2. Consider the Cage
Your rabbit will require plenty of room for sleep, play, eating, and eliminating. When choosing a cage, make sure to find out how large your breed is apt to grow so you can choose a cage for that eventual size. Keep in mind that a wood hutch is likely to hold odor and be more difficult to clean and sanitize than a modern commercially made rabbit cage that has a plastic bottom. These cages may also be more comfortable for rabbits and be quite easy for pet owners to maintain.