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    I love your cage! How did you make your external ramp? How did you get the middle level to stay up? I love how you used all the space you could. Thank you!
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About G_Piggler
Location:
Arizona
Guinea Pigs:
Waiting for the right two bonded sows!
My Cage:
3x2 w/ 3x1 loft and 3x1 kitchen
My Cage Specs:
C&C Cage, 2x3, Includes upper deck, Meet or exceed recommended sizes (see www.CavyCages.com)
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Some quick updates now that we have our Gpiggies!

I have covered the ramp with Fleece, & the incline is a bit slippery, so I suggest a mat of some sort for the floor. I think because the side is "open" to be seen inside the cage, they really do not potty in the ramp.

We re-homed babies, so I added a coro lip all around the perimeter of each floor. My 2 month olds can still squeeze through the grid squares.

I took out the "canopy bed" in the loft and added 2 snuggle sacks that we use for lap time as well.

My girls LOVE running laps in all directions and patterns! Happy Gpiggies need long lap routes!

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