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Category Home & Garden
Type Functional
Style Eco-Friendly, Funky, Retro / Vintage
FiddlesAndBows on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? 1. Old chest of drawers or dresser. 2. Wire mesh. 3. 1x2 inch wood strips for framing. Or what you have available. 4. Hinges, lock, screws, staple gun. 5. Plastic tub for litter box.

FiddlesAndBows on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I'm most proud of is that I did it myself! It is so clever and looks cute in my house with my English Angora sitting in it. By the way, my bunny LOVES it and loves the resting shelves.

FiddlesAndBows on craftsy.com

Love this! I really want to get rabbits again but didn't like the look of the regular ugly "cages", I will try to do this project with my boys so that they can appreciate the hard work and the pet more. Just one question: Do you have a hard time with the bunny droppings sometimes escaping the plastic bucket? with it being indoors would you adjust the plastic bucket a little higher or does it work better lower like I see in the pics? thanks :)

12/04/2013 Flag

Thank you! What a fun project to do with your kids. I don't have a problem with droppings getting out. Just make sure your tub is big enough. I've made two of these so far. In my second I ended up not using the drawer in the bottom. I just slid a big plastic tub in the slot where the drawer was. It is a little wider then the dresser and looks just fine. Good luck and let me know how it turns out. :)

12/13/2013 Flag