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Date Posted: 03:44:56 04/29/10 Thu
Author: Alison Loveridge
Subject: Rabbit Cage Problem

Has anyone had problems with 2 storey Trixie cages with runs?
Our rabbits preferred being out of their cage and one tried to escape by pushing between the cage door and the bars on either side of it. The wire walls and door of our cage are built from bars that are so narrow and flexible, that the rabbit bent the bars. The rabbit was able to push its head into the gap between the door and the wall, but not get right out, or pull its head back, and it choked to death. The manufacturer, Trixie, says that our rabbit is the only one that has been killed by the cage in this way, but I wonder if other people have had problems with the cage but just haven't contacted them. If you know of any problems can you let me know? This information could help get the cage improved.
If you aren't sure what I mean I am happy to send a photo of the cage, or post one.

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