I have rabbits currently housed in my shed. I need to get them out of my shed b/c there isn't enough room for them and they are urinating out of the cages. I also think it won't be cool enough for them in the summer, and I would like a more efficient rabbit waste disposal. I was going to build roofed, sided frames for the hutches and get red worms to help compost the waste in pits under the cages. But I am unsure of where to put these hutches. Originally I was going to put them on the north side of the house where the sun rarely shines. The area is in shade cast by the house much of the day. The rest of this part of the yard is my garden. So there is a fence in place to keep the dogs out and away from the rabbits. I planned on putting a privacy screen in front of the hutch to keep the hutches from view of the neighbors. There is no ordinance against rabbits in my town but I have had problems with these neighbors before and I don't need to give them any ammo. The other site I was considering is the south side of the house. It does get more sun but with the privacy screen in place it should be shaded enough. I would have to figure out a way to keep the dogs out of the area without it being obtrusive. A plus is that the neighbor on that side of me is a friend of mine. Do you think that the south side of the house would be adequate or do you think I should stick to the north side as I originally planned? Do you think it really matters?