The 6 Best Indoor Rabbit Cages

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"This cage has plenty of room for litter, blankets, and toys, and there is an upper level for food and water bowls."
"This rabbit cage is sturdy, secure, and roomy enough for bunnies who like a little bit of space to move around."
"This pet habitat comes with a non-drip water bottle, hay guard, and tip-proof food dish, which all fit on the upper feeding level."
"A truly beautiful raised enclosure that can be split into two smaller living areas or left as one large space."
"Give your pet rabbit a truly adorable 'home' with this single level, A-frame wire cage."
"This wheeled pick features a ramp leading to a raised feeding area, plus a deep plastic tub with a removable grill top."

Best Overall: MidWest Homes for Pets MidWest Wabbitat Deluxe Rabbit Home Kit


This incredibly well-named “Wabbitat” has everything you want in an indoor rabbit cage (and nothing you don’t). Measuring 39.5 x 23.75 x 19.75 inches, the cage includes a hay feeder, water bottle, and feeding bowl, making it a one-stop-shop to keep your bunny safe, comfortable, and well-fed. It has both top and side doors for easy access, as well as a raised top level for eating and drinking. As an added bonus, the cage can also be expanded with attachable extensions sold by the same brand. There is also a larger version (measuring 47.16 x 23.62 x 19.68 inches) if you want even more space for your furry friends.

Customers write that the MidWest Wabbitat Deluxe Rabbit Home is easy to assemble and even easier to clean. There’s plenty of room for litter, blankets, and toys, and the upper level for food and water bowls prevents them from getting knocked over during play.

Best Budget: Tucker Murphy Pet Gus Rabbit Cage

The Gus Rabbit Cage checks all the boxes for a great cage for your pet rabbit at a bargain price. The cage includes a feeder, top and front doors, and a slide-out tray for easy cleaning. The wire enclosure is sturdy and escape-proof, and the plastic base can be quickly wiped down. It’s even foldable for easy storage or transportation. The largest-sized cage measures 20 x 47 x 23 inches.

Customers write that the Gus Rabbit Cage is the best they’ve seen at this price range, with powder-coated wire that’s heavy-gauge and highly secure. It’s simple to put together, and reviewers like the attractive blue finish. Most importantly, rabbits love it—and some have “more space than they know what to do with,” one customer writes.

Best With Accessories: AmazonBasics Small Animal Cage Habitat With Accessories

For an affordable cage that includes the basic accessories you need to keep your rabbit safe and happy, AmazonBasics has you covered with the Pet Habitat enclosure. The cage comes with a non-drip water bottle, hay guard, and tip-proof food dish, which you can place on the upper level (accessed via ramp) to keep it separate from your rabbit’s sleeping and play area.

The enclosure has both side and top doors, with an iron wire upper frame and plastic base. We especially love the secret hideaway space beneath the raised balcony—it’s the perfect, cozy nook for a bun to catch some shut-eye. The cage’s standard size measures 31.7 x 21.8 x 18.1 inches, but is also available in large and jump options.

Best Hutch: Ware Manufacturing WARE HD Double Rabbit Hutch

While it comes at a higher price point than most standard cages, the WARE HD Double Rabbit Hutch is one of the best indoor rabbit cages if you're concerned with style as well as your rabbit's quality of life. Made of rust-resistant wire and exterior-grade plywood, it’s finished with a waterproof, non-toxic stain that gives it an especially appealing style. The hutch includes a slide-out pan and a removable divider, which lets you instantly transform it into two side-by-side living spaces. 

The WARE HD Double Rabbit Hutch has the added benefit of being an indoor-outdoor enclosure since the stain on the wood has a waterproofing element. So if you’re hoping to give your rabbits a taste of nature (while still keeping them safe), this is a great way to do it. The WARE HD Double Rabbit Hutch measures 47.75 x 48 x 34.5 inches and includes a pair of front doors for quick access, whether you’re housing one rabbit or two.

Best A-Frame: Kennel-Aire A-Frame Bunny House, 30"

For a unique cage that provides more room than a traditional box enclosure, we love the Kennel Aire A-Frame Bunny House. True to its name, this cage resembles a miniature house, complete with a triangle roof and arched doorway. It’s made of durable black wire (with a removable plastic tray), and can be assembled with no special tools. It sits on four rolling casters for easy movement and includes both top and front entrances. Despite its spacious appearance, the cage folds completely flat, so storing and traveling with it is easy. 

With its soaring roofline, think of the Kennel Aire A-Frame Bunny House as a mini-mansion for your beloved pet. It measures 29.50 x 16.50 x 24 inches and fits together securely, despite its ornate appearance.

Best on Wheels: Tucker Murphy Pet Bressler Small Animal Cage

Putting your cage on wheels makes it easy to transport from one room to another, or even take a short trip outdoors. The Bressler Small Animal Cage sits on four rolling casters on a tubular steel stand, and it’s a breeze to push wherever you need it to go. It also features two large doors and a ramp leading to a raised feeding area, plus a deep plastic tub with a removable grill top. All in all, it’s a stellar cage whether you need the wheel features or not.

Customers do write that it's somewhat hard to assemble, but the end product is sturdy. The wire spacing is the perfect size for small paws—and since it sits higher up than most cages, it provides a great way to watch your furry pals in action.

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