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  1. Becky

    Comment by 'Becky' in media 'Becky's Free Range, #7'

    Do you mean the grid wires or the electrical wires? They still can chew the grids, but all of the wires are beyond their short-legged reach.
  2. Becky

    Comment by 'Becky' in media 'Becky's Free Range, #03'

    Those are Cuddl-E-cups. I order mine from the Ferret Store, although there are some pet stores that sell them. Of course, make sure it's a pet store that doesn't sell animals.
  3. Becky's Free Range, #21

    Becky's Free Range, #21

    Grazing rights in the hay bins. On cutting the openings: it depends on the container, absolutely. The opaque bins were cheap steralite. I drilled four holes with the largest bit I had. Then I used a jigsaw to cut out the hole. The blue bin I used was rubbermaid. I stuck a regular knife (stupid,
  4. Becky's Free Range, #24

    Becky's Free Range, #24

    On cutting the openings: it depends on the container, absolutely. The opaque bins were cheap steralite. I drilled four holes with the largest bit I had. Then I used a jigsaw to cut out the hole. The blue bin I used was rubbermaid. I stuck a regular knife (stupid, cheap steak knife) in and cut aw
  5. Becky's Free Range, #25

    Becky's Free Range, #25

  6. Becky's Free Range, #26

    Becky's Free Range, #26

  7. Becky's Free Range, #28

    Becky's Free Range, #28

  8. Becky's Free Range, #27

    Becky's Free Range, #27

    On cutting the openings: it depends on the container, absolutely. The opaque bins were cheap steralite. I drilled four holes with the largest bit I had. Then I used a jigsaw to cut out the hole. The blue bin I used was rubbermaid. I stuck a regular knife (stupid, cheap steak knife) in and cut aw
  9. Becky's Free Range, #29

    Becky's Free Range, #29

  10. Becky's Free Range, #30

    Becky's Free Range, #30

  11. Becky's Free Range, #31

    Becky's Free Range, #31

  12. Becky's Free Range, #22

    Becky's Free Range, #22

    On cutting the openings: it depends on the container, absolutely. The opaque bins were cheap steralite. I drilled four holes with the largest bit I had. Then I used a jigsaw to cut out the hole. The blue bin I used was rubbermaid. I stuck a regular knife (stupid, cheap steak knife) in and cut aw
  13. Becky's Free Range, #20

    Becky's Free Range, #20

  14. Becky's Free Range, #19

    Becky's Free Range, #19

  15. Becky's Free Range, #18

    Becky's Free Range, #18

    On cutting the openings: it depends on the container, absolutely. The opaque bins were cheap steralite. I drilled four holes with the largest bit I had. Then I used a jigsaw to cut out the hole. The blue bin I used was rubbermaid. I stuck a regular knife (stupid, cheap steak knife) in and cut aw
  16. Becky's Free Range, #17

    Becky's Free Range, #17

    On cutting the openings: it depends on the container, absolutely. The opaque bins were cheap steralite. I drilled four holes with the largest bit I had. Then I used a jigsaw to cut out the hole. The blue bin I used was rubbermaid. I stuck a regular knife (stupid, cheap steak knife) in and cut aw
  17. Becky's Free Range, #16

    Becky's Free Range, #16

    On cutting the openings: it depends on the container, absolutely. The opaque bins were cheap steralite. I drilled four holes with the largest bit I had. Then I used a jigsaw to cut out the hole. The blue bin I used was rubbermaid. I stuck a regular knife (stupid, cheap steak knife) in and cut aw
  18. Becky's Free Range, #15

    Becky's Free Range, #15

  19. Becky's Free Range, #14

    Becky's Free Range, #14

  20. Becky's Free Range, #13

    Becky's Free Range, #13

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