x-pen made with closet cubes from Target. I had to put two pieces of plywood at the edges to keep Fatty from pushing the pen walls away from the house walls.
The bench in the corner is a place to sit under and on top of. I have THE SOFTEST area rug in the universe doubled up on top for comfort. If I didn't know better, I would swear this rug was made from rabbit fur.
Notice that where there is extra height at the bench and the hidey box I trippled the grid to keep them from jumping out. I guess we will see if it works.
Hay basket, food bowl, water bottle. All at the opposite corner from the litter hay tray. Puppy training pads are the best. I use one to line the litter tray. I just pull it out when it's time to clean the tray. I put another one underneath the tray, which is sitting inside a longer tray, to soak up any leaks. They are pretty clean bunnies, though.
My SWEET BABY BOY!!! I luvs HIM! Hims so HANDSOME! Standing on his hind legs. As the base for the pen, I use a flannel-backed vinyl tablecloth, vinyl side up. I then have a sheet on top of the tablecloth and store bought rag rugs on top of the sheet. Very soft and comfy for my buns. I have a burlap bag at the end of the pen where the litter tray is and covering the litter tray's tray, there is a one of those toilet-area rugs shaped like a U.
Meany girl. She is a pistol. Ain't she just pretty pretty, though? So prim.
The "happy"? Couple.
Look at her sticking her fat nose into the grid! I had to get the hay basket because she kept pulling out the hay onto the floor! I think she secretly wants to be a bunny. Can't blame her. I want to be a rabbit, too, sometimes.
Her and Mr. Bubbles snuggling. She loves her Big Daddy.