Indoor rabbit cages and houses
Indoor Rabbit Cages
Rabbits are traditionally housed outside, but these sociable and affectionate animals can also be wonderful house pets. Rabbits enjoy interacting with people and so can thrive when living indoors. It is easier for you to keep an eye on your pet when they are in the home and even if your rabbit usually lives outdoors, there may be times when it is beneficial for them to spend time indoors.
If your rabbit is to live inside, then you will need an appropriate cage. It is unwise to allow your rabbit to roam freely around the house unsupervised as it will chew your possessions! In addition, your home can present a hazard to your pet. Your rabbit may be tempted to chew through electrical wires and so must be kept away from these or your cables must be concealed. If you are not able to supervise your rabbit’s activity, then they should be confined to their cage.
Indoor Rabbit Cages at Time for Paws
We have chosen an outstanding collection of indoor rabbit cages from Ferplast. These are available in a range of sizes to suit your needs. They have been designed to be easy to transport and feature a knock down system. Their compact bases ensure that the cages have the smallest possible footprint whilst still offering generous living accommodation for your pet.
Rabbit Litter Trays
In the wild, rabbits create a toilet area. They should be encouraged to do this in their cage and most bunnies will learn to use a litter tray. Our corner litter trays are the perfect addition to your rabbit cage and will ensure that your pet enjoys a pleasant and hygienic environment.
Indoor rabbits benefit from greater human interaction and will enjoy a more social lifestyle. Their time indoors also enables you to more closely monitor their demeanour, weight and general health. But your home features hazards in the shape of electrical cables and other pets and so an indoor rabbit cage is an essential investment.