Exercise pen – Midwest brand 30” high, at a minimum, with walk through door, 4’ square.
Flooring if on carpet or hard wood / laminate – heavy vinyl flooring, 6’ square, or a flat carpet to cover your flooring. Throw rugs or fleece blanket for xpen.
Extra large cat litter box (no hood). Walmart sells a gray one for $6.
Heavy ceramic water and food dishes (water: 2-4cup approx.) (food:1 cup approx.) NO water bottles.
Litter for box – Tractor Supply Horse Bedding Pellets (40lbs for $6) or you can use Carefresh or Feline Pine from pet store but more expensive, or puppypee pads. – NO shaved pine pieces deodorizers, no colors, baking soda, clumping cat litters, or gravel litter.
Hay – Timothy Hay (preferred) or orchard grass. You can add oat hay and alfalfa as treats. ACHR sells Timothy and Orchard Grass. $20 for 2 flakes –Timothy averages 10-12 lbs; orchard grass averages 8 lbs. You can also find quality hay online – Small Pet Select or Oxbow (50 lb. box is most economical).
Pelleted Food – Oxbow Essentials or the preferred brand Sherwood Pet Health (https://sherwoodpethealth.com/) Sherwood is available thru Amazon as well. Do NOT buy rabbit food with the treats in it.
Carrier – Top opening is a must. Pet Mate 19” is ideal for average size rabbits (large breeds like Californians, New Zealand’s, Flemish Giants need the 24”).
Hidey box – Large cardboard box with cut outs, or a sturdy plastic footstool.
Grooming supplies – brush (SleekEZ / Groom Ninja for short hair breeds, Hair buster comb for long hair breeds), cat nail clippers, Kwik Stop.
Newspaper for lining the litter box (if using) and white vinegar for cleaning.
First aid basics (House Rabbit Resource Network sell a great basic kit for $20. http://rabbitresource.org/care-and-health/medical-emergencies/1019-2-emergency-kit/)