- Make your own toys. I have an article about it that I'm continually updating: http://hollyshollands.weebly.com/bunny-fun.html. I also love this website: http://www.budgetbunny.ca/category/rabbit-toys/
- Build your own cage. This can be very cheap, especially if you know (or are), someone in the lumber industry. Hutches can be very cheap to make, and you can build them however you want to fit your needs and the needs of your pet.
- Shop at farm supply stores for hay and feed. Hay and feed can be expensive from pet stores. At my Animal Co*Op, I can get a 50lb bag of feed for just $20. A 60lb bale of hay is just $17. The feed usually lasts a month and the hay lasts for months.
- Find a place to spay/neuter your rabbit that isn't a vet office. Vets can be very expensive - especially to spay or neuter your bunny. Places like a humane society, animal shelter, or a spay/neuter center are usually much cheaper.
Owning a rabbit can be expensive, however, there are many simple ways you can cut down the costs.
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