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I recently adopted a 2 year old Dutch Dwarf, Oreo, from my local SPCA. As a temporary solution, I had him in an old rabbit cage, but it ...
Materials: 1/2" plywood, for the floors and top (cut at the store into three 24"x30" pieces) 3/8" plywood, for the sides (cut at the store into two 24"x36" ...
The easiest way to build this is from the bottom up. To start, attach feet to the 1/2 plywood that will be the floor by drilling down through ...
To make sure that my rabbit could get from one floor to the other, I cut out a section of the plywood intended to be the second floor. ...
Turn everything on its side and clamp one of the 24"x36" pieces of plywood in place. Screw the plywood to the corner supports in at least three places ...
Attach the second set of corner supports by screwing through the plywood. Once everything is sturdy, attach the top by drilling down into each corner support.
The kick plates serve two purposes: keep hay and whatnot inside the cage, and prevent the rabbit from pushing out the bottom of the door and getting pinned. ...
You can get more fancy than I did for the doors, but these ones look fine. Cut two vertical pieces and two horizontal pieces for each door, sized ...
Attach the ramp however you please. I ended up using a leftover piece of wood cut at 45° to keep everything stable, and another piece as a rest ...
You're done! At this point, you can finish the interior wood with something non-toxic, or insert plastic liners if your rabbit isn't quite litter trained. I wiped the ...
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