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UK Where did you get your cubes from? (UK)

Myspoiltpiggies

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The cheapest place I can find is Kleeneze - and that is not cheap! Also I have A LOT of guinea pigs so it's going to cost me loads. They seem happy enough with their hutches.. but I'm not. The are falling apart now and they are hard to clean.. etc.. I don't want to use mesh, I want the grids. I am in the East of England, I travel around Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Peterborough.. and even to London as many relatives live there. If I can't find anywhere I'm just going to have to buy it in Kleeneze :( Its going to add up to a lot but I can afford it if its my only choice.
 
I've just found that there's a QD store in Peterborough so I'll have a browse for them in there one day. I doubt they'll have them but worth a try.
 
eBay.co.uk - However, Robert May sells really nice, good quality cubes for £22 for about 18 grids, I think. It is expensive but it looks really nice and neat and there is no plastic coating for pigs to chew off.
 
I ordered the Robert May a couple of days ago, the mag came yesterday and noticed it was silver so they wouldn't chew it off.. but extremely expensive for me :eek:(
 
I got mine from glitter on ebay. Two days later I was in B&Q and saw them in there for £19.99. That's the cheapest I've seen them anywhere since the C&C cage thing took off.
 
I got mine directly from the Robert May shop. 18 grids cost £25.
 
harlsden i just got them but there sold out.
 
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