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Thread: Small Bedroom, not enough space to keep the rabbit

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    Alpha Buck Julia25's Avatar
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    Default Small Bedroom, not enough space to keep the rabbit

    Were moving house to a 2 bedroom apartment, the buns currently live outside in a hutch but will soon have to live indoors.
    I've been looking at different housing options, free range, C&C etc
    My mom doesn't really want rabbits in my room but definitely not in the rest of the apartment so i've convinced here to see how it goes.
    I have a ferplast 120 cage which would be the base/litter tray.
    As the room is so small I'm going to have a loft bed ---> http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/ca...bedroom/19039/

    I need ideas on how to use the space efficiently, with enough space for the rabbits but also for me. The hay I'm going to store in a laundry hamper but also use it as a hay rack so its a two-in-one

    How can you make the most out of the space? Without it looking like a rabbit has taken over

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    Hi Julia. In order to advise I would need the measurements of the room.

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    Wise Old Thumper yaretzi's Avatar
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    If money allows, wall-mounted storage would be good as it gives them maximum floor space while giving you storage.

    Ikea have some units which can be wall-mounted: https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=wa...UIBygC#imgrc=_

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    How big is the room, and what else do you need space for in there?

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