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A convert

NoVeil

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I made a convert! It was not a total success but it is a step in the right direction. A friend of mine saw my guinea pig cages and recently got a rabbit. She asked for my help in building a cage since she liked the idea of my cages. I tried to talk her into coroplast but she saw foam poster board and decided it would work just as well since the bunny will be litter trained. I pushed a 2x3 idea to her but after seeing it, she made it 2x2 with a 1 grid loft. It is a cute cage, smaller than I would like but still loads bigger than a store cage. Right now, the rabbit does have a lot of space and she gets floor time during the day. She has a lot of grids left over so she can expand as her rabbit gets older, the bunny is only about 3 weeks old right now and about the size of one of my guinea pigs.

So....a partial success anyway but a seed has been planted..
 

CavyCatastrophe

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good for you
 

cinn&sprinslave

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NoVeil said:
I made a convert! It was not a total success but it is a step in the right direction. A friend of mine saw my guinea pig cages and recently got a rabbit. She asked for my help in building a cage since she liked the idea of my cages. I tried to talk her into coroplast but she saw foam poster board and decided it would work just as well since the bunny will be litter trained. I pushed a 2x3 idea to her but after seeing it, she made it 2x2 with a 1 grid loft. It is a cute cage, smaller than I would like but still loads bigger than a store cage. Right now, the rabbit does have a lot of space and she gets floor time during the day. She has a lot of grids left over so she can expand as her rabbit gets older, the bunny is only about 3 weeks old right now and about the size of one of my guinea pigs.

So....a partial success anyway but a seed has been planted..

Yay I am so glad you made a difference!
 

CavyCrazyMom

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woo hoo!

NoVeil said:
So....a partial success anyway but a seed has been planted..
Everyone that moves to a better cage is a sucess, even if it's only one! That means that there is one more pig/bunny not in a cage that's too small! Good for you, you're a great friend!

~~Cheri~~
 
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