Can I have a photo? XxEsther, I have done the same thing in my one storey hutch. I bought a ramp online, can't remember where from. The surface is coated in a green non-slip material, which my guineas manage fine. I know Amazon had these ramps for sale too, they are not too pricy. May be worth a try?
Above the bedroom I have made a hayloft. I used a cat litter tray, which I cut a doorway into that the ramp sits in. I then put a cover on by using the bendable stick hideys, if you know what I mean?
Please read my latest thread I NEED YOUR HELP! I don't know what to doFirst ramp done today while cleaning, as it stretches across the full width of the hutch, I no longer need the litter tray and foot to raise it. Plus as its a snug fit, I no longer need to screw it down which makes it a lot easier to take out and clean. (I have been a busy DIY bunny today! )
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I'll do the same with the upper deck and replace this current set up with the same as the photo above.
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That''s brilliant ! I must admit , 3 ft isn't enough floor space for guineas - but, you've made up for that with the top floor . - Do they use the ramps ?This is my set up,oh worked hard,the shed is insulated,we bought a 3ft double hutch with ramps going to the top.
They do use the ramps,they were a little unsure when I got them bit they are quite happy to use them now.That''s brilliant ! I must admit , 3 ft isn't enough floor space for guineas - but, you've made up for that with the top floor . - Do they use the ramps ?
love your set up - I am trying to expand my tunnel system - and I love that you have yours around the trampoline - I am going to have to do that!Oops some how managed to post the pics twice!
Thank you fury critters, my bunnies loved it and hopefully my piggies do too.