What kind of housing is best for rabbits?

Rabbits need a safe and comfortable living space that provides them with room to move around, exercise, and explore. Here are some housing options for rabbits:

1. Indoor housing: An indoor enclosure can provide rabbits with a safe and comfortable living space. A cage or pen should be large enough for the rabbit to move around, stand up on their hind legs, and stretch out comfortably. The enclosure should also have a solid bottom to prevent injuries to the rabbit's feet.

2. Outdoor housing: Outdoor enclosures can provide rabbits with fresh air and a chance to graze on grass. The enclosure should be large enough to allow the rabbit to move around and should be securely fenced to protect the rabbit from predators. Rabbits should be provided with shelter from extreme weather conditions, such as a waterproof hutch or a sheltered area.

3. Free-range housing: Some rabbit owners choose to allow their rabbits to roam freely in their home or a secure outdoor area. Free-range rabbits require a lot of supervision and rabbit-proofing to prevent them from damaging furniture or chewing on electrical cords.

Regardless of the type of housing you choose, rabbits require daily exercise and social interaction. They should also have access to fresh water and a balanced diet of hay, fresh vegetables, and rabbit pellets. Always ensure that your rabbit's living space is clean and free of hazards, such as sharp edges or toxic substances.

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