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Deb H

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I have finally persuaded my OH to let the piggies live in the living room over the winter instead of the shed. It is only as a trial for this winter but....
just to be prepared for next winter (autumn really :) ) I will need to get them a bigger cage, they have enough room but I would prefer they have more.

anyway I will stop rambling and ask... what would the best indoor cage be?
TBH I'd like a C& C but I think a C&C would be too difficult to put down during the 2-3 summer months they will be outside and then rebuilt
 

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Apart from the tray the c and c grid's can just be folded up, I guess the tray could be undone and stored flat? I really love my c and c cage they are great bigger than you think thoand addictive i keep changing mine.
 
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If you are going to build a C & C cage and need grids, I'm selling mine as I no longer use them, I have around 28 (ish) grids plus two bent into a ramp, plus connectors. Let me know if your interested :)

Rachel x
 
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