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NOTE: RSPCA Australia believes that in all farming systems, animals must be provided with freedom of movement and the ability to satisfy their behavioural, social, and physiological preferences and needs. The housing of rabbits in cages prevents key natural behaviours such as hopping, running, stretching, hiding, and lying comfortably and exploratory behaviour such as gnawing, leading to poor physical and mental wellbeing. See our policy on environment and housing of farm animals.