Okay, I am a rabbit newb. Have had a mini rex for several weeks. She has been in the garage in a hutch - one of those TSC style hutches... you know, wooden, 3'x4', sits off the ground, wire on three sides, sloping roof, etc. We gave her an open-topped wooden box to use as a bed, it's about the size of a shoe box and we put a couple of T-shirts in it. She likes to hang out in it; keeps it clean. However, we plan to move the hutch outdoors for the summer. Sit it in a fenced yard (6ft. chain link; should keep dogs & other critters out...) Here's my question: Should we make her an enclosed box to go inside the hutch? It is often windy & rainy, here in Michigan. I have seen "nest boxes" on the pet supply websites, but what I was thinking was a little burrow, like 9 inches high, 9 inches deep and 14 inches long - a wooden box with a little hole for an entrance. Would a rabbit use this? My family is not at all handy, so this might be a stretch. I will do it if it makes sense. Thank you for all input.