While waiting for your bunny to be ready for pick-up its a great time to plan for its arrival.
You will want to establish an area for your bunnies. This should include a kennel where they can be secured as well as play space. For the kennel, I do suggest you get something like the ones listed below. Notice that there is a wire bottom between the rabbit and the pooh. You can train them to use the litter box in their kennel.
https://a.co/d/5F7vXCC 26" cage
https://a.co/d/7Z2nq7m 2 story cage
Your bunny will need a lot of water-fresh, clean water. I water in bowls. For feed, I provide my bunnies with Tucker Milling Non-GMO Rabbit food and a blend of Alfalfa and Orchard Grass hay. I will provide you with a portion of each to use as transitional food.
Your baby has had toys in their cage and will enjoy having new ones from you. They love treats and this is a great way for you to bond with your new family member.
Choose an enclosure that works for your space and budget.
Hutch or cage
X pens are a nice way to provide your bunny with additional room to run and play