Easy-access full size top door and large front door
You'll never need to hide that messy rabbit cage again. This inside rabbit lair is not only easy to set up and great looking, it's also loaded with features your rabbit will adore. Premium quality steel construction with attractive, baked on hammertone finish is designed to last. You'll love the fully opening top to easily access everything in the cage for cleaning. The spring locked front door easily opens to let your rabbit in and out, yet locks securely to keep rabbit inside. Rabbit cage is simply to move from room to room on its easy roll casters. Want to keep in one place? Simple lock casters. Features no-slide ramp and shelf for eating or hanging out, plastic water dish, and deep, durable plastic pan that slides out to clean easily. Assembles in a snap with only 8 bolts. All hardware and tools included. 1" bar spacing. 41.5" x 17.5" x 26.25 high.
Make sure you cover at least a portion of the wire-mesh cage bottom with a board, rug, grass mats, cardboard or layers of newspaper for added rabbit comfort!
1 front panel
1 back panel
I roof panel
1 floor grate
2 side panels
4 leg extensions
4 locking casters
1 plastic bowl
1 hex wrench
Using the hex wrench, attach the back panel to the right side panel using 2 bolts. Make sure the support tabs, on the top rail, are open to the inside.
Attach the front panel in the same way, making sure the door opens out.
Tip: Do not tighten bolts fully until all panels are in place.
Tighten all bolts. Make sure that the support tabs on the top of the back and front rails are open towards the inside.
Attach the roof panel by sliding the right rear lower wire extension under the support tabs and into the hold on the side panel.
Slight the rest of the lower wire extension under the open tab and into the hole in the left side panel.
Attach side panel with 4 more hex bolts and tighten all.
The top roof panel should swing freely and close by latching into the front open tabs on the front top frame bar.
Lay the cage on its side and attach the 4 casters to the leg posts.
Place the floor grate into the top of the plastic tray. Swing the locking tab on the front of the lower frame bar up while sliding them into the channels of the lower side frame bars.
Attach the plastic ramp to the bottom side of the plastic shelf by snapping them into the plastic clips.
Place the assembled shelves and ramps into the cage through the door. Attach the shelf and ramp assembly to the 7th wire up from the bottom on the left side of the cage.
Place food bowl on the shelf. You and your pet are now ready to enjoy the new home.
Create a homey habitat for your rabbit
Rabbits are curious creatures, and they appreciate exploring toys, biting at pieces of wood, and hiding out in cubbies and hide boxes. Make sure to provide the cage with a few of these items to stimulate and challenge your pet. They will go a long way in alleviating boredom and ensuring a happier environment. Many owners choose hanging toys, the kind used for caged birds. Make sure all parts are securely attached and won't present a choking hazard. Chew sticks are a fun way to provide wear for your rabbit's ever-growing teeth. A sturdy piece of cardboard, folded into a cave shape, makes an excellent cubby for exploring.
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