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Is that their permanent cage or a play pen?
I only ask becasue if it is their permanent set up you might want to think about removing one of the pipes so they have a bit more open space. You could add some bendy bridges or open ended fleece tunnels instead.
I always think too much enclosed one way space (like the plastic tunnels) can lead to fall outs if one piggy is having an 'off' day and they suddenly come face to face with no real escape route.
But that is of course just my opinion.
 

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Is that their permanent cage or a play pen?
I only ask becasue if it is their permanent set up you might want to think about removing one of the pipes so they have a bit more open space. You could add some bendy bridges or open ended fleece tunnels instead.
I always think too much enclosed one way space (like the plastic tunnels) can lead to fall outs if one piggy is having an 'off' day and they suddenly come face to face with no real escape route.
But that is of course just my opinion.
It is there permanent cage. Thank you for letting me know xx
 

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The majority of my piggies cage is open space. It wasn’t like that when they were newly here, they needed lots of places to hide then, but now they are confident and comfortable they have more open space for popcorning and zoomies. Mine live in a shed so i have lots of space but they tend to have bendy log hides and fleece tunnels mostly around the edge so they can have their popcorning and zoomies sessions in the open space in the middle but can still zoom completely around the edges freely with no blocked areas
 

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Love those pipes, such a good idea to put the hay in there too. Does it help keep the hay in one place, or do they still drag it around everywhere? 😂
 
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