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    Travel cage ready

    We are about to leave on a road trip and Nibbler is coming along for his first ride! I've got his travel cage all set up and he seems to like it. What sort of travel cages do you all use? I love looking at new ideas!

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    Re: Travel cage ready

    That's a terrific set-up. Nibbler is traveling in style! My girls will be traveling in a pet carrier for three hours tomorrow. I've very lucky they get along, assuming the treats don't run out.

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    Re: Travel cage ready

    no, we travel in travel cages (7 hours by train with one / two transfers) to arrive into the wild park set-up on the ground with the fence built, so they can say hello to chickens and rest of the animals that live at my mother-in-law huge enclosure.

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    Re: Travel cage ready

    Quote Originally Posted by Pariscamp View Post
    no, we travel in travel cages (7 hours by train with one / two transfers) to arrive into the wild park set-up on the ground with the fence built, so they can say hello to chickens and rest of the animals that live at my mother-in-law huge enclosure.
    I wouldn't let them say hello to the other animals. They are prey animals & that screams bad idea.

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    Re: Travel cage ready

    In this paradise on earth they do have their proper hideouts and know the times when the goodies are coming, - but yes, good point,
    yet one cow invited herself close to the fence attracted by the fresh smell of hay, while Boulboule was at her dinner(my now Mom female) - we have a pic of that, Boulboule didn't move a brow

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