Can you Flush Kleen?
The Flush Kleen system allows the waste to be washed down with a standard garden hose to a single drain. From there it can be routed to a sanitary sewer or other means of separation and disposal.
What is the easiest rabbit cage to clean?
Plastic is obviously the most affordable and easy to clean, and even wire cages tend to have a plastic tray in the bottom to contain your rabbit’s pee. Wood offers a more durable and attractive appearance, but the downside is that curious bunnies may chew on exposed areas.
What is a good size for a bunny cage?
On an average, a rabbit cage or hutch should at least be 4 times larger than the rabbit’s size. As a rule of thumb, you can get 30 inches x 36 inches for a bigger rabbit and 24 inches x 36 inches for a smaller one. The two-story condo-style hutches are much loved by rabbits as well.
What rabbit bedding is best?
We recommend a good quality soft straw as the ideal bedding for warmth and comfort, particularly for outdoor rabbits. It’s warm because the hollow strands trap warm air and it’s also absorbent. It’s important to understand the difference between hay and straw.
What happens if you don’t clean your rabbit’s cage?
If you don’t clean your rabbit’s cage, it will stink, first and foremost. Food scraps will rot, and your rabbit might end up eating the rotten food along with fresh food and get very sick.
What do you put in the bottom of a rabbit cage?
Some people prefer rabbit cages with wire bottoms because a litter pan can be placed underneath. This is generally fine, but you need to include a tile or a piece of wood or cardboard for the bunny to stand/lie on. Standing on the wire floor alone can cause damage and discomfort to your rabbit’s paws.
Should I cover my rabbits cage at night?
If you have your rabbits in a large cage or pen, then they’re less likely to develop respiratory problems but there isn’t a point in covering the pen anyway. If you want to keep your rabbits safe, then you should just avoid covering the cage with a blanket.
What should I put on the bottom of my rabbit cage?
How often should you change rabbit bedding?
Hay bedding in a rabbit’s living space should be changed once a week if the rabbit uses a litter box. If a rabbit doesn’t use a little box, this hay will need to be changed once every 2-3 days. Additional hay should be added at least once daily as rabbits will likely consume this hay for food.
How often do rabbit hutches need cleaning?
For the ideal rabbit environment, the hutch should be cleaned at least once a day, by removing any shavings or bedding that are wet and dirty, removing any uneaten fresh food and cleaning the food and water containers before refilling them.