Large Two Storey Cage for Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Ferrets etc £38.32 Delivered @ Viovet - HotUKDeals
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As our two guniea pigs were getting a bit bigger we started to look for a larger cage and couldnt believe our luck when we came across this!

Similar two storey cages were well over £100!

This cage measures - 120x59x102cm - So pretty big!!

Comes complete with two hayracks and free delivery!
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#1
Pooh ;)
#2
Monaco Blue
Pooh ;)


Lost me on that one?
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I have to say, the cage doesn't look nearly big enough for any of the animals mentioned.

I should add that I used to breed these animals, and definitely wouldn't have housed any of mine in such a small environment. Rats would be fine in this, but nothing larger.


Edited By: roof30 on Jun 18, 2011 22:19
#4
roof30
I have to say, the cage doesn't look nearly big enough for any of the animals mentioned.

I should add that I used to breed these animals, and definitely wouldn't have housed any of mine in such a small environment. Rats would be fine in this, but nothing larger.



Im sorry bit I really dont agree with that,

I currently have two guniea pigs that are happy in their current cage, which is a single layer, 100cm in length.

120cm double layer is a massive improvment on that for a very considerable price.
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roof30
I have to say, the cage doesn't look nearly big enough for any of the animals mentioned.

I should add that I used to breed these animals, and definitely wouldn't have housed any of mine in such a small environment. Rats would be fine in this, but nothing larger.



I agree with you. Imagine putting rabbits in this! Unfortunately rabbits and guinea pigs get a very raw deal and are nearly always kept in enclosures that are far too small. Their owners may think they are "happy" but I bet if they could complete a survey form...
#6
Well I can only speak for my guinea pigs who are currently very happy, as can be told by their "pop corning" around the cage.

Im sure they will be super happy with their new cage when it arrives.

Its a case of checking the measurements and using common sense. Not all animals are the same, pretty much the same as us humans,
#7
roof30
I have to say, the cage doesn't look nearly big enough for any of the animals mentioned.

I should add that I used to breed these animals, and definitely wouldn't have housed any of mine in such a small environment. Rats would be fine in this, but nothing larger.


I'M TOTALLY WITH YOU! HOW CAN YOU PUT A RABBIT IN SUCH A SMALL THING? SHOULD BE ILLEGAL!
#8
powerful_Rogue
roof30
I have to say, the cage doesn't look nearly big enough for any of the animals mentioned.

I should add that I used to breed these animals, and definitely wouldn't have housed any of mine in such a small environment. Rats would be fine in this, but nothing la


Im sorry bit I really dont agree with that,

I currently have two guniea pigs that are happy in their current cage, which is a single layer, 100cm in length.

120cm double layer is a massive improvment on that for a very considerable price.

lets put you in a small room for the rest of your life, unable to communicate, and i'l say to everyone you're lovin it!!!
#9
Looks like the anti-pet brigade are about.

Your comment doesn't make much sense to me, as I have TWO guinea pigs that communicate and get on great with each other, and are not currently short of space.

If I was treated as well as my two guniea pigs were, Id be a very happy man :D
#10
alcorlino999
roof30
I have to say, the cage doesn't look nearly big enough for any of the animals mentioned.

I should add that I used to breed these animals, and definitely wouldn't have housed any of mine in such a small environment. Rats would be fine in this, but nothing larger.



I'M TOTALLY WITH YOU! HOW CAN YOU PUT A RABBIT IN SUCH A SMALL THING? SHOULD BE ILLEGAL!


A thing called common sense? If your pets too big for the cage, dont buy it!
#11
powerful_Rogue
Looks like the anti-pet brigade are about.

Your comment doesn't make much sense to me, as I have TWO guinea pigs that communicate and get on great with each other, and are not currently short of space.

If I was treated as well as my two guniea pigs were, Id be a very happy man :D
Whatever, as long as you're happy!
#12
alcorlino999
powerful_Rogue
Looks like the anti-pet brigade are about.

Your comment doesn't make much sense to me, as I have TWO guinea pigs that communicate and get on great with each other, and are not currently short of space.

If I was treated as well as my two guniea pigs were, Id be a very happy man :D

Whatever, as long as you're happy!


As long as my animals are happy then im happy :)
#13
Hot! Ordered. Exactly what I need as I'm moving soon. I think it's easily big enough for 4 - 6 guinea pigs. I'm not sure about the rabbits. Just remember to allow your guinea pigs some exercise outside at least once a day.
#14
Not great for Guinea pigs, they aren't great with ladders and will hardly use the second floor.

I don't think being considerate about the amount of space your giving your pets makes you part of the Anit-Pet brigade does it? I'd have assumed the opposite.
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beansy

I don't think being considerate about the amount of space your giving your pets makes you part of the Anit-Pet brigade does it? I'd have assumed the opposite.


Certain people on here like to judge others without being fully aware of the facts.

I did a lot of research online before purchasing a new cage for my guinea pigs, and apart from the cages you build yourself, these are highly recommended. Just take a look around a few guinea pig forums.

All I know is that my two guinea pigs are going to have ample space when this arrives.
#16
There is no way that is big enough for guinea pigs.
#17
powerful_Rogue
beansy

I don't think being considerate about the amount of space your giving your pets makes you part of the Anit-Pet brigade does it? I'd have assumed the opposite.


Certain people on here like to judge others without being fully aware of the facts.

I did a lot of research online before purchasing a new cage for my guinea pigs, and apart from the cages you build yourself, these are highly recommended. Just take a look around a few guinea pig forums.

All I know is that my two guinea pigs are going to have ample space when this arrives.



Not judging anyone, just stating a fact, Guinea PIgs aren't great with ramps.

As long as your happy with your purchase, it's no one elses business.
#18
Leviticus
There is no way that is big enough for guinea pigs.


Check the measurements rather then judging the size by the picture.
#19
powerful_Rogue
Leviticus
There is no way that is big enough for guinea pigs.


Check the measurements rather then judging the size by the picture.


My judgement was based on the measurements, as well as the picture. It is very obvious that the advertised cage is not an environment best suited for a guinea pig. However, if you can sleep at night knowing that you've confined your guinea pigs to such a tiny cage, who am I, with my years of experience breeding guinea pigs, to tell you otherwise?
#20
I can sleep perfectly well thank you, just like my guinea pigs who are very happy with their new accomadation. They dont popcorn for nothing you know!

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