i have a huge cage 24'x4'x4' it's off the ground and has a nice roof. i intend to build a little room inside for more cover. so there is plenty of shade. just wondering if this is a good idea and which breeds would be best suited for that environment.
That's fine. As long as the cage is raised and protected from the weather you've got everything you need. I would suggest in the small room that you're building create an area where you can slide in cheap insulation. This way when they are cold they can head into the secluded room or if they're warm they can head outside of it. Just make sure the rabbits can't get to the insulation because they will eat it.
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