When you live with a house rabbit there will be times when you can't keep an eye on them, for instance when you are at work or at night when you are asleep. During these times you will need to find a secure place to put your bunny.
It needs to be somewhere safe, so your bunny does not come to any harm and it needs to be fully bunny proofed so your bunny doesn't wreck you home.
In this guide we show you set by step how to build an enclosure with tips on what to put in it and what floor to use.
We also have a gallery of enclosures so you can see inside some of the best setup out there.
If you’re thinking of building a new enclosure or upgrading the one you have then take a look.
In this section
How to build a bunny enclosure
Follow this simple guides to see how to set up a safe, indoor bunny pen that's easy to maintain and has everything your bunny will need.
What should I put in my bunny enclosure?
Ideas for what to put in your bunny enclosure to keep your bunnies healthy and happy.
What is the best floor for my bunny enclosure?
We look at the pros and cons of different flooring to help you choose the best one for your bunny.
Top 8 best bunny enclosures
See our review of indoor cages, pens and home made enclosures that will keep your bunny safe and happy.
How to build a storage cube bunny condo
Office storage cube bunny condos are cheap, customisable, and lots of fun for your bunny.
Bunny enclosure gallery
View our gallery of indoor bunny enclosures to give you inspiration.
How to stop your bunny chewing its cage
Cage or enclosure chewing can become very frustrating, here's what other bunny moms do to stop it.
What types of wood can my bunny chew on?
A guide to what types of wood are good or bad for bunny toys and treats.
Using clear acrylic for bunny proofing and enclosures
The pros and cons of using acrylic for bunny proofing or in an enclosure. See how other bunny owners have put it to good use.
Can I keep a bunny without grass?
Yes it's OK to keep bunnies indoors, here's everything you need to know.