Ronnie Roo65: I appreciate him showing us how to build a hutch, but he clearly hasn't had bunnies. Access for cleaning daily, untreated wood must be used, wire will hurt feet. lf not it can lead to high vet bills or death of your beloved pet.
Sofyan Tniza: هادا ممتاز
Ryudox la:The good news is you can feel satisfied getting your woodworking done eventhough you are lack of woodworking skill.
loftyskies123: way too small , how do you manage to get in and clean it out . its a piss poor house .
emad max: You got 330k views!!!!
fanofmany71: These comments make me laugh. It shows you just how negative many people are - instead of pointing out the positives, these people go to the negatives. It tells you a lot about these people making the comments - mainly, that they must get criticized a lot in their own lives so they have to dish it out on others. Video seems AOK to me.
loftyskies123: its too small and too open
biteeemeee101: so hard
LittleSparkleRabbitry: +alicia maria
Any treated wood is POISONOUS for rabbits. Pine wood is SAFE. But shavings ISN'T! The oils petstores sell for shavings will cause the rabbit to get respiratory infections
Jacqueline Strand: Where is the sheltered bed area? Where are the doors? Looks a good roof. What material did you use for it?
Orbit star: nice
alicia maria: Isn't treated pine toxic to most if not all rodents?
Capricewilton: How r u ment to get in the hutch.... -_-
BOT Thunder: stupid
rickallen154: Is that language necessary?
Tylor Cater: freak i wouldn't build that right even if i was sponsored by otter,
moe WaveY: No, he is just promoting Otter. If you look at that little decale on his shirt it says Otter on it. He is either an employee, or a big fan of Otter products.
snipersquad100: What a OTTER crap.
318Deepsouth: I think it took less tools to build my house. lmAo
318Deepsouth: So if i dont use Otter products for this whole build will it fall apart?