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How to potty train your rabbit

How to potty train a rabbit fast?

You woke up one morning and found that your bunnies did not make your living room dirty with their poops and there is no urine odor.

I have experienced the quite opposite though when my bunny came home for the first time.

But, fortunately, my experience with my rabbits have taught me how to potty train a rabbit fast, which you are going to learn in this article.

Dealing with a couple of cute rabbits have taught me how to litter train a bunny to accept a potty or litter box in a short time that I have shared in this article.

As someone wise once said:

The only source of knowledge is the experience.

Lucky for you as you do not have to wait for the experience. After you finish reading this article and apply all the techniques I have suggested, your rabbit will soon stop using your house as a large litter box.

AND you will save yourself from the nuisance of cleaning rabbit poops here and there and become an excellent rabbit guardian.

Can rabbits be potty trained?

The answer is YES. Rabbits are very intelligent animals and can quickly adopt new habits.

It is all about building a spayed or neutered rabbit’s habit of using a litter box. Rabbits can be taught so many tricks.

But depending on rabbit breeds and a rabbit’s age the time for them to acquire all the new habits may vary.

How to potty train a rabbit fast and spare yourself from the cleaning nuisance?

Start with a litter box filled with timothy hay and a layer of newspaper at the bottom to soak all the urine.

Then leave some rabbit poops in the litter box for your rabbits to realize it’s their toilet.

Next place the litter box where your rabbits prefer to go for pooping and urinating.

Now continue reading for a more elaborate understanding on how to litter train a bunny in a free range environment. As well as if you want to discover how to litter train a bunny in a hutch read here.

Now that I have your attention:

First, understand this litter training or teaching your rabbit to use the potty as a toilet is not difficult at all.

As well as to teach your rabbit to use the litter tray/potty, you have to spay/neuter your rabbits first. Without this first step, litter training the baby bunnies will be extremely hard.

However, you as your rabbits’ guardian you have to be patient during the training period.

Because rabbits are a habitual animal. You have to allow them the time to build their habit of using the potty.

Once they have acquired the habit of going to the litter box/potty when necessary, your rabbits or bunnies will stop using your house as a large litter box.

Although I definitely did not want my house to be the bunny’s large litter box, she did not realize that in the beginning.

But occasionally you will find even potty trained rabbits poop here and there in your house for several reasons which I will explain later in this article.

How to litter train a bunny and keep your house clean?

As I said litter training your bunnies are all about giving them the time to build their new habit. You as the guardian have to assist them as well to build the habit.

How can you teach them good manners?

Here’s the deal:

You have to limit your bunnies running space or restrict them in a smaller space from the beginning to litter train them.

In this post, I will particularly only talk about litter training a rabbit in the house or in a cage-free environment.


The restricted zone can be a room in your house, or a playpen or even a hutch. Within the restricted space put a litter box in a corner.

Or maybe two litter boxes in two corners as your desire. Do you know why I said to place the litter box/potty in the corners? Because rabbits usually consider the corners as their toilet.


Observe your rabbit how s/he behaves within the constrained room or the playpen and where s/he goes to the toilet.

If your rabbit uses the litter box, then it is great that she is already getting used to with the litter training and adapting to a new habit.

However, if your rabbits don’t go anywhere near the potty and use any other corner of your room as his/her toilet, you have to deal with that.

Some stubborn rabbit really does not like to build new habits.

How do you bargain with this behavior without forcing them?

You simply set the litter box/potty in the corner where your rabbit prefers to go to the toilet. Upon observing that and once you have spotted the corner you have to shift the rabbit litter box in the one specific corner.

It is much better if you use more than one litter box. Now frequently keep an eye on your rabbit within the enclosed area of your rabbits.

If they are not using the litter box at all, then it is the time you take steps and teach them some manner.

Obviously, you cannot be so harsh on these small cute animals due to the reason rabbits get nervous very easily.

How do you discipline stubborn rabbits and ensure they get potty trained?

All that you have to do now is:

When you see your rabbit is pooping or urinating everywhere except the potty/litter box, promptly move them and place them in the litter box once you see them.

As well as take some of their droppings and leave it in the litter box to show them where they must go when its toilet time.

And after you place them on the potty slowly pet them and admire them for being a good bunny. Your rabbit will love the pet and begin to realize what was the purpose of petting.

Once s/he realizes that the litter box is the only place where s/he must poop and pee, he/she will stop making your house dirty.

We are what we repeatedly do.

Success is not an action

But a HABIT.


Similarly, while litter training your baby bunnies the rabbit litter box you provide for them will play an important role in comprehending them the litter box as a toilet.

Hence later in the article, I have written on bunny litter box ideas.

Finally, once you are satisfied with your rabbits’ behavior that he/she has learned to use the potty as required, you can slowly increase your rabbits’ territory.

Expand the area she is restricted to.

But there’s a catch:

Do not rush to expand you rabbits territory to the full house, that will overwhelm your rabbits and then s/he will break out of the habit of using the potty/litter box and start pooping and urinating anywhere she finds it comfortable.

Hence it is very important to slowly expand a bunnies territory. Using a rabbit pen is extremely helpful in situations like these. Read here about the best rabbit playpen.

Potty training a rabbit will be even easier for you if you continue reading this article.

How long does it take to litter train a rabbit?

Litter training a rabbit doesn’t take very long. Potty training a rabbit may take up to one week or more. But in some cases, it is difficult to teach a stubborn rabbit.

For some rabbits, it might take a lot longer to train them on how to use a potty. In that situation, you have to be very patient and let your rabbit develop the habit.

In general, a bunny will take more or less a week to learn and you will have to gradually increase the bunny’s territory in order to improve her manner.

Neither It is going to happen overnight nor without your proper observation. You have to observe your rabbit behavior and pet your rabbits when they do the right thing.

It wouldn’t be very difficult as you may think but will require your patience.

In the case of headstrong rabbits that do not want to use the litter box/potty as their toilet, you will have to give more than a week.

Some naughty rabbits will kick the litter out of the litter box, and some may stand on the edge of the litter box to spray urine out of the potty.

In such cases like that, you can use a litter box with a cover or urine guard. Read more about this in the next subhead.

Bunny litter box ideas.

Now that you already know how to potty train a rabbit fast, you might be asking which is the best bunny litter box or some bunny litter box ideas.

These following paragraphs are all about the bunny litter box.

See bunny litter boxes must be large enough to comfy your rabbits. Do not buy a litter tray that is too small.

If the litter tray is too small for your rabbits, then you rabbits will definitely not use it as a potty. To train them to use a potty you have to buy a litter tray that is big enough.

Commercial rabbit litter trays sold in pet stores are often too small, and I never buy one of those. It has been always a waste of money purchasing those litter boxes.

So which is the perfect litter tray for rabbits?

Cat litter boxes or any large tray from hardware stores that is compatible with your rabbits’ size.

Choose litter trays with a hood or maybe high side rails that way it will prevent your rabbits from spraying urine outside of the tray.

I find this litter tray for cats which can be used for rabbits as well to be the perfect shape and size >>> Litter box for bunnies.

How to place rabbit litter and tray to keep your rabbits unharmed?

Now that you already know which litter tray to buy and which litter is most suitable for your rabbit, you have to now fill up the tray for your rabbit so that your rabbit understand it is their go-to place for a pee or to dump their droppings.

The first layer in the litter box must be newspapers so that the newspapers will soak all the urine. Bed the newspaper first and then fill up the tray with the second layer of rabbit litter.

Rabbit litters also do the same task absorbing all the urine similar to the newspaper. But rabbit litter can control the odor of rabbit urine, unlike newspapers.

Carefresh rabbit litter has excellent reviews of controlling the ammonia smell for days.

Hence rabbit litter is a must. Though some people do not use rabbit litter. It is also fine to use only newspaper but it will not control the strong smell of rabbit urine.

That’s not all:

The final layer in your rabbit litter tray will be an inch of timothy hay. Do not use any other hay. Plainly Timothy Hay is the best option here.

Learn more about >>> The best rabbit hay.

Do not use dusty hay because that will do more harm to your rabbits’ health. As your Rabbits’ guardian do you want something that is unsafe for them?

Once you are done with these three layers, place some rabbit poops in it and maybe use some hay that is soaked in rabbit urine already.

Finally, station your litter box/tray/potty in the most suitable area of your rabbits’ training zone. That way your rabbit will understand that it is a potty for them.

What to use for rabbit litter for risk-free health?

I see many people use a different kind of stuff as an alternative to rabbit litter. But trust me on this, while saving a few bucks not buying harmless rabbit litter, you are actually risking your rabbit’s health.

You must always use organic litter which is made only for rabbit litter boxes. Do not use cat litter for the rabbit because rabbit often eats the litter, and cat litters are unhealthy for your rabbits.

Always buy rabbit litters that are made from alfalfa, oats, or citrus. Because once your rabbits are properly trained they will spend a lot of time in the litter box.

So you must only choose the best litter for your rabbits.

Due to the reason rabbit urine has a strong smell a citrus flavor litter will absorb all the urine preventing your house from smelling like pee.

I always choose all natural CAREFRESH brand litter for rabbits. If Carefresh rabbit litter is not available at your nearest pet store then look for Yesterday’s News litter.

But ordering them online is always cheaper. Go here:

  1. Carefresh rabbit litter
  2. Yesterday’s News litter

If none of these two are available at your favorite pet store you can always find them in Amazon.

How often should you clean your rabbit litter box?

There is no time limit for when you must clean a rabbits litter box, however, the more often you clean their litter box the happier your bunnies will be.

A clean litter box encourages rabbits to use them. Therefore to avoid intended accidents it is best to clean the litter box once every week.

You can use the rabbit poops as fertilizers for plants. Next, simply use white vinegar to soak wet the litter box.

White vinegar is perfect for removing any urine stains. Do not use any soap or smelly chemical to clean their litter box because rabbits are very sensitive to smells.

If the litter box smells like soap, your rabbits will definitely avoid using the litter box.

So don’t be surprised to see your bunnies not using the litter box as a potty anymore once you have washed the litter box with soap.

Is cat litter safe for rabbits?

Many rabbit guardians have a cat in the house together with their rabbits. So, it may come into their mind to use cat litter for their rabbits’ litter box as well.

So do you think whether can you use cat litter for bunnies?

The answer is an absolute NO-NO for rabbits. Due to the fact rabbits may chew in their litter, cat litter can be fatal for your rabbits.

Clay cat litters are made from materials that can cause lungs and liver problems for your rabbits. Any dusty litter must be avoided to keep your rabbits healthy.

Choose Carefresh rabbit litter or if you want litter for both your cats and rabbits together then purchase Yesterday’s News cat litter only.

Yesterday’s News cat litter is recommended for both rabbits and cats because it is paper-based.


Litter training a rabbit is not a difficult task. As rabbits are a habitual animal, it requires only time to build this habit in rabbits.

If you are willing to teach your rabbit some good manners, you have to be patient too during the process.

In this article, I have written about litter training a rabbit in the house.

Overall, the takeaway from this article is about the process of how to potty train a rabbit fast.

However, if you are interested in learning how to litter train a rabbit in a hutch – Click Here.

Some people may prefer to keep their rabbits in a hutch most of the time, so for people who like to keep their rabbit in a hutch, it is equally important for them to litter train the rabbits.

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How to give your rabbit a bath?

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Do you need to give your rabbit a bath? But are you concerned about the health issues your rabbit might get after a bath?

In this article, you will know how to give your rabbit a bath the correct way and the safety measure you must consider to avoid rabbit bath shock.

After reading this article you can shower your rabbit with lukewarm water and avoid any health issues in order to keep your rabbit both clean and happy.

How to give your rabbit a bath?

First, I want to explain a little about bunny or rabbit bath. Rabbits are naturally wild animals later domesticated in Europe.

Although they are domesticated today, they are not very different from the ones in the woods. So, rabbits don’t need a shower. Like cats, they self-groom to keep themselves clean.

Rabbits are a naturally very clean animal. They always groom themselves and stay tidy. AND they hate water.

The reason, why do they hate water?

Because they have a dense fur and their skin is thin. So once they get soaked in water it is not easy for them to dry up quickly due to the dense fur.

And the light skin beneath the fur makes them feel cold all day. And will result in hypothermia. That’s why rabbits don’t like water so much.


It is best to avoid giving your rabbit a bath unless it is really necessary. I usually don’t bathe my rabbit, because my rabbits are mostly indoors and hardly gets dirty.

I gave her a bath when she had a bad bowel movement and she was having soft stools. Soft stools stuck in her anus region as well as in her feet.

There was no other option to clean her except rinsing with water. Yet I could clean her booty using cornstarch baby powder instead I just gave her a full bath.

To give your rabbit a bath properly first get some lukewarm water. The water must not be cold. Do not use cold water because it can be deadly for your rabbit.

Test it yourself whether water is too hot or not. If you can’t put your hands in the water without a shock then it’s going to be very unexpected for your rabbit too. Water must be comfortable for your hands meaning it’s right for your rabbit too.

Put an inch of lukewarm water in a tub. Then use a towel to carpet the tub/sink so that your rabbit can have grips while having a bath.

how to give your rabbit a bath



Use a rabbit safe shampoo which is odorless in the water. I normally use a tablespoon of shampoo. Do not expose your rabbits directly to the shampoo.

After doing so let your rabbit sit in the tub/sink. Hold your rabbit gently and firmly so that she can’t jump. Rinse your rabbit slowly with the water in the tub. Rub very smoothly to not hurt your rabbit.

That’s not all:

You have to now turn your rabbit into trance position or you can hold your rabbit gently in a standing position. The standing position is fine if your rabbit can support using their rear legs.

Now it is time for you to clean her genital area using your hand. Slowly rub and clean any stool and urine present in the region.

Don’t soak wet your rabbit’s nose. Your rabbit will have a hard time if you do so.

Gently rub your rabbit with your hands. Don’t be too harsh because rabbit’s skin is really soft and it might tear. You don’t want that to happen.


Once you are done cleaning then change the water in the tub with clean lukewarm water, to rinse your rabbit off all the shampoo.

Slowly rub and rinse off all the soap off your rabbit, and bring your rabbit out of the water. Don’t let any soapy water stay on your rabbit.


Wrap your rabbit with a dry towel and gently wipe her fur dry using the towel. Once you are satisfied that the fur is dry, you can now use an animal blow dryer to dry your rabbits. (Blow dryer is optional but better to use one for your rabbit’s care)

Set your blow dryer on the lowest setting and blow-dry your rabbit’s fur so that your rabbit is completely dry and doesn’t catch a cold.

While blow-drying, keep your hand between the blow dryer and your rabbit’s skin to avoid burning your rabbit’s thin skin.

Remember this your rabbit’s skin is very sensitive.

If you have any other suggestions or questions on how to give your rabbit a bath please comment below. I will reply to you shortly.

How to clean a bunny poopy butt without water?

Your rabbits can have a poopy butt mostly because of irregular digestion. Too much soft stools can be stuck into the anus region of your rabbit.

In that case, I mostly like to clean it using water, however, if you really don’t want to use water or completely bathe your rabbit. the only thing you can do is dry cleaning using baby cornstarch powder for rabbits.

You may think it is fine to use regular baby powder or any talc for the purpose. But it’s not safe for your rabbits. Rabbit skin is very delicate and using anything harsh can cause irritation or rashes.

Now that you know which powder to use, discover how to clean your bunny without water:

When you are giving your rabbit a dry bath or trying to clean the poop off your rabbit’s bum, hold her gently in a standing posture resting on their rear legs so that you don’t stress her spine.

Rabbit has soft bones and you might easily hurt her backbone if you don’t let her rest on her legs.


When your rabbit is standing, gently put some baby cornstarch powder for rabbits on areas where there are poops. After you use some powder the poops will be easier to brush off using a comb.

Once you have cleaned the poops, now it is time to clean any powder remained on your rabbit’s fur. Smoothly clean your rabbit’s fur off any baby cornstarch powder so that your rabbit doesn’t get any rashes.

Here’s a Bonus:

To clean stains off your rabbit’s feet use a towel soaked in vinegar and rub it on your rabbit’s feet to clean it. But never try to trim the fur in your rabbit’s feet to remove stains or dirt.

Doing so will be very harmful to your rabbits. The fur in your rabbit’s feet is like shoes for your rabbit to walk and run. Trimming the fur in their feet will make your rabbit uncomfortable.

Don’t rush this cleaning process too. Do it as gently as you are giving a shower to your rabbit.

Rabbits are naturally very clean animals, hence it is not required to give them wet cleaning or a dry bath unless it is really necessary or when your rabbit is sick to the point that they can’t self-groom anymore.

Rabbit-safe shampoo.

Due to the fact rabbit skin is extremely sensitive and soft, you can’t use any regular shampoo or baby shampoo to clean your rabbit.

Some may say using shampoo of other pets like dogs and cats are fine for the rabbit. But I say do not use anything other than a rabbit safe shampoo.

If you use a regular shampoo to bathe your rabbit, the ingredients might be to harsh for your rabbit’s soft skin and will dry out the soft and may cause irritation for your rabbit.

The irritation will lead to stress which may cause health damage to your cute house rabbit.

Best practice is to not give a bath to your rabbit unless it’s very urgent, and using any shampoo other than rabbit-safe shampoo will make the condition worse.

Also do not use any soap or shampoo that is highly fragrant, because rabbits are very sensitive to smell. So if you use a shampoo that has a floral aroma in it, the smell is going to be very annoying for your rabbit after the shower.

Rabbits are comfortable with their own smell. The fragrance will be upsetting for your rabbit if lasts for too long.

I have found this non-perfumed shampoo, to be better than most other products in the market.

Understanding rabbit bath shock to avoid hurting your rabbit.

Most rabbit guardians are worried whether to give their rabbit a bath or not. Now that you already know rabbits are self-grooming animals, they don’t require a bath unless it is really essential.

A rabbit only appreciates a bath if he/she is sick. You as a guardian must give them a bath only to clean when your rabbits are urine or poop dirty.

That’s why I have explained how to give your rabbit a bath in this article.

Rabbits don’t like water and getting them drenched in water can be traumatic for them. Water can cause stress for them and then lead to a shock.

Rabbits are small animals and very sensitive, so a shock might stop their heartbeats and can be deadly for them. The last thing you want is to hurt these cute small animals.

Yes, there are many rabbits out there that like the feel of water, but not all of them.

You will find it out easily once you take your rabbit close to water whether they like water or not. Whenever you prepare to bathe your rabbit, always be extra careful, and follow the instructions mentioned above.

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Buy Cheap Rabbit Cages for Sale.

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Are you looking for a rabbit cage or a rabbit condo for sale? You are determined to buy rabbits and want to give your rabbit the most comfortable and safest enclosure.

Well, I am going to tell which will be the best enclosure for these adorable small animals. I have compared and found the six best cheap rabbit cages for sale all under 99 USD.

After reading this article you can conclude which is the most suitable outdoor and indoor bunny cage for your rabbits as well as you can simply buy a rabbit cage online.

In this post, I have explained about spacious and safe rabbit cages for both indoors and outdoors. Similarly, I have written about the only best indoor bunny condo out there in the market.

In case you don’t have the time to read this extended article, you may merely check the TOP 6 Cheap Rabbit Cages by clicking the links below:

  1. Deluxe Rabbit Habitat
  2. Indoor Rabbit Condo
  3. Rabbit PlayPen DIY
  4. Trixie Rabbit Hutch for Outdoor
  5. Merax Outdoor Rabbit Cage
  6. SmithBuilt Outdoor Rabbit Condo

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Having a cute pet rabbit is easy but choosing an excellent home for this cute animal is the difficult part. But I will help ease your trouble.

Factors to consider before buying cheap rabbit cages for sale.

  • How many rabbits will you buy now?
  • Are you going to buy one today and buy two more rabbits later? Perhaps you will fall in love with rabbits and buy more.
  • Where will you keep your rabbits? Indoors or outdoors?
  • How often are you going to clean your rabbit cages?
  • Do you have enough space to place a large rabbit cage or you need an indoor bunny condo?

What’s the bottom line?

Considering all these three factors before buying bunny crates is important in order to not spend on buying another bunny cage in the future.

So, I always suggest buying a bigger enclosure.

Likewise, if you have two small rabbits today and you can accommodate them in a small cage, eventually they will grow up and the room inside the bunny cage will not be sufficient for them to move.

Do you want to irritate these small animals in a small room? I don’t think so.

Let me say this, whatever you buy online or from an offline pet shop, you will always receive what you pay for.


I don’t think it’s a better option to always buy cheap rabbit cages. Cheap rabbit cages often don’t include the necessary accessories for your rabbit.

Meaning you have to spend some extra bucks on buying the necessary accessories for your bunny.

However, from my personal recognition, I have found these six cages described below are the best compared to all other cheap rabbit cages.

Why is that?

Although you pay under 100 USD for the rabbit cages described below, these bunny cages come with the basic accessories required for your rabbit.

They include:

  • The food dish
  • Liquid feeder
  • Litter box
  • Pull out tray
  • Other features.

A cheap cage often may not come with all the useful things for a rabbit.

Purchasing all these goods separately will result in more expenditure for you.

Yet if you are looking for rabbit cages in the lower end, continue reading because this article is all about affordable rabbit cages.

Cheap indoor rabbit cages for rabbits’ maximum comfort.

There are several kinds of bunny cages you can buy online and offline for indoors. Depending on the factors mentioned above and your personal obligations, you can purchase any one of them.

I have written in details about the three kinds of cheap indoor rabbit cages.

Number 1 in the Top 3 cheap indoor rabbit cages.

My first recommendation for any bunny lover is the Cheap deluxe rabbit habitat. This cage is perfect for keeping your rabbit indoors.

If you are concerned about providing your rabbit some extra room, then there is no better option than this Deluxe rabbit habitat. Rabbits are small animals and don’t require a lot of space to play around.

But it doesn’t’ mean your bunny will not be happy with this large cage to be active inside.

I personally like to let the rabbit run around in my house. But if you don’t want your rabbit to litter everywhere around your house, then buy this bunny cage. (Learn to litter train your rabbits here)

Don’t underestimate the size of this crate seeing from the picture. This cage is actually enormous for two or three full-grown rabbits.

This rabbit cage comes in several different sizes and pricing. To check the current price click here.

This cheap indoor rabbit cage comes with a food dish, a liquid feeder, and a hay guard. So that you don’t have to pay that extra money for purchasing all the necessary accessories.

It comes with all the good stuff you need for your rabbits’ comfort.

The best part:

The food dish and the rabbit feeder is located outside the cage enclosure, which allows you to easily refill when it’s required.

Your rabbit can eat from inside the cage and, not having the feeders inside the cage will allow your rabbits with some extra room for themselves.

Your rabbits are definitely going to love this new home.

Are you about to buy your first rabbit? Then no need to think further just buy this cheap rabbit cage online or from your nearest pet shop.

The cage is large and has a plastic bottom, which makes it less heavy and can easily be moved around in case you have to.

It can be opened from the top, for easy access for you inside the cage. Whenever you want your little bunny to run around in the house you can pull them out of the cage and let them run in your house.

That’s’ not all:

This rabbit cage already has a small compartment inside the cage for your cute pet animals to hide when they want.

Your sweet bunny has a personal room whenever they need a quiet place to sleep or rest anytime. Rabbits are small animals and often like to hide if they are scared.

This cage has that small room for your rabbits to relax when they need to.

Overall this living world deluxe rabbit habitat is perfect for any rabbit lover who wants to keep their rabbit indoor yet give all the comforts to them.

However, before you bring your first rabbit home read here >>> Bunny facts for new owners.

My second favorite cage for indoor rabbits is:

2. The Indoor Rabbit Condo for Sale – Multi level Rabbit Hutch?

This particular rabbit condo is a great option for someone who has only one bunny. I wouldn’t really recommend this four level 36 inches condo for someone who has two or more rabbits.

First, this condo is not so spacious. Yes, it does have four levels for your rabbit to play around climbing up and down but it doesn’t have that space to accommodate two medium-sized rabbits.

I wouldn’t consider buying this cage even for two baby rabbits because eventually your rabbits will grow and you will have to spend again on a bigger bunny cage.

Here’s the deal:

If your goal is to buy a cheap indoor bunny condo for one rabbit then this rabbit condo is perfect for indoors.

Do you fancy a multi-level rabbit hutch?

You may allow your bunny to play around your apartment all day and pass her inside the cage only during the night. Everything depends on your mood.

Likewise, with the rabbit being in the cage all day, it won’t mind because s/he can stay active inside this indoor rabbit condo all day.

Now this rabbit condo comes with the same accessories as the deluxe rabbit habitat. This four-level condo has a food dish and a liquid feeder located outside.


Locating the food dish and the liquid feeder outside the cage saves some room inside for the rabbit.

Are you worried about what your bunny will eat in case you are not home? Well, you simply leave some food in the dish and your rabbit can eat whenever they are hungry.

You can refill it from outside the cage when the food finishes.

This indoor bunny condo has a removable tray in the bottom for cleaning all the waste your rabbit produces.

Some cages don’t include the tray which makes cleaning the cage a hassle.

The more difficult part:

You have to train your rabbit to learn how to use the litter box. Want to know how to litter train a rabbit?

Learn now or else you will be tired of cleaning your floor every time your rabbit makes it dirty.

You see when I didn’t teach my rabbit to use the potty, she used my full apartment as her litter box, especially my couch was her favorite spot.

Trust me cleaning gets really annoying once you have to do that every time they poop or pee. Especially if your bunny runs around in the house and pees everywhere, the house becomes very stinky.

But at least this four-floor rabbit condo will save you from the trouble.

This rabbit condo comes with wheels too. Often times when cleaning your house you can quickly move this rabbit condo from one place to another.

The wheels are removable and you can keep your bunny condo static without the wheels. But having wheels will benefit you a lot.

If in case you want to shift your rabbit cage outside of your house and let the rabbit get refreshed by the daylight that’s also effortless with this rabbit condo.

So, don’t think further there is no cheaper rabbit condo for sale.

>>> Click Here to check the current pricing of this multi level rabbit hutch <<<

My third choice for indoor is this rabbit fence style cage. It’s not a cage but it’s a fence.

3. DIY Rabbit Cage or Fence.

I have purchased this fence to give my rabbit a little playground. I personally use it together with my other cages. It allows my rabbit to get more fresh with space she can run around.

This pet fence is excellent only if you have enough space indoors. Because this DIY indoor cheap rabbit cage or fence is customizable and requires a bigger space once fully assembled.

However, this DIY fence can be used to build an indoor bunny condo too. For the least space, you can use two or three sets of this fence to build a bunny condo.

The space inside a cage is never enough for a healthy rabbit. Maybe you don’t want your rabbit to run around in your apartment and litter everywhere. Then this enclosure is the right choice for you.

It gives your rabbit a larger space than any affordable bunny cages, yet the rabbit’s movement is restricted within a zone.

This is a DIY fence. Assemble it the way you want it. Check Out this Play Pen Here.

One last thing about this fence style cheap indoor rabbit cage:

Rabbit is an active animal and likes jumping around. So it’s normal for your rabbit to jump over the fence and come out in the open.

So, to prevent your bunny from doing that, you have to build the fence higher. As well as you can create a top for the fence using this DIY rabbit enclosure.

My guess is to create a large enough enclosure with a top you will probably have to order two sets of these fences. Check the current pricing for DIY indoor fence.

There is one downside to this fence and that is it can slide through a slippery floor. So to prevent your rabbit from pushing around the whole fence is by using a mat under it.

That way the rabbit can’t move the bunny enclosure anymore.

This cheap indoor rabbit cage is extremely easy to assemble and due to the ease of assembly, this enclosure is very portable, in case you need to move often with your rabbit.

Another use of this DIY fence is to bunny-proof your house. Read Here >>> How to bunny proof your house?

Indoor rabbit cages with pull out tray for quick cleaning.

Every time your rabbit litters, you have to clean it. The worst thing I did in the past I let my bunny run around in my apartment. That resulted in her to pee and poop everywhere in the house making my house super stinky.

The worst part?

My rabbit’s favorite toilet spot was my couch. But it all happened in the beginning when I didn’t know a lot about rabbit behavior.

At the time I just bring the bunny home and let her play around.

Now that I know:

I suggest it’s necessary to train your rabbit to use a litter box and their cage must have a pull-out tray.

So, if you are a new rabbit lover or have the intention to go get a pet bunny soon, then always buy a cage that has a pull-out tray.

As well as train your rabbit to use a litter box regardless your cage has or doesn’t have a pull-out tray.

Now that I have explained about perfect indoor cheap rabbit cages for sale, NOW I will write about my top choices for outdoor rabbit cages.

Things you must know before buying outdoor rabbit cages.

A rabbit is a small animal and is an easy target for other big animals. Even a cat can harm your pet rabbit. A dog might run over your rabbit and your rabbit will be injured.

They have soft bones and can easily be hurt.

Rabbits are easy prey for eagles. So when you have a pet rabbit it’s wisest to give them an enclosure with a top and proper ventilation.

A rabbit loves to relax in a quiet place. So consider having a small compartment where your pet rabbit can relax or sleep when it’s necessary.

Rabbits love eating all day. That’s not actually a bad thing. They look absolutely cute when they are chewing on hay.

So you must think about having food dish and liquid feeder that will supply enough food for your rabbit all day.

Because you have to refill the feeder continuously and clean the litter that is everywhere it’s going to become annoying in the long run.

If you are a busy person then your rabbit is going to starve.

You must ask yourself first:

  • How many rabbits are you going to have?
  • Are you going to acquire more pet rabbits?

My Top 3 Cheap Outdoor Rabbit Cages for Sale.

Trixie rabbit hutch with outdoor run.

Trixie rabbit hutch has the number one spot on my list of top outdoor rabbit cages.

I choose this rabbit cage as number 1 because no other rabbit hutch can beat the size, and quality at such a low price.

This 3 feet tall rabbit habitat comes with a solid top which is perfect for outdoors, to protect your rabbit from extreme sunlight and in the rainy season.

This condo type rabbit hutch allows plenty of space for two rabbits. Depending on rabbit breeds you may try to accommodate a maximum of three rabbits.

This bottomless cage can be placed anywhere and works best for your rabbit if you set it on the grass.

Your rabbit will love to play all day and run around in the grass within the enclosure.

You are busy with your work while your rabbit can still enjoy themselves.

Want to know the best part?

This condo type outdoor rabbit hutch has double compartment upstairs. In case your rabbit needs to hide or wants to sleep in silence, they can go disappear in the private compartment.


You might be thinking about cleaning the hutch. Both the roof can be opened and this rabbit hutch has several doors that allow for access to every corner of the rabbit cage for cleaning purposes.

Plus it comes with a pull out tray which is located below the upstairs compartment. Anytime you need to clean just draw the trey and clean it.

Sometimes the pull out tray is not very helpful. So I suggest you might as well keep a litter box inside your hutch, and train your rabbit how to use it.

Read here >>> How to litter train a rabbit in a hutch?

Make sure you have a screwdriver because you will have to screw a lot of attachments. But no worries this outdoor cage comes with easy and good instructions. All the holes are marked for the screws to lessen your hassle.

There is one downside to this product which is not a big deal, and for the price, I paid I didn’t expect better. The only problem is if you assemble it poorly, the screws will pop out if you are moving this hutch very often. You may need extra hinges to solve this problem.

Finally, this rabbit hutch is an excellent choice to keep your rabbits safe outdoor. But it is best for only two rabbits depending on the size of the breed.

If you are thinking about accommodating three medium-sized rabbits in this cage, that’s a no-no for me.

If you have more rabbits, it’s best to order two of these cages. It is very affordable to buy rabbit cages online compared to other cheap rabbit cages for sale offline or any pet shop.

Check the current price of TRIXIE Rabbit Hutch HERE.

Merax wooden outdoor rabbit cage.

My second best cage on the list is the Merax rabbit hutch. This 4 feet long and 3 feet high wooden hutch has landed the second position due to the heavy duty wood it is made from.

Without a doubt this cage is durable. With a solid top and the heavy waterproof woods, the hutch is perfect for outdoors even in the rainy season.

This hutch is excellent for two rabbits to run around during the day.

Are you looking for something to keep your rabbits safe from predators?

That’s not all:

For the maximum comfort of your rabbit this cage has no bottom, so you can place this hutch over grass, and let your rabbits run on the grass during the day.

In case you don’t like this rabbit cage without a base, you can go to any hardware store and purchase sheet of plywood to glue it to the bottom by yourself. It works fine.

The compartment upstairs is great for your rabbit to sleep, relax and hide.

The top is actually removable so in order to not disturb your rabbits by removing the top while they are sleeping read here to understand their sleeping habits >>> Where and when does a rabbit sleep?

Why does the removable top matter?

It allows you for easy access to the compartment for cleaning. Like my first choice, this outdoor cage has a pull-out slider tray for cleaning as well.

However, this Merax rabbit cage has limited access inside compared to the Trixie rabbit hutch Trixie rabbit hutch has more access to the compartments as well as the downstairs enclosure.

Train your bunnies to use a litter box. If they are not well trained and makes dirty downstairs, you will have a hard time cleaning that place because the bottom has very limited access to only a door in one end.

The reason it is my second best option:

You must not move or shift the location of your cage very often. Though the quality of the wood is good, moving it too much will loosen the hinges and screws might break loose.

Set it up in one place and just leave it there. The fence is strong and will prevent your rabbits from cat paws or any other predators.

Pre-drilled holes and the instructions manual make even easier to construct this hutch for your rabbits.

Overall this outdoor rabbit cage is a good option for your rabbit if they like to jump around all day long. Maximum of two rabbits can be kept in this cage.

>>> Check the current price of Merax Rabbit Cage. <<<

SmithBuilt Rabbit Hutch for outdoors.

I kept the last spot on my top list for the SmithBuilt condo type outdoor rabbit cage.

You might be wondering why.

Because it’s not the perfect cage like the two I mentioned above yet it does a very good job of protecting your cute pets outdoor.

This rabbit hutch is similar to an indoor bunny condo only made for outdoors.

The rabbit enclosure is made of waterproof woods to prevent your rabbits from rain and extreme sunlight so that you don’t have to bother much due to changes in seasons.

The chicken wires have a durable epoxy coating, prevents it from rusts and corrosion, meaning less maintenance is required on your part.


This 4 feet long cage is durable, well built, but has a little higher price than the other two outdoor cages of my choice.

The number of inhabitants?

With plenty of room upstairs and downstairs, this bunny condo is perfect for two rabbits and a maximum of three.

A small compartment upstairs enabling your rabbit to hide if it is necessary. But the removable top doesn’t allow your rabbit to hide from you.

The best part?

A trap door between the two floors allows you for easy cleaning by limiting access to your rabbits while you have to. Also, the removable top allows you to clean the upstairs including the compartment with ease.

Although it comes with a tray drawer for cleaning, the multiple doors in this cage allow you to clean anywhere you think it’s required.

Easy to assemble and comes with instructions. Being this rabbit cage durable you can move it around every once in a while if it is required to.

Considering so many cheap rabbit cages for sale out there, this product is excellent too for the price you pay.

>>> CLICK HERE to check the current price of this product. <<<

Did you know for outdoor elevated rabbit cages are safe?

There are many animals that are hostile towards the rabbit, and if it’s not a multi level rabbit hutch, I will not consider buying that for outdoors.

The rabbit will sleep upstairs and that will keep my rabbits a lot safer there, out of the reach of predators.

In this article, I have recommended all the outdoor cages and hutch which has multi-levels. You want to keep your rabbits outdoor and at the same time you want them to be safe.

I believe this article on cheap rabbit cages for sale will be helpful either you keep your rabbits indoor or outdoor.

If you have purchased any of the cages above and was not satisfied, please leave a comment below.


From dealing with my own rabbits I have realized litter training your rabbits is necessary as well as providing your rabbits with the best diet.

As well as much care is needed for these small animals.

I remember one night I was busy with the work and forgot to refill the food dish.

Trust me when I woke up the next morning My cute rabbit DAYA was starving and very angry that she bit my finger with her small teeth.

I believe she didn’t think my finger is food but she only expressed her anger. Rabbits are really intelligent animals.

So you have to love these animals and purchase the best type of enclosure for these small and cute animals safety.

Hence all the cheap rabbit cages for sale I mentioned above will ensure a safe and lively rabbit stay regardless of being indoor or outdoor.

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