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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    Here’s our boys’ new digs. We’ve had Milo, for a couple weeks now and we’re finally getting Oreo tomorrow. It is 36”x78”
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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    I built this with my friend a few weeks ago. Our 2 piggies love it but they will not use the ramps in it. So the only way they go into the other levels is if we put them in there. Can anyone tell my whey they wonít use the ramps? Iíve tried bribing them with veggies but they are not interested whatsoever. Is it because they might be to steep?
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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    This cage is nicely built but not suitable for guinea pigs. They need large horizontal areas for exercise and they are not climbers. They may use ramps that aren't too steep but there should be side rails to protect them from falling. Unfortunately the ramps in your cage could be dangerous. Guinea pigs are fragile and can't judge height, so even a short fall can cause severe injury or death. Also, the wood will become a problem because it's hard to clean and will become soaked with urine. A cage like this would be good for rats since they love to climb and explore.

    There are a number of grid cages pictured here that can give you ideas for building a cage: https://www.guineapigcagesstore.com/

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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/CBCkjJon..._web_copy_link

    Here's a video of Lacey's cage redecorated with a rainbow theme for Pride Month.

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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    New here! My daughters and I just finished a 2x4 C&C cage for our two young sows, Daisy and Poppy. Weíve had them one month since we rescued them and love them so much already. They love their new home too.
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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    Hello Friends, I'm new here. I want to buy a new cage, please give me suggestions. Thanks a lot in advance.

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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    Do you ever have any issues with bowing with the 3 grid span?

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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    This is my girls 30 sq ft enclosure
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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    Our latest upgrade for our babies. Both love going up the ramp. Their Zoomies include the ramps & lofts
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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    My newest setup it's a 7x2.5 with multiple bedding types, I am going to add a little bit of fleece under their houses for more comfort

    The front grids act as an accordion door for easier access as well using zip ties

    There's a hole in the grids to the right so they can get to that closed off area, needed to put the grids as extra support for the lid

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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    This is my guinea pig cage that I’m building! It’s almost finished I only need to screw on the door. It’s 5ft by 2.5 ft.
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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    Oh my goodness, @teambenji543 that looks so good!

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    Thanks! I’m really surprised at how well it came out! Right now the piggies are happily popcorning and exploring their new cage!

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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    The new piggie cage that my dad and I made together! It has waterproof linoleum on the floor, and waterproof walnut for the sides. There is also giant plexiglass windows, which I LOVE! There are holes made for the water bottles, and a little door for the pigs to come out for play time!

    I’m really in love with it! It’s so much easier to clean out when the cage doesn’t have a top. Also, since the wood is waterproof, I just wipe it down every few days!

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    ARGGHH! I'm so jealous!

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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    @teambenji543, that is one beautiful cage and the fleece is super cute! You and your dad did a great job.

    I wish my piggy cage has a plexiglass window but I have the standard C&C cage. Lily has taken to biting on the bars all over the cage and she would not be able to bite them if it is all plexiglass. I put up some Guinea Pig Cage Pig-A-Boo plexiglass panels but Lily still squeezes into the one grid that doesn't have it and gnaws away.
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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    My guinea pig is named Lily too! ( The black and white one) And spelled the same way!

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    Re: Let's see your cage Pictures please.

    Quote Originally Posted by teambenji543 View Post
    The new piggie cage that my dad and I made together! It has waterproof linoleum on the floor, and waterproof walnut for the sides. There is also giant plexiglass windows, which I LOVE! There are holes made for the water bottles, and a little door for the pigs to come out for play time!

    Iím really in love with it! Itís so much easier to clean out when the cage doesnít have a top. Also, since the wood is waterproof, I just1 wipe it down every few days!

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    This cage looks amazing! You should build and sell them online! I absolutley love the walnut color and the windows!

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    Thank you!! My dad is really into woodworking as a side hobby, and Iíve told him multiple times that he should open an Etsy shop.

    The windows are also a bit funny, if I hold my finger against it, then my guinea pigs start licking the glass thinking that theyíre licking my fingers.

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