I couldn't find any grid cubes in white at any of the stores near me, so I decided to go with closet shelving instead. I also have a shower curtain as a liner until I get coroplast. Total cage cost: about $18. I'm glad I went with closet shelving instead, it's sturdier and my guinea pigs don't bite the bars as much. Attachment 26315
My SO said he would make the boys a bigger cage from plexiglass and wood once we finish moving, I can't wait. Not that they
I finally got around to sewing my first cuddle cup and I'm pretty pleased with the outcome. Best of all, Leo loves it He is so comfortable now, I have seen him sleeping with his eyes closed for the first time.
Also a new cage is in progress, so I can finally get him out of that pet store cage and into something bigger. In my next update I'll post pictures of the cage.
And just for kicks here is a pigture of my
I thought it would be nice to keep a blog about Leo. For those who don't know, I stopped by a cat and small animal rescue about a month and offered to foster any guinea pigs that needed some extra attention. I was given a nameless tri-colored, abby boar that was surrendered with two sows. I took him home and snamed him Leo, because of his "lion mane".
Over the past month Leo has become very vocal and outgoing. He sounds the alarm at veggie time, breakfast AND lunch, and