New Indoor Hutch

Seven7

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This is our new indoor hutch from Amazon. It is currently drying from waterproof spray paint. I am waiting for it to dry so I can put a second coat of waterproof spray paint over it. This is an indoor hutch so I am mostly concerned about pee getting to the wood part and not the weather. I attached wheels at the bottom so I can roll it around the house.

The hutch has a separate bedroom from the main living space and the floor can be washed. There will be only one guinea pig living in there.
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This is really cute!
Pity the shipping to Australia is more than the hutch.:(
 

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It looks lovely, but it is also very small (even for 1 pig) so if you can manage to get another hutch to expand it that would be great.
We also have a lot of members who add grids or a playpen around their hutches and use a ramp so their piggy has permanent access to a bigger area.
 

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It looks lovely, but it is also very small (even for 1 pig) so if you can manage to get another hutch to expand it that would be great.
We also have a lot of members who add grids or a playpen around their hutches and use a ramp so their piggy has permanent access to a bigger area.
Amazon has provided this size for this hutch:
In inches 38.2 X 19.6 X 33.8 inches.
In cm 97cm X 50 X 86 cm.

Prior to buying this hutch from Amazon, I made sure it could be connected to another same hutch. Also, there were many comments made by people who bought two, and connected them successfully with photos provided.

Also, my current indoor cages for Finn and Lara can be connected, and made to be much bigger.
They live in separate cages because I am not a breeder, so I will do more harm than good if they had babies.
The way I obtained Lara was because Lara was unwanted by a friend, and Lara would have been homeless if I didn't take her in. I bought her a cage for $100 and gave her home. I had Finn from when he was a baby, and I was looking for a cage-mate for him when this happened.

I also try to provide them with outdoor experiences by moving their cages outside when the weather is really nice. Also, I move them around the house to give them different views of the house. All of their cages and this hutch have wheels on them.

The big playpen doesn't have wheels, which they go in at separate times, but every day to run around. Between the two piggies, I have 2 cages, 1 big playpen, and now this hutch.
 
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