No it is not because the guinea pig needs space to move around and the cage designed for a guinea pig is the perfect size for a guinea pig as the same with a hamster cage. NO!!!!! This is torture for a guinea pig!!! And a lot of the cages designed for guinea pigs are too small. Try building a c&c cage. They need at LEAST 7.5 square feet.
First answer: They will eat it. It is a tummy ache in the making.
A different answer: Actually, cardboard isn't bad for your rabbit - it can even count as extra fiber in the diet! It can also make a great toy to keep your bunny entertained. For example:
There are two important factors about cardboard and your bunny that you need to know:
Use plain cardboard only: avoid heavily bleached cardboard, brightly-coloured cardboard, glossy finishes, and other heavily processed paper products, because all the chemicals used in these things aren't healthy for rabbits (or any animal) to consume.
Make sure your bunny is leading a happy, healthy lifestyle, with lots and lots of hay! When they're terribly bored and/or stressed out, rabbits can be self-destructive, and this includes eating too much of bad things and getting sick. Rabbits are grazers in the wild, which means they hop and nibble and forage on-and-off all day long. Your pet bunny needs to be able to do these things too, or else he'll suffer mental health problems, and eventually he'll get physically sick, too. Hay is a great way to beat boredom and anxiety, and it also keeps their guts and teeth healthy because of all the fiber hay. Cardboard has a bit of fiber but it can't be the main source of fiber: that would be unhealthy. A happy, healthy bunny who has plenty of hay can be safety trusted not to over-eat cardboard.
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It's good to have a cage where your guinea pig is able to explore every corner without bumping into the sides. It should not have a wheel - guinea pigs are not hamsters.
In principle yes, but note that Guinea Pigs chew on the cardboard; in fact they love it! Cardboard cages are only OK for very short term use, such as transportation to the vet and back.
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To breed a rabbit take the female rabbit to the males cage never to the females cage. Once you have put them in the cage leave them there over night. After that in the morning take the rabbit out for 1 to 12 hours and then put them back in . Hope this helps if not send me an email at email@example.com
In the winter put a huge heavy cloth over the whole rabbit cage. This will keep the rabbits body temperature in there. Also shredded newspaper can make your rabbit warm. Avoid putting a hot object like a light bulb in there, it will make the rabbit More cautious.
As long as it is clean and the rabbit can fit in comfortably, why not?
obviously u can put in anywhere as long as its in a cage
you might put it in a cage or a platform
In a big cage
You put your rabbit back in the cage and just watch it to where it goes or you can look for the slitest hole or space. It also can help if you put your hand in the cage and feel around for places that the rabbit could fit threw.
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Put a sign on its cage that you will see every time you go to hold your rabbit.
In the cage or out side in a yard. Come on now!
Rabbits are territorial and when you put a male in a female's cage, it is her space. Therefore it's better to put the doe in the buck's cage.
From what I read you need to put at least an inch of bedding in there cage and give them toilet paper and cardboard tubes to chew up to make a nest.
You cannot use a cardboard box that is a full square with a hole in it. That is more commonly used for a little playhouse/privacy for your rabbit. You can use a lid of a cardboard box, but shorten it for the size of your rabbit's size. Place a small wooden block for your rabbit to gnaw on, as he/she might nibble the cardboard ( so the block is distracting the rabbit. ). Be sure to put some rabbit treats in the litter box (if it is the rabbits first time using one) so he/she makes it an often place to use. I have a rabbit myself X) ! Sorry if i went on.
the best and cheapest way to catch a rabbit is get the cage you want to put it in and have a trail of carrots,lettuce,and rabbit food lead to the opening. also put a pile of food inside the cage. survey the cage ALOT and you will catch your rabbit. if you want get one out of your garden put a fence around your plants and spay fox urine on the plants. WARNING: fox urine will stink to both animals AND humans.