Like bunnies? Whether you want to be a successful rabbit breeder and decide to start your own commercial rabbitry or whether you’re just an ordinary person looking for a small furry animal to lighten up your day; your first and most important step to is to make sure that your rabbits are in good hands. This of course means, they need to have a good comfortable shelter. You can build your own rabbit cage or hutch suitable for indoors or outdoors or both, and your rabbit will feel comfy in it. Let’s see what you can build and make for your favorite bunnies, there’s a bunch of tutorials with free plans.
Cubes cages first become popular as housing for guinea pigs but their flexibility can be used to great effect for rabbit housing too. These grids can also be used to build excellent rabbit cages. They are very flexible and by combining multiple packs you can build very large cages. Read how to do that here.
This tutorial will tell you how to change a usual bunny cage into a bigger and more comfortable one. All the necessary supplies can be found in the closets stores, so go make one!
Does your rabbit need a little more space to hop around? Constructing a rabbit hutch takes some work, but if you are a do-it-yourself kind of person and want to add some homemade touches to your rabbit’s abode, it’s well worth the effort. Keep reading for instructions on building a great rabbit hutch.
This is a spacious and comfy outdoor rabbit hutch, for constructing it you’ll need some textured wood composite panels, though the whole project will take some time, you’ll love the result!
Does your rabbit need a nice space to live in outdoors? In order to construct a rabbit cage outside you will need some basic building tools and materials and some do-it-yourself know how. With a little bit of effort and time you can make a well-constructed rabbit’s cage that will help your rabbit live a happy and healthy life outside for years to come.
This project will tell you how to turn an ugly, poorly painted, but sturdy dresser into your bun’s personal heaven. Read how to renovate the piece and add all the necessary rabbit things in the source.
One more dresser project here! It’s a comfy cage for a rabbit with two drawers left for storing bunny things like food and other stuff, so comfy and everything is in one place. If you think that this rabbit hutch is too small, you can extend it even more using the leftover drawers.
This is a rabbit hutch for those who have several bunnies at a time. It’s made mostly for outdoors and for breeding rabbits for commercial purpose but you can repurpose it of course, make just one part or make it bigger for one bunny.
This tutorial will tell you how to build a high quality multi-level condo, like the one or a lovingly crafted home-built condo. You can also find out how to make a hay tray here as additional luxury.
This multi-level bunny hutch was made of a usual old dresser. Here the drawers are left for storage but you can repurpose them all to make even more levels!