We store the ladder on the top bunk when not in use as well.
The instructions below say no more than a 11° angle, so I think you could probably cut it so that the bottom is a few inches out at the bottom, but it may be harder to get off the bunk. The top of the ladder has brackets that hook over the bunk edge trim, so it doesn't pull away.
Here is the instructions from the manufacturer:
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