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    thanks
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    Just in case you could use some more





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    Yep would defo love more thank you!
    especially ones with bunnies in (good to show size perspective when they're in it)
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    i wont post mine as its just a 6ft hutch and run

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    7x5ft shed with 6x4ft run







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    Quote Originally Posted by elaine84 View Post
    Yep would defo love more thank you!
    especially ones with bunnies in (good to show size perspective when they're in it)
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    difficult to see, but there's a blank french lop sitting in the litter tray in the second of my photos - he's the black blob
    You can also see him in the run in the first photo.

    This one has lola in

    and this one shows the height quite well


    but the roof wasn't finished in either of those so may not be great to use as examples.

    This was our old setup which is a 4x3 hutch over two 6x3 runs.

    no bunsters in the photo though I'm afraid.

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