Hi all, I currently have a single boar living in this wooden indoor cage that I had built. The dimensions are 120x60 externally and internally 116x56. Is this going to be too small for two boars? Many thanks, Lucy
If you mean a double decker cage then no. But side by side yes. It's kinda not the same have a ramping connecting two cages side by side as having 1 large area without an obsticle. With one large area, it's gives your pigs the opportunity to do zoomies properly ( burst of energy randomly when they just run flat out in laps).Thank you for your replies, if I was to have a second cage connected to the original cage but joined but a ramp below, would this be sufficient?
It will certainly be bigger than your present cage and you could put a loft above it. Boars sometimes like to “get away” and have a bit of me time on their own xUpdate- I've persuaded my other half to let us get a C&C cage for our small office room. Looking online, it will only really take a 4x2 comfortably. will this be ok?
Did you buy your L-shape online or did you make it yourself?
The good thing about C&C cages is that you can make them into a different shapes to adapt tot he space that you have.
Is there a chance you could fit a large L-shaped cage into your office?
I ended up with an L shaped cage becasue that makes the most of the room that I have available for it, while maximizing the space that the piggies get too.
That's a great idea!If you buy a 4x2 with a loft you can add the loft bit at ground level on the side to make a 5x2 or 6x2 L-shape, just cut a 6 to 8 inch wide doorway in the correx between the rooms. My piggies like this sort of extension room as a walk-in hay area
I originally bought a 5 x 2 C&C with a 2 x 2 loft.Did you buy your L-shape online or did you make it yourself?
Ruby had you slaving good and proper!I originally bought a 5 x 2 C&C with a 2 x 2 loft.
But the loft didn't work out for a few reasons (a couple of the pigs wouldn't use it, Ruby kept going up and shrieking until someone lifted her down , and cleaning underneath it was a pain).
So I use the grids to turn the original 5 x 2 into a 7 x2, but made it L shaped. I just played around with the correx pieces until they all fit together - I used a lot of duct tape!