Thank you. She was fine in the Midwest, but she is a large piggy. I wanted her to have more room. It's the biggest I could make it. I don't have any more room lol. I am hoping to bond her with one of my sets of girls. If not, I may find a baby for her. My kids and I volunteer at a rescue. They will eventually have a baby. Right now she is nextdoor to my senior girls.No wonder Bubbles is happy in that cage! It’s super
She is so happy! She had a red sore foot when I got her. She hid in her hidey house all the time at the rescue. I'm guessing that's why. I brought her home, cleaned it up. I have put gorgeous guineas f and m ointment and Neosporin on it and it's almost perfect now.That’s a wonderful setup - lucky Bubbles
I hate to disturb her right now. I will get a better picture of the bunk bed tomorrow. I snapped a picture from outside of my guinea pig room. She looked so comfy. I used a grid on two sides, one in the back, one on top. I used another about half way in between. Everything is secured with zip ties. I cut a piece of coroplast to fit over the grid then covered it with a fleece pad I made. You can't really see from this picture sorry. I will update tomorrow.Can we see a pigture of the bunk bed please? Sounds like something others would be interested in making. A pigture with Bubbles on it would better.