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    Toys/Hide ideas!?



    What are some good toys/hides I could add to my cage? I prefer ones I can make or low cost ones. I already have made a bunk bed and tunnel but they need more since the cage is pretty empty. I also prefer things that don?t take up too much space and can leave them plenty of room to run.

    Also, off topic but what do you think the max amount of female pigs could fit in a 3x4 with 1x2 kitchen and be happy. I have the 2 now but I was thinking of adopting another one pretty soon. Thanks!


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    Re: Toys/Hide ideas!?

    You could easily have 4-5 pigs in that cage.

    There are jillions of pictures of hideys in the photo galleries: https://www.guineapigcages.com/photo...ey-houses.html

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    Re: Toys/Hide ideas!?

    how did you make your kitchen & also your hay feeder?


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    Re: Toys/Hide ideas!?

    Quote Originally Posted by helennhazel View Post
    how did you make your kitchen & also your hay feeder?


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    The kitchen is made from corrugated plastic (basically made the same way as a cage bottom) only difference is the walls are 2? high so they can jump over easily.

    The hay rack I just bent an extra grid to make a ?U? shape and then measured coroplast to fit on the sides and back and zip tied it together, I have it hanging using binder clips.


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