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About DocDolittle

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About DocDolittle
Biography:
I am 17 years old and live in Illinois. Bought my first cavy in August of 2003, and have had 4 since
Location:
Plonkerworld, the new happiest place on earth!
Guinea Pigs:
Own one boar, Cocoa, golden agouti 2 years old. Sadly, on November 4th 2004, my other male, Pebbles, died from Scurvy. Got new 9 week old boar on 12/11/04 named Pippin, chocolate/caramel abyssinian. I also adopted a young male abyruvian from the bar
My Cage:
3x6 c&c cage
My Cage Specs:
C&C Cage, 2x5 or greater, Pet Store Purchased Cage, no longer used as main cage, Meet or exceed recommended sizes (see www.CavyCages.com)
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Honestly, I would say that this cage is not large enough for four guinea pigs. While adding a second level may seems helpful, it also takes away alot of room from the base level. I would think that it's large enough for two, maybe three guinea pigs, at most.

Other than the size dilemma, great cage. One suggestion for doors is just grids cable tied at the top and clipped at the bottom, so they swing up and down. Also, for ramps, you may want to try bent grids.

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