That’s so coolHi @Hector I have a two tier cage like yours with an added shelf on the top tier for hideys, and we have a puppy pen permanently attached as their 'garden' area. My partner cut a hole in the front so they don't have to worry about too many ramps, and they seem to like the burrow effect this gives the cage!
If for any reason we need to shut them in the cage for a while, we have a metal flap (used to be wooden) that we screw on across the hole to keep them in! IT's great because we can extend the outdoor area with another pen, and make it smaller if needs be, too!
I will say we don't use the radiator behind the cage!
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Ooo beautiful, but I can imagine how much of a pain to clean it out it would be.I have been looking through everyone's lovely, hutches, C & C and homemade cages and thought I would share some of my own. These are some of my indoor cages bought from Better Bunny Homes Quirky Animal Housing. Julie makes them to order, so I chose the size, colour and design and I am thrilled with the way they turned out!
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They are 6ft wide, 2ft deep and just over 6ft height. The first pic is how they were when first delivered and assembled. I did find the doors too big though, so my husband made them each into two smaller doors. Currently the middle level is occupied by two piggies I just adopted. My other two pigs live in a cage my husband and I made. I do small animal boarding and these cages are supposed to be just for boarders, but they are gradually being occupied with rescue pigs!
Oh my goodness this looks like a fulltime job, how do you manage all this?Two 2x9 c&c stacked cages.
Built it myself.
Top cage houses 3 boars.
Bottom cage houses 5 sows and 1 neutered boar.
Grids bought from wayfair.co.uk
Beam running along the underside of the top cage so I could keep the whole of the bottom cage open
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