This outer ramp hooks up directly to the upper window of the
Cottontail Cottage. An extra fun way for kitty and bunny to get to
and from the middle floor! The ramp has a layer of wave board on
top to help give rabbits extra traction.
NOTE: The ramp is designed to connect with the Cottontail
Cottage. It is not stable on it's own and using it for a
separate structure or purpose is not recommeneded because of
Cottontail Cottage Ramp
From Anonymous of Ogden, Kansas on 4/18/2013.
The Cottontail Cottage Ramp bewildered my rabbits at first, but once they figured it out they really loved using it to climb to the second level. One of my rabbits really likes nibbling on the tread, so it may have to be replaced more quickly than the cottage itself. I am very happy with this purchase. . . .
Bunny took it off.
From Anonymous of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on 7/30/2012.
It didn't seem to hook on securely at top. Our bunny had it off pretty quick.Where the round holes are on one side just bends in.He only weighs 2 1/2 lbs.He enjoyed just playing with it.
Cotton tail ramp for condo
From Marlette Borland of Glenview, Illinois on 2/17/2012.
My bunnies love it. They use their condo much more with the help of the ramp, especially my older bunny. You are the only place I know of that carries this ramp.
Great addition to Cottontail Cottage
From Anonymous of Fairhope, Alabama on 8/1/2011.
He likes to run up the ramp to the second story of his condo
From Rebecca lloyd of Muskegon, Michigan on 7/29/2011.
I couldn't figure out how to attach this to the Cottontail Cottage so that my three house rabbits couldn't remove it. So I attached it to my couch with a clamp. Buns now have easy access to sit with me, and a cool hole to hop through and widen to their liking. I gave it three stars because it doesn't . . .
From Anonymous of Henderson, Nevada on 5/2/2011.
This item was recommended since I was getting the Cottage for my bunnies. While the idea is good, the design could be better. When setting it up, we had some issues figuring out how to connected the ramp to the cottage. I worry about the ramp still because where the sides connect together, it needs tape . . .
Too Steep for my buns!
From Jessica Perez of Eau Claire, Wisconsin on 10/22/2009.
This was actually a great idea, except for my rabbits prefer to jump from level to level rather than use a ramp. They tried it once and it was too steep of a ramp for them to hop up, and they just tried to avoid it by hopping from the base to the top in one leap. Additionally, it was a very weak structure . . .
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