thanks for helping a 12 year old...

by Lizzie
(Concord)

I have an English Angora rabbit who isn't the nicest little fella. I found out that he was aggressive because of his cage. It was WAY too small and his woolly fur kept getting caught in the hutch.

I found a better way to build a hutch by this website. Thank you for helping... Rue the rabbit thanks you as well :)



Glad I could help Lizzie. Too many rabbits are housed in cages that are too small. Your English Angora should mature at 7 to 7.5 pounds so will need a cage about 7.5 to 8 square foot to have enough room to exercise.

My Netherland Dwarfs max out at 2.5 to 3 pounds so can get by with an 18X24 cage but I use 24X24 because it is just as easy for me to build as the smaller cage and it is fun to watch them run laps inside their cages.

Don't forget that your Angora will need lots of grooming to keep the wool from getting messy.

Donald

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