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Storm has destroyed small run

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fortifiedwithtea Sun 16-Feb-14 00:51:01

Just that really. Woke up Saturday morning to find it half way up the garden. Its the original P@H triangle pointy roof one. Our garden is on two levels with a tiny 2 brick wall up to the higher level. The wind must have taken the run and it hit the wall.

Oh well, it didn't owe us anything. It was 7 years old. But it was handy on days when the grass is very long and I don't want the Fur Babies to stuff themselves silly. And it was light and portable by one person.

Our big run is unscathed smile

It's worth remembering this is another reason why small furries can not be kept in these runs as an alternative too a proper hutch. I know someone who kept but no longer a rabbit like this. Isn't always the poor rabbits sad

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 16-Feb-14 10:07:59

7 years is good going for a run I reckon, so you got good return for your money. But it's a pain because now you need to go shopping for a new one <<sigh>> (But a bit of Guinea-Pig Retail Therapy is nice. Just step away from the Guinea-Pig Dress-Up Outfits wink )

We have our big run ( in the garage at the moment) and the top bit from their indoor cage (the metal bit) that they can go in if I want to limit their grazing time.
But they are very judgey in that grin

FernieB Mon 17-Feb-14 18:37:46

7 years is a long time for a run. Ours are usually chewed and past it long before then. I have a large folding wooden run which is hibernating in the shed until spring. The boys are making use of our indoor run at the moment. I put it in the kitchen so they are handy to remind me that the fridge needs opening to let out some of that salad every 5 minutes. Apparently if salad stays in the fridge too long it goes off confused.

Sleepingbunnies Mon 03-Mar-14 22:14:52

We are just about to buy a new run... Found a folding 5'' one on amazon. £75. I'm so excited. smile

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