Supplies to Get Started:

Roomy cage avoid a wire bottom
Litter-box (in cage)
Pellet bowl
Water bottle
Toys (plastic baby toys that they can chew, toss and carry are best)
Animal carrier
Running Space

Bunny-proofed room(s)
Toys (chew and dig)
Outdoors: to be supervised at all times!
Fenced patio/porch/playpen (with floors) Nutrition
Limited pellets daily
Fresh water
Unlimited timothy hay (for digestive fiber and chewing recreation)
Fresh salad veggies such as romaine lettuce or carrots (NEVER iceberg)
Wood (for chewing-pesticide free apple, pear and willow branches)

Flea comb
Cat nail clippers

Miscellaneous Supplies
Aspen Shavings (Carefresh can be used as an alternative)
White vinegar (for urine accidents)
Hand vacuum
Chlorine bleach (for disinfecting)

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