When I was a little kid, there were virtually two types of guinea pigs cages — manufactured and homemade. The manufactured cages were those tiny store-bought wire cages that would have looked more at home stacked in an animal testing research laboratory than they did housing a cherished family pet. They were small, lightweight and compact — too compact.
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You just bought your first guinea pig. You have all intentions of being a conscientious owner. You want to treat your guinea pig “right”. And, most of all, you don’t want to “mess up” and do the wrong thing. But there are so many things to know in order to get started—and so many little things to buy. And the first item you need to consider is a new home for your new pet. And with so many guinea pig cages for sale, how do you know which one to choose?
Yes, we’ve been there. Many years ago, we bought our first guinea pig. And we “messed up”. We’re not bad people. We just simply did what other uninformed new owners do—we bought a pet store cage. Everyone buys them. You see them everywhere. They must be good. Or so we thought…
While we are here in Hawaii, we are working to keep your pigs happy – although working here doesn’t really feel like working as you can see in this VDO:
So, in the mean time, you may want to get the cage you’re interested in before they are picked over and sold out. All models except one are still available (but some models are running low).
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You’ve already got your cage, pellets, hay, water bottles, and all the other necessary guinea pig supplies you need to make your pig feel right at home. It’s one of the best little guinea pig habitats you could have set up. It truly looks like the perfect place for eating, drinking, sleeping, and of course pooping. Although it may be true that your cage may be fit for even the most high maintenance pigs, life in the same cage day after day can get quite dull for any pig. So what can you do to help enhance your pet’s comfortable quarters as well as keep him entertained?
What are the things you consider when looking at guinea pig cages for sale? Color? Price? An aesthetically-pleasing design? Different People choose cages based upon different criteria. However, one extremely important factor is often overlooked.
Why use C&C (Cubes and Coroplast) materials for building a guinea pig cage? There are many reasons. It allows your cage to be customizable. In other words you can design your cage to suit your living space, number of guinea pigs or even the color of your décor. You can add or even invent new never-seen-before features. And you can build it as tall as you want (within reason).
Cavy cages have come in two styles in the past – the old guinea pig hutch — nailed together with wooden two-by-fours and chicken wire; and the tiny rodent cage that can be seen for sale in the pet store. Because of C&C cavy cages those two guinea pig cage technologies have become obsolete.
Maybe you’ve heard of C&C cages. They have been sweeping the guinea pig cage for a greater part of the past decade.
The two C’s C&C stand for cubes and Coroplast — the two primary materials used to construct a C&C cage. Cubes represent storage cubes — or more correctly, the metal grids used to fashion them. These types of grids can be seen in home storage cube units and in retail store wire cube display units.
Coroplast is a light weight and durable corrugated plastic sheet material and is used to form the litter bins in this type of guinea pig cage.
The C&C cavy cage is very cost-effective. One can build a very large cage with very little money invested.
You too can be swept up by these revolutionary cavy cages — and you can do it the “easy way” by buying a BlueStoneCommerce C&C cage kit.
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Guinea Pigs Cages – Not What They Used to Be