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C&C How Would You Describe C&C Cages?

CathiiPiggie

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I'd like to hear some words on what you think about C&C cages!
e.g. Easy-to-build....
 
Customizable
 
Thanks, keep it coming :)
 
1: Easy to build. (Sorry!! I stole it from you.)
2: Nice and big.
3: VERY cheap.
4: Creative.
5: Easy to add on to.
6: Easy to take apart if needed.
 
They are great to have. You can make it fit your personality or your piggy's personality
 
spacious, inexpensive
 
utilitarian, functional
 
Fun to remodel :)
 
Expensive in the UK! < -- Bad point
Easier to clean
Fully customizable
 
Easy do it youself project.
Affordable
Customize to fit space available in your home
Roomy
Can use your imagination on decor
 
roomy
affordable
cheaper than pet store cages
easy to take apart
easy to assemble
customizabler
elatively easy to clean
cleaning hay-and-fur-covered fleece is a pain
loved by my cavies
 
- inexpensive
- Open and roomy
- Simple to build
- Fun to decorate
- Easy to disassemble and move around (The smaller, single level ones at least)
- Simplistic, modern design that can fit in with any house decor ( depending on the color of plastic, bedding)
- Healthy (more airflow and room to play)

Yeah, I can't think of anything that hasn't been said. C&C cages are just amazing. There are no downsides to them. They're way better than any other cage you can buy.
 
ingenius
I only have one thing to contribute :)
 
Already been said but my favorite things are how you can make them any size. My cage is 56 square feet. You cannot get a pet store cage that big.
They are easy to remodel. I changed my cage 4 times.
You can build them to fit your space. I needed an L shape at the old house.
They are just wonderful cages.
 
Stackable = Convenient!
 
Re: How Would You Describe C&C Cages? Love 'Em!

I'm with spy9doc. While I love it's versatility, I got a bun so I too experienced some of his/her pains.

:DAs far as "grid & coroplast", then I got a 6 level high creation of 'wire' with each level having a riser between the next so it's easier for Kitty to run top to bottom & side to side.
:shhh:Try using the tip of a blade when scoring, worked for me.
:sick:About the odor... try cleaning it w/a vinegar & water mixture, then put (clear) tape in the corners/crevices. Easier to wipe up and you can always change the tape provided your cleaning schedule is maintained.
:)And I'm changing my set up too! 6 high, 2 deep & 3 wide is not satisfying enough for me & the bun. This time though, I'm reinforcing it with pvc pipe framing (if you can call it that). They will hold up the weight of the creation as well as allow me to make everything accessible for cleaning and remodling the next time I get bored in the office or make it more adventurous for Kitty.
:cool:Whatever you come up with, remember, it's cool for you.

Aloha!
 
A ready-made recipe for binkying bunnies and pop-corning piggies! :)
 
I love it! The only down side I feel is having to use cable ties because the connectors are crap. I just remodeled mine again today, went from a 2x4 w/ 1x2 loft to a tri-level 2x4 top and bottom level with a "U" shaped second level. Third level is open top and the second level has removable front and removable interior grids to make cleaning bottom easier. ANYWAY, my fingers are very very sore. lol I only have two piggies and my youngest is just popcorning all over the place! LOVE C&C cages!!
 
Awesome, thanks to everyone :)

and @schavarry, good point about being Stackable - I didn't think of that one!
 
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