Step 8: The ramp

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 for the ramp.

If your plywood is fairly smooth, you may have to attach some sort of grip. I used corrugated cardboard with one side ripped off and glued to the ramp. Works wonderfully. Some leftover carpet scraps or ribbed plastic would also work well.
<p>can i adjust this for a chinchilla?!?!?! </p>
<p>Super cool! I have bunnies, but I keep them outside. I wonder if I could make one of these for indoor visits... My dad especially would love being able to have a bunny inside for more than an hour.</p>
I love my rabbit to pieces, but not allowed to keep it inside! Maybe building an indoor hutch will allow me...
kewl ible,in the bunny world the word is HUTCH
It looks really good!!! you did a really god job. But just about how much did it cost to make this? i
I spent a bit less than $100 for all the materials, however, that also included about 3/4 of a sheet of plywood that will be used for another project, quite a bit of leftover smaller wood and trim that I ended up not needing, and two boxes of screw sizes that I didn't own before. <br> <br>If you have leftovers from previous projects, it would obviously cost a lot less. <br> <br>That's half the price of a similarly sized cage at my local pet stores, and way better looking, even without paint.
Cage is a bad word in the bunny world. Apartment, I think would be better. Good job. Nothing says your bunny's home should be ugly.
nice work, looks like a nice home for Oreo.
That looks great! :)

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