Just a couple of days ago i became a GP owner and i need some advice for a housing situation. My GP, Hilda, was gifted to me for my birthday and i immediatly started informing myself about everything she needs and how to take care of her properly. So, i read GP need about 8 Sq.Ft. of living space. In hopes of getting her some comapny later and the space she needs, i bought her a "Guinea Habitat Plus" by Midwest Homes for pets (attached pic), which includes a dividing panel that separates a "play area" from a "care area" by a ramp. The issue is Hilda seems too afraid to go up the ramp. I understand GP can be very fearful at first, but she is so afraid of crossing the ramp that she wont go from the play area to the care area even if she is very hungry! Should i remove the dividing panel or wait until she becomes used to it? I have been crossing her myself for a couple of days in a snuggle cloth thinking that perhaps she will get used to it and go for it herself but so far she just cries until i come. I just want her to be happy and the product claims that the dividing panel is a way to keep her and her habitat clean, but i'm afraid she's going hungry and thirsty. Anyway, any advice would be greatly appreciated. Sorry for the long post and the spelling mistakes, English is not my native language.