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Midwest vs C&C vs other cages

BumpTrunk

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Hi! I'm the new owner of the Guinea pig. I have two boar cubs and I want to broaden my horizons. I currently have a cage in the Midwest, and I was thinking about buying a cage. I have a very interested cat and I don't think the C&C cage will work. I looked at the (Wayfair) sites mostly and they have a large number of huts. I have included links to some of them that I am considering, I would like to get some recommendations through them and maybe some recommendations. I really want to have two levels and lots of space!
 
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Ohh, I also had a guinea pig and I understand you. Caring for a guinea pig requires a lot of time and effort ... I had never had any pets before and was presented with a guinea pig. I knew absolutely nothing about these animals and then I did not waste time on this. As a result, one morning I saw that my guinea pig was dead. When I turned to the veterinarian, he saw a cage and said that because of my stupidity the animal did not survive. It turns out that they need quite a lot of space for life and also it all depends on their activity and lifestyle. Then I decided that I would learn all about these animals and buy myself another guinea pig. I studied articles for a long time and found the best <removed>. After that I bought a new guinea pig and I constantly took care of her. So be careful!

Edited by bpatters: We do not recommend hutches for guinea pigs. The link has been removed.
 
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@BumpTrunk, there are no links in your post.

A Midwest cage is definitely not large enough for two boars.

Why do think a C&C cage won't work?

If you look in the Photo Gallery, there are thousands of cage pictures.
 
@BumpTrunk: C&C cages work even with interested cats. You just need to have a cover on the cage and enough space that the guinea pigs can get out of reach of curious paws.
 
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