Rabbits deserve to live indoors with your family. These highly social and intelligent animals will make life less stressful for you with their antics. But there are so many myths about rabbits and their lifestyle that people dread thinking about one in their living room or a bedroom.
Today, we are going to do some bunny myth busting and also explore some of the best large rabbit cages in the market.
Why large? That’s because your bunnies will love the extra room. Ever seen a rabbit sprawl out in a luxurious and roomy cage? That’s priceless.
Irrespective of whether you have one bunny or a bunch of them, getting home the best large rabbit cage will make life easier for both parties.
Here are the five best roomy habitats for your bunnies.
- Large Indoor Rabbit Cage – Living World Deluxe Habitat
- Large Indoor Rabbit Cage – Kaytee My First Home Rabbit 2-Level Cage with Caster Wheels
- Extra Large Rabbit Cage – Living World Deluxe Habitat XL
- Extra Large Rabbit Cage – Ferplast Krolik 140 Plus Rabbit Cage
- Largest Indoor Rabbit Cage – Ferplast Rabbit Cage
I know what you are thinking. How are we going to accommodate a large cage in a tiny apartment?
Well, although the name suggests that it is large, I have separated it according to the size and dimensions which will allow you to pick one that is best for you. For example, there is a large sized cage for a single rabbit, a larger one for two rabbits and the largest one for multiple bunnies and so on.
So, here goes.
The Best Large Rabbit Cages Available on The Market
To make sure you make the right choice I’ve prepared a list of the best large rabbit cages available on the market.
If you are familiar with my website, then you’d by now be familiar with the Deluxe Habitat from Living World too. It features in almost every list of the best rabbit cages that I have created here. That’s because it is one of the most flawlessly designed habitats for rabbits.
It is super-spacious (37.8 inches length x 22.4 inches width), has a deep base that protects the contents of the cage from spilling out and is designed to perfection with a bunch of other features.
You do not need to go accessory shopping either. Just unbox the cage and set it up. Oh, it assembles in minutes too.
It has everything your rabbit needs including a resting balcony, a feeding dish, hay guard and a water bottle.
The feeding dish and water bottle are secured to the wires to prevent your pet from tipping them over.
One of the things that I love about the Living world deluxe habitat is that there’s so many ways in which you can customize this. You can remove the elevated balcony for example and make it even more spacious.
If your bunny finds the sliding access door too difficult to jump out of, you can make a makeshift ramp for them to get out of the cage. The possibilities are almost endless.
The wires are as durable as they come. I have housed my habitual chewer bunny in this for months and all his attempts at escape have been thwarted.
- Easy assembly
- Spacious habitat
- All accessories including feeder and water bottle
- Multiple access doors
- Durable wire frame
How many rabbits can you house in this: I’d say two small sized rabbits or one large sized one.
This Kaytee 2-level cage will be perfect if you have two adult sized bunnies at home. It is longer than my #1 pick, the Living world Deluxe Habitat (Almost 48 inches in length). And it is also, one of the most perfectly designed habitats for domestic rabbits.
There’s a hay buffet which lets your bunnies eat their timothy hay without making a mess of it and spreading it all over the floor of the cage, a water bottle that’s leak-proof and a food dish. These may seem like standard features but they are critical in letting you clean the cage.
There’s less of a mess to scrub off the floor. By the way, you will also love the extra large access doors on the Kaytee My first home cage. The side door plops down to form a ramp which your rabbits can use to get out or get in. And there is a top access door too which is use for hosing the cage.
The upper level, which doubles as the resting area makes it easy for the rabbits to stay and rest separately which is like an unsaid bunny rule. With the curving access ramp, your bunnies can slide down in no time. The ramp in particular, is much better than some of the other ones that I have seen in the market.
The Kaytee My First Home Rabbit cage also features caster wheels which lets you move it easily for cleaning.
- Spacious and long rabbit cage
- Habitat design with resting area, ramp, feeder and water bottle
- Hay buffet to prevent rabbits from spreading hay on the floor
- Caster wheels for moving the cage
- Two access doors
How many rabbits can you house in this: You can easily house two adult sized rabbits or up to three dwarf sized ones.
For rabbit parents who loved the design and the look of the Deluxe Habitat from Living World but found it lacking in space, here’s the extra large rabbit cage from the same manufacturer.
This is the exact same cage with some additional room that can be vital when you have two large sized rabbits. At almost 48 inches in length, this rivals the Kaytee My Home in size. But the design is slightly better.
The top access doors for example, are curved which makes it better to look at and easier to open and shut. When you open the door, you almost have access to half of the cage making cleaning effortless.
All the other features are identical to my #1 pick in this list. There’s the balcony which houses the feeding dish, a water bottle, a hay feeder and a deep set bottom that will prevent spillovers.
Constrained for space to keep an extra large rabbit cage? Try the Living World Deluxe Habitat. It will snugly fit into a corner of the room. I used to keep mine near the base of the king sized bed in the room. Almost like an extension of the bed itself.
- Extra large cage that is almost 48 inches in length and 23 inches wide
- Airy and bright
- Habitat styled design with an upper deck, food dish and water bottle
- Large upper access doors for easy cleaning
How many rabbits can you house in this: You can easily house two large rabbits in this one.
Ferplast has some really amazing rabbit cages in their lineup and the Krolik 140 is one of their best looking ones. Not to mention that it is more spacious than all the indoor rabbit cages that we have seen so far.
The Krolik 140 is approximately 56 inches long. That’s almost 5 feet in length folks. If you always felt that your bunnies needed more room, then you’ve just found one of the best choices you have.
The 140 has all the features that make Ferplast cages extremely popular among rabbit owners. There’s the patented base of the cage without any flares for more room, the separate removable extension for nesting or for separating one pet from the rest and the widest opening door among any rabbit cage.
You get access to the complete interior of the cage allowing you to clean it with ease.
The extension is designed like a wooden house making it cozy and comfortable. Bunnies love to rest in dark and cool places like these.
Look closely at the Krolik 140 and you can make out that a lot of thought has gone into the design of the cage. The food bowl for example, has been designed in a way that it cannot be knocked down accidentally by the pet. The hay guard gives your rabbit an incessant supply of hay without letting them drag it all around the cage.
All in all, this is a very sturdy cage that is easy to clean and maintain.
- Spacious and airy cage
- Patented no flare bottom
- Widest opening front door for quick cleaning
- hay feeder, drinking bottle and feeding bowl
- Separate wooden house for nesting and resting
How many rabbits can you house in this: You can easily house up to three adult sized rabbits in this.
The Krolik from Ferplast houses three of my mini lops and it still has ample room for a couple more. This is a monstrous sized habitat for rabbits that is 64 inches in length and 24 inches wide. That’s more room than any rabbit would ever need.
The Krolik rabbit cage has a patented design with a no-flare base that gives your pets more room. Also, the height of the base prevents hay or sawdust or anything else from being kicked into the room where the cage is kept.
A front door opens wide to give you complete access to the internal portion and to make cleaning effortless. All the accessories, like the multiple water bottles, hay guards and the elevated balcony are removable. You can just use this as a large bare rabbit cage if need be. I use it with all the accessories though.
The cage also includes an extension which can fit to the main cage and functions as a separate room by itself. If you have a male rabbit that’s behaving nasty or an injured bunny, then this cage can be used to separate them from the rest of the group. It has its own sliding access door too.
When not in use, the cage can be knocked down flat for easy storage. This also makes it an ideal portable cage for travel.
- Large and spacious habitat for rabbits and other small animals
- 64 inches in length
- No-flare base
- Water bottles, hay guard and elevated balcony
- Separate cage extension
- Knock down design for easy storage
How many rabbits can you house in this: You can easily house up to four or more mini lops or three large sized bunnies in this.
Although I prefer giving my rabbits free-reign in one room that is bunny proofed, their cage time is an equally important part of their day during which they retire to their cage and sprawl out in the hay. Also, being toilet trained, they scamper to their litter boxes when it’s poo time.
If you are on the fence about buying indoor rabbit cages and are wondering which one to pick, then here’s a quick buying guide that will help you decide.
Best Large Rabbit Cage Buying Guide
The first and most obvious thing that you’d want to check is the availability of space in your house. Where do you plan to store the cage? Is there enough room? There must be space around the cage too that lets you access the cage from the top and from the sides.
Secondly, the size of the rabbit cage that you will need also depends on the number of pets that you are looking to house in the cage.
Most indoor rabbit cages are now designed like a habitat and include all the accessories you’d need. If you intend to use the cage only for the litter box, then ensure that you pick a cage that has removable accessories.
For housing multiple pets, a cage that has a separate extension is a good choice because a group of bunnies are more likely to behave like wild rabbits and there may be in fights.
Myth Busting 101
I couldn’t complete this article without some myth busting about keeping rabbits indoors
- A rabbit cage can be stored in any part of the house. It will not stink if you clean it regularly.
- Rabbits cannot be kept in cages all day. They need their outdoor time.
- They are extremely social and intelligent animals.
- You need to rabbit proof the room if you intend to give them a free reign. Rabbits WILL chew on things and the last thing you want is your baby biting through an electrical cable.
That’s it folks. I hope you enjoyed reading through that and you are able to find the best large rabbit age for your bunnies.
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