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As many of you may know, this spring, Asher and Breya took on the responsibility of two little bunnies. While we already have a bunny, we didn't have a hutch for these two little ones. Plus, it's been really cold, too cold to put these cuties outside. So they've been living in our garage waiting for a new home!.
The hutch was made with Advantek's GoneGreen lightweight insect-resistant and rot-resistant fir lumber. It arrived in prefabbed sections that were super easy to assemble. When it was complete, the dimensions measured 25" L x 48" W x 36" H.
Assembly was incredibly easy. Both Asher and Breya helped to build the hutch. Actually, Asher and Breya built the hutch. Jay helped them follow the instructions and as they worked with the drill.
It took about 20 minutes to build. We assembled the hutch right in our dinning room. Once we were finished, we carried the hutch to the garage and moved the bunnies into their new home. So far it looks like they love it. For the time being, the rabbits will stay in their new hutch, in the garage. We're still experiencing some very cold temperatures at night and our little bunnies are ready to move to the outdoors just yet. But soon enough it will be warm and we'll move them to the yard for the summer.
We documented the build with a special vlog that you can watch on our YouTube channel. Simply click on the graphic just below to watch the vlog.
The hutch? The Stilt House by Avantek. We ordered ours from Amazon.com. With our prime membership we received free shipping and it arrived in just two days. The cost? $129 and some change.
Thanks for reading and watching the vlog!
- the higham family
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