Assembles in 3 easy steps with no tools required. Simply unfold sides; hook side together by squeezing clips closed with fingers; then clip on the top. 1/2” x 1” floor mesh pattern is easy on small animals' feet. Top and side mesh pattern is 2” x 1”. Constructed with 14 gauge high tensile wire mesh. Cage door hinges at the top and opens up and inward. A latch hooks to the top for holding the door up and out of the way. The door opening has a plastic edge covering the wire ends for safety. See more
Saturday, August 1, 2009
The Schleich Rabbit Hutch is perfect for the Schleich Rabbits. This building does not require extra tooling for easy assembly. The combination of top quality wood and plastic parts results in a product of excellent design and quality. Rabbit Hutch stands on four legs and has double front doors, and a removable basket. See more
This small animal cage is great for rabbits & guinea pigs and can also be used as a breeder cage for puppies, kittens, and other animals. This cage includes 6.5 inches deep plastic pan, removable bottom grille, 2 large doors, and tubular steel stand with easy-rolling casters. The heavy-duty plastic pan is supported along the length of the cage for additional stability and can act as a urine guard if the cage is used without the bottom grille. The height listed includes the stand. See more.
Kit includes a 24" x 24" x 16" cage, plastic pull-out dropping pan, frame kit, 5" sifter feeder with lid, and 32 oz. water bottle. The ½" x 1" floor mesh pattern is easy on small animals' feet. Top and side mesh pattern is 2" x 1". Constructed with 14 gauge high tensile wire mesh. To assemble the cage, simply unfold and squeeze the clips closed with your fingers. The door hinges at the top and opens up and inward. A latch hooks to the top for holding the door up and out of the way. The door opening has a plastic edge covering the wire ends for safety. Made in the USA. See more.
My kids really liked this rabbit home because they said it actually was like a house: the bunny has a BEDROOM (bottom level), BATHROOM (pullout litter pan) and a KITCHEN (top level where food and water goes and stays clean). I really like this cage because:
1) It is THE EASIEST CAGE FOR CLEANING UP after a rabbit--just pull the litter box out of the front of the cage bottom to empty it without even opening the cage! The high sides around the litter box keep the litter from coming out of the cage. The cage comes apart easily and the individual pieces are lightweight and easy to rinse off.
2) This cage only TAKES UP ONLY A LITTLE FLOOR SPACE but gives the bunny the MOST POSSIBLE ROOM. The design of the litter box conserves space, the bed or burrow area below is roomy enough for him to really stretch out when he sleeps. The height of the top level is tall enought for him to really stand up on his hind legs and stretch up.
3) By using the natural instincts of the rabbit, THE UNIQUE DESIGN OF THIS CAGE MAKES IT EASY TO LITTER TRAIN A RABBIT. For example, I put a two-year-old rabbit with no prior litter box experience (she had always been kept in a cage with wire bottom) in this cage and she immediately knew just where to do her business. The uses of the different areas seem to automatically make sense to them using their instincts. I've since trained two male rabbits, one a baby, in this cage just as quickly.
4) If you have very small children, the lower level gives the rabbit some protection from being poked by the kids, but they can still see him through all the ventilation slots.--Gail Wright Lee "Galilee Mezzo" See more.