No matter one's opinion on whether a rabbit should be housed in a habitat or free-roam, it is essential to have an enclosure of some sort to keep your bunny safe when not supervised. Most ideal is an exercise pen (or a couple attached together), but many people have success with a large dog kennel with a pen or small room for the bunny to roam for exercise.
A simple metal exercise pen is an effective, inexpensive housing option for an indoor bunny, and as a bonus, the pen can be used for outdoor playtime too. Exercise pens are available in many sizes and styles and are flexible to fit the available space in your bunny's area of your home. The gold Midwest 30" exercise pen is the one I use with my bunnies. The gold zinc finish is more durable than the powder coated black metal, and I have had no issues with my gold exercise pens that are now several years old and remain outside year-long. The black ones have rusted, and the paint is oxidized. Exercise pens are available in a wide variety of colors and materials ranging from inexpensive clear plastic panels, mid-grade metal and plastic grate style panels, to top-of-the-line acrylic and metal (see below).
Placing the pen on an easy-to-clean surface such as vinyl, tile, or foam mats is a good idea, but make sure to provide some washable rugs or blankets so the bunny doesn't slip and slide all over. A 30" tall pen should be sufficient for preventing your bunny from hopping out, but 36" is a safer option if you have objects near the perimeter that the bunny could use as a stool to hop out.
Dog kennel style enclosures are also ideal rabbit habitats. They have solid floors, are quite spacious for keeping your bunny safe when you're not home, and it's easy to add an exercise pen near or around the kennel for playtime. I do not recommend the small wire floor cages often sold in pet stores. They are much too cramped, and the wire flooring can cause sore hocks on your bunny's feet.
Whether it's for transporting your new bunny home from the breeder, trips to the vet, bunny vacations, or just for safely carrying your bunny to his/her exercise area, a small carrier or kennel is a wise investment. I recommend a hard plastic carrier since bunnies can chew fabric carriers, and you don't need anything large. My favorite is the Petmate 19" kennel with top door for easy loading/unloading.
Yes, rabbits CAN be litter trained! BUT, understand that you will always be dealing with at least some rogue poo balls scattered about, though spaying/neutering definitely HELPS with more complete litter training. Start by keeping your bunny in a small area at first with at least one litter box. Place a shallow layer of absorbent litter in the bottom of the box and your bunny's hay in or above the litter box. Wipe up urine messes and place the soiled tissue into the litter box to help your bunny learn where to pee.
Equine compressed pine pellets - Farm Feed Stores or Tractor Supply
A common misunderstanding is to place bedding all over the solid floor of the cage. This will confuse the bunny. Bedding/litter should only be placed in the litter box or the slide-out tray of a wire floor cage
This is our best options for indoor bunnies prevent the strong smell of the pee.
Hide some food like veggies is the must fun part to watch your bunny play and discovery things.
In the nature bunnies love to dig and make tunnels for the own security, when they get scare they need a place to hide
they can destroyed boxes and is a way to keep them very entertaining.
Ones of the most sensitive part is their nose they can easily be attract to the food that they love, like natural oats this can help you to build the connection with your bunny.
Creativity is one of the most important things to help your bunny be happy.
Brilliant ideas definitely is the key to make them happy.
Natural toys like wood and cardboard.
Loppy Bunny used water bottles.
Make sure your bunny can reach out to the right level
Hay always has to be on the right level, that also prevent that they don't pee over.
Please select a area were they can't reach out to cables or any type of wrong material