A hutch is a type of cage used typically for housing domestic rabbits and chickens. Other small animals that can be housed outside, including exotic pets like foxes, can be also housed in hutches.
Most hutches have a frame constructed of wood, including legs to keep the unit off the ground. The floor may be wood, wire mesh, or some combination of the two. One or more walls of the hutch are also wire mesh to allow for ventilation. Some hutches have built-in nest boxes and shingled roofs — these are generally intended to be placed directly outside rather than inside another shelter such as a barn.
Inexpensive rabbit hutch includes water bottle, cage cup, plastic dropping pan. Durable and rust resistant, galvanized mesh with reinforced front panel doors that open upward and inward, latching to the ceiling, so you can reach in with both hands. Assembly required.(You need a cage clip plier to assemble the hutch).