Free Rabbit Cage Plans

When you decide to build your own rabbit cages, there are lots of places online that will provide free rabbit cage plans. They range from simple wire cages to full blown commercial rabbit barns. You can also find great plans for indoor cages as well as outdoor cages. Choose one that is suitable for your needs.

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If you are looking for an indoor cage, you can find a really cute one here: It is made primarily of wood and features two compartments for the rabbit to enjoy. There are wheels mounted on one end and a handle on the other so it can be pushed wheelbarrow style from one room to another. A ramp is included as part of the door so bunny can come out and play. This design is meant to be easy to clean.

If you have a lot of space indoors for a rabbit cage, you may want to take a look at these cages originally designed for guinea pigs. They also work great for rabbits.

Using these storage cubes, you can design a really nice cage for your rabbit that offers them a lot of space. You are limited only be your creativity. Explore the site a little bit and see how you can build large open cages, closed cages, and even two story cages. The floors are made of coroplast, making them easy to clean. This is a material you can often find at home improvement centers and it can easily be cut to fit your custom cage just right.

There are a couple really nice outdoor rabbit cage plans here:
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The first link gives you three different designs for hanging cages with a roof that you can arrange depending on how many rabbits you need to provide housing for. The second link shows you how to build a really simple cage with a solid roof that will keep your bunnies protected.

Some of these rabbit cage plans as well as others you may find online will require the assistance of someone with some construction experience. Others are laid out well enough that a beginner could put them together if they follow the directions carefully.

Of course, it is much easier to build these rabbit cages if you have the proper tools and materials. Prepare for building your cage by reading the instructions thoroughly and studying the drawings. Gather all of your materials together in one place so you don't need to interrupt your building to run off to the store.

You'll be amazed at how quickly your rabbit cage will come together. Before you know it, you'll have a nice home for your pet that you built yourself. Your rabbit will appreciate having a nice, secure place to call home.

Keep in mind what you need for your rabbit when choosing rabbit cage plans. Will your rabbit need to be protected from sun? Will they be up close to a protective wall or will they need something solid behind them? Do you need a portable cage or one that can be set up on a permanent basis?

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