Wanted: Guinea Pig indoor Cage - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Expired

Wanted: Guinea Pig indoor Cage

steffi29986 Avatar
6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Looking for a guinea pig cage for indoor use, one of my little boys guinea pigs died and we need to get another one and want to gradually introduce the new and old one so need another cage to keep the new one in and dont really want to spend £80 on a new cage, if you have anything please let me know a price your looking for thanks
steffi29986 Avatar
6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Options

All Comments

(10) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
where are you?
#2
wigan nr manchester
#3
iv got one that I had m hedgehog in, but im in blackpool and dont drive, could curior it for u, dunno how much itd be, trying to find a pic of one similar

its pretty much the same as this one on ebay
220554213035

and i have a large wheel, some log furniture, food bowls, water bottle etc

looks like could use collect+ for posting which is £4.50ish

if ur interested let me know, ill work out what i want for it depending on whether u want accessories etc

oh, n forgot to mention, dont know wht bedding u use for a guinea pig but have half a bag of hay, and poss a pkt of sawdust
#4
ok,shame its not local,ive got a spare cage,but the top is transparent and might not stand up to postal handling.i know its a bit fragile because a similar one caved in when the German Shepherd stood on it:whistling
Hope you get something soon.
#5
I have a cage that we used for our rabbit. It's indoor and on wheels so off the floor.

Sold usually to vets and classrooms for handling and caring for pets easily so was pretty pricey. Will find a link for you.x
#7
tatemze
iv got one that I had m hedgehog in, but im in blackpool and dont drive, could curior it for u, dunno how much itd be, trying to find a pic of one similar

its pretty much the same as this one on ebay
220554213035

and i have a large wheel, some log furniture, food bowls, water bottle etc

looks like could use collect+ for posting which is £4.50ish

if ur interested let me know, ill work out what i want for it depending on whether u want accessories etc

oh, n forgot to mention, dont know wht bedding u use for a guinea pig but have half a bag of hay, and poss a pkt of sawdust



AFAIK guineapigs arent meant to use wheels/balls as it hurts their backs

OP do you have a 'the range' near you? Or even a pets @ home? I bought my guineapigs a new cage a couple of month ago and one big enough for 2 was only £35 or something, including a house, bowl etc.
#8
lil_tiger
AFAIK guineapigs arent meant to use wheels/balls as it hurts their backs

OP do you have a 'the range' near you? Or even a pets @ home? I bought my guineapigs a new cage a couple of month ago and one big enough for 2 was only £35 or something, including a house, bowl etc.


i had no idea about guinea pigs using wheels, I havnt had one since I was about 5, I had it for my hedgehog, which are fine to use wheels, just thought I'd mention I had one as it could be included if wanted :thumbsup:
#9
tatemze
i had no idea about guinea pigs using wheels, I havnt had one since I was about 5, I had it for my hedgehog, which are fine to use wheels, just thought I'd mention I had one as it could be included if wanted :thumbsup:


you actually owned a hedgehog??? Wow lol I thought you meant you rescued it or something......as for the wheels etc, I once mentioned to the vet that I was thinking of getting one (as I like to let them run around sometimes as they are inside pigs, and they just nibble everything!) I thought with one of them massive ball things I could let them run around the house without constantly watching them, and in the garden when we have bbq's etc but apparently putting them in even the huge balls is really bad for their back :roll: So I didnt bother....
#10
lil_tiger
you actually owned a hedgehog??? Wow lol I thought you meant you rescued it or something......as for the wheels etc, I once mentioned to the vet that I was thinking of getting one (as I like to let them run around sometimes as they are inside pigs, and they just nibble everything!) I thought with one of them massive ball things I could let them run around the house without constantly watching them, and in the garden when we have bbq's etc but apparently putting them in even the huge balls is really bad for their back :roll: So I didnt bother....


I had a pygmy hedgehog, he was cute and tiny, grew to the size of a large hamster as an adult and was beigeish in colour. unfortunatly he got poorly and died last year, and I just havnt got round to selling the cage yet.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!