Whether you choose to house your rabbit indoors or outdoors, proper caging is essential. Small indoor cages are a good option if the pet gets other opportunities for exercising around the house or outdoors. Rabbits are very easily toilet trained – position a litter tray in a corner of the hutch where the rabbit usually toilets. Any cat litter is suitable, but chose one the rabbit is not interested in eating, and ensure wood shavings are untreated. Outdoor hutches need not be big if the rabbit gets regular exercise opportunities (carefully watched to avoid predators). If your pet is in a cage most of the time, ensure the size of the cage does meet exercise needs. Outdoor hutches should be of a sturdy dog-proof construction, with a dry sheltered sleeping area. Newspaper with straw on top makes very good bedding, and should be regularly changed to ensure it is always clean and dry.