Phoebe is making full use of all of her housing options. She stays safely closed up in her hutch at night, and then first thing in the morning, runs down her ramp to join the hens. During the course of the day, Phoebe spends time inside the coop, in the compost pile, stretched out on the dirt, and uses her chosen bathroom spot in the corner (given the option, rabbits are very tidy about their business.) Lately, she’s been digging a hole, seemingly just for fun and to keep her toenails worn down. (The hole is not near the fence, so no chance for escape, but we’re keeping an eye on it!)
She also goes in and out of her hutch, where there is hay on the floor, both for eating, and because it’s not good for a bunny’s feet to be on wire. Phoebe also has a cozy box to sleep in. But, on nice days, she uses it as a sleeping porch.
You never know where you’re going to find her. (She does nibble on the chicken food, but the bulk of her diet is good hay, rabbit pellets and greens from the garden.)