOB.jpgWay too small for rabbits. Not even much cop for guinea pigs. When I had rabbits they were in this which was 6ft by 12ft and they had a large run as well. It made it from aviary panels and roofing from Wickes plus removable panels to keep bad weather out.
Heat added for the best username ever
We had one of these last summer for our rabbit.
They are far too small and narrow for even an average size bunny.
Edited by: "jon67" 25th Jun
Great for cooking rabbit stew.
antispam24624/06/2019 23:41

Is this suitable for a 9 month old boy?


Only if he doesn't grow any bigger
Thank you for posting @slɐǝpʞnʇoɥ we have added this to today's Highlights section
JonBoy11624/06/2019 21:53

Sorry voted cold - this hutch is far too small for rabbits. Absolute …Sorry voted cold - this hutch is far too small for rabbits. Absolute minimum should be a 6 ft x2ft hutch with attached run. Anyone who can't offer this much space as a minimum should not keep rabbits: http://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rabbit-housing/why-hutch-not-enough/E.g. Here's where our rabbits live whilst we are out at work. Most evenings they have free run of the garden [Image]


Don’t be daft. I can house a family of four in that space! Any bigger and I’ll have to start charging those furry buggers ground rent!
antispam24624/06/2019 23:41

Is this suitable for a 9 month old boy?


If the two parts can be separated off, then the newborn will be nice and cozy in the top and safe from the toddler, who can have free run of the bottom.
Murgatr0yd25/06/2019 19:50

If the two parts can be separated off, then the newborn will be nice and …If the two parts can be separated off, then the newborn will be nice and cozy in the top and safe from the toddler, who can have free run of the bottom.


Sounds perfect, do they sell compatible mounts for avent bottles?
Sentral25/06/2019 11:26

Looks like it could be a good option for a few chickens? (obviously …Looks like it could be a good option for a few chickens? (obviously leaving the door open so they can roam around the garden too).


Way too small for chickens, they really are very tiny hutches.
As already mentioned far too small for any rabbits even dwarf variety. We have 3 rabbits and they have a living space 13ft by 4ft.
tonnes of room to run around and lots of hidey holes/pipes/ hay bale to run/jump around on. They also get free run of the garden regularly.

keeping a rabbit in that small hut is cruelty.
Edited by: "takethatfan1978" 25th Jun
amzzzzyyyy25/06/2019 00:46

Question is how did you get your name upside …Question is how did you get your name upside down(cheeky)


Push the right keys.
amzzzzyyyy25/06/2019 00:46

Question is how did you get your name upside …Question is how did you get your name upside down(cheeky)


I just turn my keyboard upside down... sᴉɥʇ ǝʞᴉl ʇsnɾ... try it...
Our two Guinea pigs are happy in this. We spent another £20 on materials and extended to front to provide a big run too. Plenty of space and they like the shelter this offers. It's light enough to move around the garden every week to a new patch of fresh grass too.
slɐǝpʞnʇoɥ25/06/2019 22:21

I just turn my keyboard upside down... sᴉɥʇ ǝʞᴉl ʇsnɾ... try it...


¿sᴉɥʇ ǝʞᴉl ʇsnɾ uɐǝɯ no⅄
Can’t believe it’s voted hot. This is really small, was very disappointed when I ordered that a couple of years ago. I ended up getting a friend to build a bottom bit to raise it off the floor and have a huge run for it.
slɐǝpʞnʇoɥ25/06/2019 22:21

I just turn my keyboard upside down... sᴉɥʇ ǝʞᴉl ʇsnɾ... try it...


and i literally did it with no luck hahaha(embarrassed) feel silly(lol)
Is this big enough for small Koi carp?
JonBoy11624/06/2019 21:53

Sorry voted cold - this hutch is far too small for rabbits. Absolute …Sorry voted cold - this hutch is far too small for rabbits. Absolute minimum should be a 6 ft x2ft hutch with attached run. Anyone who can't offer this much space (as a minimum) should not keep rabbits: rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rabbit-housing/why-hutch-not-enough/E.g. Here's where our rabbits live whilst we are out at work. Most evenings they have free run of the garden [Image]


Great post, very informative.
mecheekymonkey25/06/2019 19:28

Don’t be daft. I can house a family of four in that space! Any bigger and I …Don’t be daft. I can house a family of four in that space! Any bigger and I’ll have to start charging those furry buggers ground rent!


And Council Tax too?
tiktoktik26/06/2019 08:03

And Council Tax too?


Oh hell no! Council don’t need to know about my subletting
What's this need for cooping up little animals, I don't understand, please enlighten me... We've just been given a hamster and a goldfish to look after for couple of weeks after it was abandoned by a friend's tenant... The hamster is so hyper, going crazy on that wheel and doing the monkey bars on the cage roof... It seems like the worst thing to do to such an active animal is to coop it up in a little 2 x1 mr cage... The goldfish would have had a whole lake, pond, river to swim and now it's in a small little aquarium... Why?? where's the compassion that the developed world keep patting it's back for?
We have one of these for our rabbit and they are decent enough for the money.

The comments re size are correct. We knocked of the side of it and added a metal run to give more space.
I just got a 6 month dwarf and i would appreciate some advise
1- how do i train her in a litter box, i put litter and hay but she kicks it out all over the cage.
2- she doesnt use the drink bottle so i put water in a dish but it spills all the time and i dont think she drinks much.

Thanks in advance!!
bokertov26/06/2019 15:38

I just got a 6 month dwarf and i would appreciate some advise1- how do i …I just got a 6 month dwarf and i would appreciate some advise1- how do i train her in a litter box, i put litter and hay but she kicks it out all over the cage.2- she doesnt use the drink bottle so i put water in a dish but it spills all the time and i dont think she drinks much.Thanks in advance!!


Watch what area she normally uses and put the litter box there. Get her neutered as 60% of females will develop uterine cancer if not neutered. Once done get her a friend. rabbit.org/faq…-2/ Rabbits need heavy water dishes or they tip them and throw them around. Is the bottle at the right height for her?
bokertov26/06/2019 15:38

I just got a 6 month dwarf and i would appreciate some advise1- how do i …I just got a 6 month dwarf and i would appreciate some advise1- how do i train her in a litter box, i put litter and hay but she kicks it out all over the cage.2- she doesnt use the drink bottle so i put water in a dish but it spills all the time and i dont think she drinks much.Thanks in advance!!


Get her neutered, will help with phantom pregnancy and aggressive behaviour.
Toilet training, I let them pick their own toilet corner and then just put the litter tray there and they carried on using it.

I use water bowls and they nearly always spill them too, but they get a much better drink. Just scatter a couple around.
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