Good 120cm Long Cages

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My parents say 120cm long cage inside any ideas? Unfortunately no c and c cages that size:(
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Ferplast with two front opening flaps is the best, followed by Skyline maxi with a top flap and only a very small front flap.
http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/small_pets/hutches_cages/rabbit_cage/120_cm_cages/14083
http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/small_pets/hutches_cages/guinea_pig_cages/120_cm_cages/83034

PS: A 2x3 grid C&C cage (i.e. ca. 70x105 cm) has the same ground space as a 60x120 cm traditional cage, but it would allow you to create a second story - provided you don't have other pets that would compromise the safety.
 

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Ferplast with two front opening flaps is the best, followed by Skyline maxi with a top flap and only a very small front flap.
http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/small_pets/hutches_cages/rabbit_cage/120_cm_cages/14083
http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/small_pets/hutches_cages/guinea_pig_cages/120_cm_cages/83034

PS: A 2x3 grid C&C cage (i.e. ca. 70x105 cm) has the same ground space as a 60x120 cm traditional cage, but it would allow you to create a second story - provided you don't have other pets that would compromise the safety.
Could 2 piggie live in a 2 x 3 c and c with 1 x 2 loft ?
 

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Good luck Emily. A 2x4 C&C would be perfect for a pair of girls. Sadly loft space doesn't count as proper space, it has to be floor level. C&C's are so much easier than the conventional cage too :)
 

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Going by what Wiebke has said with regards to a 3x2 c&c equalling the floor space of a 120x60 then I'm sure a 3x2 would be alright for a pair of girls if that's all the space you have:)
 

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A 2x3 grid cage with a hay loft is fine for two girls (offering the same ground space) and much better than a traditional 120x60cm cage with only one floor. ;)
 
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