It is possible for rabbits to be kept outside at night, but it depends on several factors. If you have a hutch with a solid roof then this should protect your rabbit from sun and rain, but if they are left outside then you need to provide them with some form of shelter where they can hide away during the day. They will also need plenty of food and water, as well as a place to dig.
Can Rabbits Be kept in Garden
Rabbits can also be let out into an enclosed area such as a garden at night, but you must make sure that there is no danger from predators or other hazards. It is important to remember that rabbits are prey animals and they may be scared by humans or other animals in their surroundings at night. You also need to be careful that they don’t eat poisonous plants when they are outside, so this is one reason why it is not recommended to leave them alone in your garden for extended periods of time.
Rabbits are social animals
Rabbits should always have company when being kept outside. It is also important to remember that they can go into the shed if it gets too cold and this could be dangerous, as well as uncomfortable for your pet. This article does not take into account the housing or food requirements of rabbits and these must be provided for correctly.
Rabbits will need a space with shelter from the sun,rain and wind
They can be kept outside in a hutch, but this should have a solid roof and the rabbit should be able to go inside for shelter during the day as well as at night. Rabbits must also be kept safe from predators such as foxes which could attack them. If they are not housed in a shed or enclosed area then there must be a fence around the area to protect them.