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Cage New Fleece in Cage

Rakkk

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I FINALLY got some fleece into the cage. I have to so, it does really look nice. It's also going to be easier to clean. Underneath the fleece, instead of towels, I used training pads for puppies as they are useful and disposable. Here are some photos (I couldn't photo upstairs as it was too dark)

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Hoping to add more photos later!
 

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How big is your cage? For how many pigs?
 

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How big is your cage? For how many pigs?

It is big enough, 2m in length and 60cm in width with 2 stories. For only 2 female pigs.
 

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Ok. Thanks. Just checking, because we don't allow pictures of cages that are too small to be posted here. From the picture it looks kind of small.
 

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It does look a little small but sometimes pictures don't do things justice :)
 

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Just an FYI, puppy pads don't control smell very well on their own. If I were you, I'd use towels with them :).
 

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Another thing I'd like to add if your fleece is touching the puppy pads they may end up sticking to the fleece after being peed on so much.
 

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Just an FYI, puppy pads don't control smell very well on their own. If I were you, I'd use towels with them :).
I use a guinea pig friendly odour remover. I spray it in their cage before putting them in.
 

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