Wild rabbits live in large groups, inhabiting a bunny-built underground structure known as a warren. Some of these have been maintained and added to over many generations.
Since rabbits have evolved to live together with their extended families, there isn’t really a limit of how many bunnies you can keep together. Most of the time, the only constraining factor is the amount of space you have at your disposal.
Rabbits just LOVE company!
Most owners house a pair of rabbits, but keeping three or four are also popular options. Be sure that you have enough space to comfortably house all your rabbits, or else you’ll have to purchase multiple runs to create enough space.
As well as a nice, safe hutch to shelter and sleep in, your rabbits will also need a spacious outdoor area they can run around in. Rabbits in the wild have a lot of space to run around and munch on grass. Whilst pet rabbits don’t require quite as much grass as their wild counterparts, they will still appreciate the chance to stretch their legs. Your rabbits will soon become very unhappy if they are kept in a hutch at all times. They need a run too, preferably with lots of toys and tunnels to explore.