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Chrstmascactus, if you put the "rabbit hutch" in the heading you might get better response. I'm terminally curious, but many mambers on;y 'click" what seems to be interesting to them :)
You might also try The local Craigslist or Freecycle/Yard sale lists.
Hope you find what you need.
I keep large dog crates around just "in case". Almost any critter can live in one temporarily or permanently with adaptations. They're much easier to find, I think. I gave several away two years ago for all kinds of uses lol. Most have bars close enough together to contain anything bigger than a squirrel. I currently have one occupied by 3 week old kittens. If the spacing is too wide, chicken wire in the inside will help...
I don't belong to a rescue group.
I call them rescue because the people I got them from neglected these poor creatures...I'm just thankful they decided to give up their "pets" & I got them instant of maybe going into another bad environment.
I didn't know these folks & don't know what these poor things have been thru...how many owners??...just can see they were not taken care of...beautiful Jersey Wooly Rabbits...sad
I just thought they might be able to help you. When I did cat rescue, we used to lend cages for fosters, and could help with low/no cost Vet care, and getting proper housing, feed etc. We didn't want to take them away, just make sure they got what they needed. It can get very expensive to rehab animals.