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u/DinkaAnimalLover · 7 pointsr/Rabbits

I would not suggest keeping your bunny living outdoors! Bunnies are indoor animals and it's never the right decision to keep them as outdoor pets. Please consider this advice.

Bunnies are susceptible to heat and cold! On hot days a frozen tile you can buy at home depot for cheap, and couple frozen water bottles can help them cool off. Heat stroke is very dangerous for bunnies and will have long-term side effects (brain damage) forever. On cold days a warm water bottle will make a nice snuggle partner. Damp conditions will also cause issues such as respiratory issues, so damp basements are not a good idea. Basically, a bunny should live only where a human could live! Do not keep your bunny outside, or worse yet let out alone to roam the streets or unenclosed yard assuming it will return. Bunnies are prey animals and can be snatched by a hawk in seconds, they will be chased by dogs and other wild bunnies, they can die of fright with an instant heart attack, they can be hit by a car. They can also get flystrike even if in an outdoor hutch, which is deadly. If you want to let the bunny play outside – supervise their play in an enclosed yard where they can't run away/get taken or spooked by another wild animal, or try a leash (but be warned some bunnies hate the leash!).

Also, yes this hutch is quite small. I would try to find a more appropriate (and INDOOR) solution to keep your bunny healthy and happy. Please see below for some ideas. Also if you send me a private message I can send you a brief summary of key bunny care points and some trusted resources to check out, which might help and save you time if you are a new bunny parent.

Bunnies need lots of space, attention and exercise. Try to set up a large space for him (not a cage) like a dog xpen with some fleece for him to stay in when confined (4x2 ft at least). They are much happier and healthier when the have space to run around. Put a hay feeder in there, his water bowl, a good hiding house, and his litter pan. Also give him toys - you can buy them (see links for great stuff below) but stuffing some paper towel or toilet paper rolls or a paper bag with hay and giving to him works nicely and encourages him to eat hay. Spend time with your bunny, but don't force it. Let him come to you - get down on the floor while his is out and sit there, have a bit of food in your hand or a treat, he will come to explore, and you can pet him to get him used to you. Bunnies do show affection, but differently than cats or dogs, they need time to trust you and once they do will demand pets and some may even lick you. But it takes time, please be patient and don’t give up on your pet when it doesn’t happen in two weeks, it can take months or even a year. Avoid chasing him and try to pick him up as little as possible as bunnies don't like it. If you must pick him up look on youtube for proper way to do it, otherwise he could get injured. Make sure he doesn't chew on wires when he is out as bunnies do like to chew. :)

Bunnies can be easily litter trained, especially once neutered/spayed, and then they can be free roam in your house or have time to run even if you are not watching their every move. Do a bit of research on the proper way to litter train a bunny. https://rabbit.org/faq-litter-training-2/

Also, bunnies are very clean animals and groom themselves several times a day. They have no odor contrary to what some may think.

Here are some housing options to check out in advance... I did so much looking for good enclosures that are also apartment friendly.
https://www.etsy.com/shop/LilFroggyDesigns?ref=l2-shopheader-name&section_id=22454708 - great size options and reasonable price, well made
https://www.etsy.com/shop/ClearlyLovedPets?ref=l2-shopheader-name - unconventional, but could be a nice large set-up that is also good looking for a modern space
http://www.petwerks.com/condos.aspx - well made, fantastic size to space ratio, a bit on an investment
https://www.amazon.com/MidWest-Foldable-Metal-Exercise-Playpen/dp/B000H8YTJI - good old xpen works every time :)

Of course having the bunny run free in the apartment is awesome and makes for a happy bunny, but do make sure to bunny proof, especially the wires as they can be really quick to chew on things the second we turn away for a moment. you can try these https://www.amazon.com/Flexible-Polyethylene-Wire-Diameter-White/dp/B00DP35VOO/ref=pd_day0_hl_201_6?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00DP35VOO&pd_rd_r=c021fc64-ba21-11e8-b3e1-116141892cee&pd_rd_w=h8PU9&pd_rd_wg=x0pDz&pf_rd_i=desktop-dp-sims&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_p=ad07871c-e646-4161-82c7-5ed0d4c85b07&pf_rd_r=W775QYZB2CW29NAJFPZJ&pf_rd_s=desktop-dp-sims&pf_rd_t=40701&psc=1&refRID=W775QYZB2CW29NAJFPZJ