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Ware Manufacturing Chew Proof Rabbit Cage, 30-Inch

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  • Easy to assemble chew proof rabbit cage
  • Metal pull pan, powder coated wire cage with floor
  • Durable all metal design
  • Easy to clean

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Color purple Coco/White Blues & Purples Bright Silver Zinc
Dimensions 16.75 inches x 18 inches x 30.5 inches 33.5 inches x 32 inches x 21.5 inches 12.5 inches x 12.5 inches x 25 inches 20 inches x 25 inches x 19 inches
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Package Quantity: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 30.5 x 16.8 inches ; 9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001ZXNK6W
  • Item model number: 00682
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,551 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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The chew proof rabbit cage has a durable all metal design. The powder coated wire cage with floor assembles easily and has a metal pull pan, making it easy to clean. It comes in a colorful informative box that displays beautifully in a retail setting. Measures 30-1/2-inch width by 18-inch depth by 16-3/4-inch height.

Customer Reviews

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S.Wilkins
Rabbits are easily litter box trained, so giving your rabbit a litter box means that they will not be sitting in their waste all the time.
rhianna
The rest of the cage was covered so her feet would be on something solid.
A. Demidova

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S.Wilkins on January 3, 2014
Item Package Quantity: 1 Verified Purchase
If you want the short version, skip to the end. If you want the long version, read on.

A little background: Back in 2008 I bought the two-story version of this cage. At the time it was marketed as a "Chinchilla starter set" and came with a few accessories. After my chinchilla died and I decided not to get another small pet, I sold my old rabbit cage and upgraded my bunny to the Ware chinchilla cage (which, again, is basically a two-story version of the cage for sale here). It is sturdy, easy to collapse and set back up, and I really liked the grated floor and sliding tray. All the way around, a totally solid and durable product that has served me and the rabbit well for several years.

I recently got a second rabbit, and my original rabbit is now very old and no longer uses the second story of his cage. So I put the new bunny in the "Chinchilla" cage and decided to get a new set-up for my geriatric bun. After much research, I decided to go with the Ware 30-inch cage, because I figured I knew what kind of quality I could expect.

I was wrong. This product is cheap and flimsy--not at all comparable to the supposedly similar product I bought from Ware in 2008. The grated wire floor is so thin and flimsy that my tiny old 3 lb. rabbit can't even stand on it without it bowing almost to the tray below. My rabbit was so scared walking on this unsteady surface that he clambered his way to his litter box and would not come out until I gave up and removed the wire floor the next day. Without the wire floor, the rabbit has to rest directly on the paper-lined tray below, which he hates because it is hard and slippery, and as aforementioned, he is about a million years old now and has a really hard time with certain things.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Demidova on February 24, 2012
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This was my first cage for my bunny. It's a little small to put a litter box into so I had a section of the cage uncovered where bunny would do her business through the grate into a newspaper and cardboard covered purple metal bin (which is removable for cleaning...though not the easiest to remove). The rest of the cage was covered so her feet would be on something solid. Regular soft bedding goes through the grids on the bottom so you have to get creative....towels. It's a basic cage and I liked it for the price. I would not keep my bunny inside for longer than over night because of the size of the cage, I let my bunny out to roam during daytime where I can keep my eye on her. My biggest problem is with the purple bottom. It's not deep enough and doesn't cover/surround the edges of the cage well, so when my bunny goes in the corner of the cage the poop/urine tends to over flow quickly and get on the outside of the cage all over everything. I had to improvise and actually have a cardboard box on the outside of the cage to catch anything that goes outside of the cage including spilled food or poop. I suggest you spend the extra money now and save yourself the trouble of covering the entire area around the cage. After two years the urine actually ate through the metal basin and now I'm looking for a new cage.
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The cage arrived in fine shape and was fairly easy to put together. The instructions were a little difficult to follow at times. I expected a few of the pieces to be a bit bent just from being laid out in a box and shipped, but it wasn't too bad. The floor was the most bent but still usable without any modifications. I bought this cage for two rats, not a rabbit, but it's working well. Don't get this cage for baby rats unless you intend to put chicken mesh over the outside like I did--the bar spacing is too wide to hold young rats. I like that the door of this cage is so large; I can get their plastic igloo in and out to clean it very easily.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By William D. Eadie on December 27, 2012
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We bought this cage to carry our rabbits across country in our Subaru Forester. It worked well and held together. Have also used it for short travel trips. It will not hold up for years of use but does the job for a year or two.
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By rhianna on February 15, 2014
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I do not own this cage.

The cage is far too small for rabbits. Rabbits are very active and require a lot of running space, especially if they are not allowed to free range for most of the day. On top of that, wire floors are very bad for rabbits' feet. They will cause your rabbit to develop sores, which can easily become infected and potentially kill your rabbit if not properly treated. I have seen comments that wire floors are good so that the rabbit will not be sitting in their waste- this is all but true. Rabbits are easily litter box trained, so giving your rabbit a litter box means that they will not be sitting in their waste all the time.
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