I am building my guinea girls C&C this weekend, and will be purchasing the Target grids. It comes with goood AND bad grids. Don't worry, I plan on using the bad grids for the stand and a storage stacked side thing.
My question is:
On a Target review on the grids, a poster posted about the good grids having 2 in Spacings, and having to return them because she thought they were bad.
If the good grids are really are 2 in and are not good to use (I read on the C&C homepage) and only the 1.5 are, then why do I see pictures of other members using them? Even on the official website. I am just a bit confused, whether the good Target grids are appropriate or not for a C&C. I just don't want to go out and buy the wrong thing. I apprieciate any help you can contribute. Thanks
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Don't use the Target grids, they are only 8 holes x 8 holes. The spacing is too big and GPs can get their little heads caught. You want 9 holes x 9 holes. You can get those at Sears or Bed, Bath, and Beyond. If you use BBB go online and sign up for their email list. You will get a 20% off coupon.
Re: Grid Spacings?
There are some members who didn't know about the dangers of the Target grids. I've been removing pictures of pet store cages from the gallery, but haven't got time to remove all the cages with dangerous grids.
Originally Posted by HappyHopperz