As a rabbit owner, you should also have a realistic overview of the financial commitment required by a rabbit. Their costs can be as much as a pet cat or dog, or even higher. It is important that you can discuss the financial commitment with your loved ones to ensure you are well-prepared.

Here’s a typical breakdown of the financial cost that rabbit owners should be prepared for to ensure the basic requirement for their rabbits are met:

Initial Setup Cost – Estimated $450 to $1,300 for 1 rabbit

*By choosing to adopt from Bunny Wonderland, the cost of rabbit is reduced to a $50 adoption fee and your rabbit will be sterilized before adoption.

Cost of Rabbit* $50 to $500
Sterilization* $200 to $300
Housing Setup
Playpen or cage (more expensive)
Floor mats for home protection
Tools to bunnyproof your home
$100 to $300
Accessories
Food & Water Bowls
Litterbox
Grooming kit
Traveling Carrier
$100 to $200

*By choosing to adopt from Bunny Wonderland, the cost of rabbit is reduced to a $50 adoption fee and your rabbit will be sterilized before adoption.

Monthly Maintenance Cost – Estimated $200 per month for 1 rabbit

Food Purchase (Hay, Vegetables & Pellets) $160
Cleaning Supplies (litter, cleaner, trashbags) $40
Professional Grooming Care $50
Total = $250

 

Annual Additional Cost – Estimated $600 per year for 1 rabbit

Vet Consultations (assuming 2 visits per year) $300
Boarding Cost (assuming 10 days per year) $150
Miscellaneous replacement of items $150
Total = $600