Best Rabbit Cages

Top Rated Rabbit Cages

There are so many cages on the market and so many different options; it can be hard to figure out what you need to get. It can be even more frustrating if you finally make a decision, get the cage, and then end up realizing you need something else. Because of this, it is important to know what you are looking for, and what you are getting before you make a purchase. Additionally, buying a rabbit cage is not a one size (or cage) fits all situation. You really have to consider what you and your rabbit needs. For this reason, in the following article, you can read reviews and descriptions of twenty of the best rabbit cages out there. With this list, you can shorten the process of your search and ensure that you get what you need the first time. Remember, as you read through the different reviews, keep in mind what you need, what your budget is, and what is most important to you. If you are not sure what qualifications you should be keeping your eye out for, at the end of the article, there is a buyer’s guide about some of the things to look for and avoid when buying a rabbit cage.

Indoor Rabbit Cages

Living World Deluxe Habitat

The Living World Deluxe Habitat is a wire cage with a plastic base to ensure the safety and comfort of your rabbit. The top can be opened in two separate pieces so that you can have easy access into the cage from the top. Additionally, there is a wire door that allows you to open the cage from the front so you can have access to your rabbit that way. The cage does include a ramp and a balcony for your rabbit to explore and hide when it wants to. With the cage, you will receive a food bowl that attaches to the plastic bottom to prevent mess and a leak-proof water bottle. If you purchase this cage, you will have to put it together yourself, though there are no tools required. Additionally, it is a few pounds heavier than other similar cages. This product would be best for new rabbit owners who may not already have all the supplies (such as a food bowl or water bottle) that they may need.

Rating: 4.5/5

Cost: $$

Prevue Hendryx Blue & White Small Animal Cage Stand

The white and blue rabbit cage comes on a stand and is made with a plastic base and wire top. This cage is extremely light at only 1.5 pounds. The base is deep enough to contain the mess from any material you use at the bottom, and in case your animal starts to burrow or dig. The stand of the cage does have wheels at the bottom to allow you to move it as you need, but you will have to find space for the cage and stand. Large doors at both the top and on the side allow you plenty of easy access for cleaning or interacting. This cage does not come with any extra supplies, such as a food bowl or water bottle.

Rating: 4/5

Cost: $$$

Midwest Deluxe Critter Nation

This cage is made from wire with plastic pans at both the base and the platform, which has a ramp leading up to it. This cage is also on a stand with wheels that can lock, so you can ensure that it will not move as your rabbit does. The plastic pans are leak-proof and removable for easy cleaning, but they are not deep for containing any materials you may want to put on the bottom, such as paper. As far as accessibility, there are double doors that span the entire width so you can clean the cage easily, and the cage does come with latches that are designed to prevent your rabbit or other animals from escaping. Below the cage, there is a shelf for you to store any supplies and there are plenty of spaces where you can attach any tubes, hammocks, or additional platforms.

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: $$$

PawHut 32”L 2-Level Indoor Small Animal Rabbit Cage with Wheels

This cage is smaller than some other options and is made with a plastic base, a removable tray, and wire for the rest of the cage. Additionally, there is a small platform in the cage. There is depth to the plastic bottom, so you can put in bedding without fear of it spilling out. This cage is tri-colored (gray, white, and black) and on wheels that allow you to move it around as needed. Unlike some of the other wheeled options, there is not any space or shelving under the cage for you to store any cleaning supplies, food, etc. The cage can be opened from the front or from the top. The top door is bigger than the side, but both are smaller than the doors on many other cage options.

Rating: 3.5/5

Price: $$

MidWest Homes for Pets Wabbitat Deluxe Rabbit Home Kit

This red and white rabbit cage has a plastic bottom, one small platform for feeding, and wire sides and top. The wire is two colors, black for most of it, but white in the front. Underneath the small feeding platform, there is space for your rabbit to hide or sleep. When you order this cage, you get the cage, a hay feeder, a water bottle, and a feeding bowl. This cage is also expandable if you buy the extensions from the company; they offer two options. The deep plastic bottom leaves plenty of space for you to put in bedding and for your rabbit to burrow. This cage is a great option for people who want a cage without a stand and are trying not to spend too much money on a cage.

Rating: 4/5

Price: $

Large Indoor Rabbit Cages

Living World Deluxe Habitat

This rabbit cage is a spacious place to keep your rabbit. The top has two doors on the top and one on the side to allow you easy access and easy cleaning of the rabbit cage. With the cage, you will also get a food bowl and water bottle. The water bottle attaches on the outside to ensure maximum space for your rabbit to explore. Inside the cage, there is a ramp leading to a platform for your rabbit, as well as space under the platform for your rabbit to burrow and hide. The plastic base also adds enough depth that you can add plenty of bedding/material and not worry about it spilling out and creating a mess. This cage does not come with a stand or shelf, so if you want to keep your rabbit off of the floor, you will need to clear a space or buy a separate stand/shelf.

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: $$

MidWest Homes for Pets Wabbitat Deluxe Rabbit Home Kit

This rabbit cage is 47.16 x 23.63 x 19.68, which gives plenty of space for your rabbit to explore in addition to a small platform and hideaway areas. The bottom is 5.5 inches deep, which gives you plenty of space to put in bedding and for your rabbit to burrow. If you want to give your rabbit even more space, this company sells extension you can use to add on to it. It does come with several accessories that can be beneficial if you do not already have them. It comes with a removable hay feeder, water bottle, and food bowl. The food bowl attaches to the feeding platform, which prevents your rabbit from pushing it over or creating any major spills. Accessibility wise, the cage has a door on the top, and then one side lifts up in two pieces. The wire cage is dual-colored, the side that opens is white, and the rest is black.

Rating: 4/5

Price $

Amazon Basics Pet Habitat Cage For Small Animals

This cage is dual-colored, with a brown, plastic bottom and silver wire caging. This cage is designed for you to have convenient access to your animal and the inside, whether you are trying to get the animal out, feed your animal, or clean the enclosure. There are large, double door openings at the front of the cage and on the top. Both doors have latches designed to prevent your pet from escaping. The cage is spacious at a size of 48.6 x 26.6 x 20.6, and it has a balcony that your rabbit can explore and holds a non-tip food bowl. Along with the bowl, when you buy the cage, you will receive a non-drip water bottle and a hay guard. These two items attach to the outside of the cage so they will not take any space away from your pet.

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: $$

Multi-Level Rabbit Cages

Yaheetech Metal Ferret Cage

This rabbit cage is 52 inches tall and has six levels, all connected by ramps. The ramps are designed to increase friction and prevent rabbits from slipping as they climb. Having this many levels significantly increases the amount of space your rabbit has to explore. The cage is also designed for cleanliness. The bottom of the cage is removable for easy cleaning, and there is a metal mesh that prevents your pets from laying directly on or stepping directly in any droppings or mess. At the bottom of the cage, there are four wheels to make it easy for you to move it around. In order to access your rabbits, there are three round doors going up the side of the cage. The individual doors are not as large as other cages, but there are three of them.

Rating: 4/5

Midwest Deluxe Critter Nation

This cage is 63 inches with two large levels and two smaller platforms, all connected by three plastic ramps. On the front of the cage, there is a full-width double door so you can have access to every part of the cage for easy cleaning and interacting. Additionally, the plastic trays are adjustable to suit you and your rabbit’s needs. Each of the trays is removed easily in order to make cleaning as easy as possible. All of the ramps and levels are designed for the safety of your pets. Other safety features include latches on the doors that are designed to prevent your rabbits from mistakenly escaping or falling out. Below the cage, there is a shelf with plenty of room for storing any cleaning supplies, food, accessories, etc. This is one of the best multi-level cages for people willing to spend a little more money.

Rating: 4/5

3 Levels Ferret 

This cage is smaller than the other multi-level cages, at 24 inches tall, but it does have two wire platforms above the base level to give your rabbit more space to roam and explore. The wires are all close together (3/8 inch space) to protect your animals from slipping through and escaping. On the front of the cage, there are two doors, though they are smaller than some other cages. On top of the cage, there are two handles that will allow you to move the cage easily, despite the fact that it does not have wheels like some of the other cages. Additionally, the cage folds up which makes storage really easy. This cage is best for people looking to save some money.

Rating: 3.5/5

Rabbit Cage on Wheels

PawHut 32”L 2-Level Indoor Small Animal Rabbit Cage with Wheels

This small, tri-colored rabbit cage has multiple levels, the main base, and a small plastic platform so your rabbit can have even more space to explore and play. The ramp leading from the main level to the plastic platform is designed to be non-slip, so your rabbit can move safely from level to level. As far as cleaning goes, the tray is removable so that you can clean it as simply as possible. Additionally, the cage is designed with a deep base (3.74 inches) in order to keep all the mess in the cage. No matter how much your rabbit burrows or digs, all the bedding, food, and other waste will stay inside of the rabbit cage. When you do need to clean the inside of the cage, or perhaps just interact with your rabbit, there is to doors, one on the top and one on the side. They are not as big as some other cages, but they will provide you easy access to the cage. As far as wheels go, the wheels on this rabbit cage can swivel 360 degrees so you can move it wherever you want easily. When you do want the cage to stay steel, you can lock the wheels, so it does not move accidentally no matter how much your rabbit moves.

Rating: 4/5

Price: $$

Midwest Deluxe Critter Nation

This rabbit cage has two levels, the main level and then a second, rather large, second level for your rabbit to explore. The second level is adjustable, so you can choose how high or low you want it to be. The ramp leading from the base level to the platform is designed to be non-slip to protect your critters as they move from one level to the next. On the front of the cage, there is a set of double doors that open to give you access to the entire width and height of the cage. This makes cleaning the cage and interacting with your rabbit a lot easier. Underneath the cage, there is a shelf where you can store any cleaning supplies, food, or other rabbit accessories. This cage is best for people looking for extra storage underneath the cage. As far as wheels, this cage has four casters that lock and unlock easily so you can move it when you want, but it will remain stationary when it needs to.

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: $$$

Ware Living Room Rabbit Home

The Ware rabbit cage is a small rabbit cage with a black, plastic base and silver wiring. The cage does have two levels. The second platform is small, but it does have enough space to be a good feed place for your rabbit. The bottom of the cage is a metal mesh that allows a mess and droppings to drop down through ensuring that your rabbit is not laying or walking in food spillage or waste. At the front of the cage, there is a door that latches and unlatches to allow you access to your rabbit and the inside for cleaning. This door is smaller than the doors on some other cage options. When you order this rabbit cage, you will also receive a silver food bowl that fits to the platform so your rabbit will not be able to easily knock it over and create a big mess. This cage is on four wheels so you can move it around the floor or other flat space easily.

Rating: 4/5

Price: $$$

Two-story Rabbit Cages

Midwest Deluxe Critter Nation

This rabbit cage has two complete stories, and four levels in total. There are two full levels that are completely leak proof. This ensures that any mess your rabbit makes on one level will not leak through onto lower levels, creating an even bigger mess. Along with the main levels, the cage comes equipped with two adjustable shelves/platforms. Because they are adjustable, you will have some freedom to customize the cage. Along with the ramps that allow your rabbit to go from level to level, the cage comes with ramp covers that will prevent your rabbit from slipping and protect their feet. The entire front of the cage opens up (two separate doors stacked on top of each other) to give you complete access to the cage for cleaning or anything else you need. Underneath the cage, there is a shelf for storage, and the whole thing is on a set of wheels so you can move it around as you need.

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: $$$

Homey Pet New Two Tier Heavy Duty Cage Kennel w/Casters and Feeding Bowls

This rabbit cage has two completely separate tiers. Each tier is 21 inches tall and gives your rabbits a place to roam freely. The cages are not detachable, so they will always remain stacked one on top of another. The floor of each tier is a wire grate that keeps your rabbit up and away from any dirt, but the cage is not designed to hold much bedding for burrowing, comfort, or digging. The plastic trays under the grates are removable so you can clean it easily. Beyond the cage, each tier comes with two bowls that attach to small doors that open to allow for easy feedings. There are also decently large doors on each tier to allow you access to the entire cage. The whole thing is on wheels, so you can move it around as you need.

Rating: 4/5

Price: $$$

Lovupet 2 Stories Rabbit Hutch

This rabbit cage is wooden, not wire. Like many other cages, there is still a removable plastic pan that allows you to pull out the mess and clean it easily. Additionally, there are multiple cage doors on both stories so you can have complete access to the cage and your rabbit. One unique feature about this cage is that they designed it to give your rabbit various spaces. On both levels, there is a small, enclosed section that gives a rabbit a place to hide and rest when it ones. There are also open spaces on both levels to give the rabbit places to run around, explore, and play. Attached to the cage, there is a feeding trough for animals to feed from.

Rating: 4/5

Price: $$$

Small Indoor Rabbit Cage

PawHut 32”L 4-Level Indoor Small Animal Rabbit Cage with Wheels

This rabbit cage is tri-colored (black, white, and gray) with three platforms above the main level, so four levels in total. The ramps between the different platforms are non-slip to protect your rabbit. This gives your rabbit plenty of space to explore without taking up lots of square footage. The bottom tray of the cage is removable for easy cleaning, but the two doors are smaller than on some other cage options. The base of the cage is deep enough to prevent a burrowing rabbit from flinging bedding and waste out of the cage and onto the floor. The entirety of the cage is on wheels that allow you to move around the cage as you need, but they also have breaks, so when you want to keep it stationary, you can.

Rating: 4/5

Price: $$

This rabbit cage is on a small metal stand with space underneath in case you want to store anything beneath it. The bottom of the cage is deep and plastic, so you can fill it with plenty of bedding for your rabbit’s comfort and so it can burrow as much as it wants. There is a second platform that your rabbit can climb up a ramp and explore to provide a little bit more space. The whole cage is on a set of wheels so you can move it around as you want. The wheels do have breaks as well, so you can ensure that it will be stationary when you are not trying to move it. Most of the cage is a light brown color, but the wire is white.

Rating: 3.5/5

Price: $

Casifor Cage

The Casifor cage is more of a playpen than a permanent cage, but it does work to store your rabbit for day time fun and excitement. The playpen is big enough for your rabbit to have fun, but you can still use it very easily. Additionally, the entire pen is lightweight, portable, and it is easy to set up. The frame just pops open in seconds. This playpen is a great option for anyone looking for an indoor or outdoor play enclosure, rather than a permanent cage.

Rating: 4.5/5

Price: $

Buyers Guide: What to Look for and Consider When Buying a Rabbit Cage?

How to Choose the Best Cage:

  1. Before you even begin your search, consider what you need and value. Do you have a specific budget? If you do, figure that out. What is your space limit? Do you have space to get a higher cage but not a wider one or vice versa? Knowing what you are looking for will make the process a lot easier as you can immediately skip any cages that do not meet those criteria and narrow your search. A few ideas for possible priorities are removable trays for cleaning, a base deep enough to hold bedding, a stationary food bowl, multiple stories, a large door at the top, or on the side, etc.
  2. Consider your rabbit. Before you buy a rabbit cage, do some research into the breed of rabbit you are planning to get. If you are getting a larger or more active rabbit, it will need a larger cage to explore. Does the breed like to climb, and therefore you should get a cage with platforms or burrow/hide, so you need a cage that provides space to do that. Just like you need to consider what you need and want out of a cage, it is important to understand what your rabbit needs and wants, before you make a purchase, so you do not end up spending more money buying a second cage when your rabbit is unhappy.
  3. While functionality is usually one of the more important things, when you are looking for a cage, also decide if you like what it looks like. If you don’t, you probably do not want to buy it. You will spend a lot of time looking at it, and you do not want to put something in your house or your room that you do not think looks good. Chances are, there is a cage out there that meets your criteria as far as function, and that you enjoy looking at (or at least do not dislike looking at.)

Things to Avoid

  1. Do not get too small of a rabbit cage. Online you can find out how much space the breed of your rabbit needs to explore, and it is essential to get a big enough cage. Rabbits are active creatures, so if you get a cage that is far too small, it may get depressed or develop a variety of other problems. For this reason, it is important to look at the size of a rabbit cage before you buy it, so you do not end up with one that is too small for your animal. Therefore, if you are going to get a short cage, get a wide one, and if you are going to get a thin cage, get a tall one.
  2. Do not get a cage that is hard to clean. In order to keep both you and your rabbit happy, you will have to clean the cage on a regular basis. If the door of the cage is too small, or it is just generally challenging to clean, you will not want to do it as much. This can cause your house to start to stink, and your rabbit could get sick if it lives in waste and old food for too long.
  3. Do not buy a cage just for the extra pieces. It is nice when a cage comes with a food bowl or a water bottle, but do not buy a cage simply because it comes with those items. There are great cages out there that come with those items, but there are also cages that add those as a selling point, while the rest of the cage is lacking. For this reason, do not buy (or refuse to buy) a cage just because it does or does not have extra items that come with it.

Now that you are equipped with these reviews and tips for looking for a rabbit cage, you can feel more confident about your purchase. When you narrow down your search and figure out specifically what you are looking for (and then look at only good options that meet that criteria), the decision can feel less overwhelming. In the end, as long as you have your rabbit’s best interest in mind, it will be hard to go wrong with any of the above cages. Now, enjoy your time with your new rabbit friend and try not to stress out about buying a cage.