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Hi all, I'm usually on the chicken forum but I have recently got 2 9wk old rabbits. We have a hutch and run which are separate. I have looked for ways to link the 2 but all I have found is the runabout which although brilliant, is very expensive. I wondered if anyone has done this any other way. I need something flexible so that I can move the run around the grass whilst it's still attached to the hutch. Any tips welcome. Thanks.

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Pets at Home do a range of tunnels http://www.petsathome.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?freeText=rabbit+tunnel&x=17&y=17&storeId=10551&catalogId=10601&langId=-1 - we have a pair of the larger ones shown last on the middle row. They link with velcro and collapse up small into a bag for storage. But they have a hole halfway down to attach another tunnel to. The green one (second on middle row) might be a better option. For something more permanent, look at plastic ground drainage pipes at a builders merchant.

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We have items from Runaround for our Bunns and although expensive, they are fantastic quality and have been very well thought out...can't recommend them highly enough :)

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We bought the runaround thingy too - just the hosepipe and doors for the hutch and the run. OH from memory thinks it was about £70. Expensive but like the previous poster says brilliant. Extremely sturdy, well made and the buns love it.

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