Are you keeping your cavy in a rodent cage that might be more commonly seen in a laboratory than in a family home? If so, it’s not your fault – until now.

The standard rodent cage or guinea pig cage that you see at pet stores and department stores sell is much too small to provide a physically and psychologically healthy environment for your guinea pig. You may have heard me say this before – it’s equivalent to you living your entire life in your bathroom. There’s no room to exercise, no room to move about comfortably and there is an ever-present sense of confinement.

As I said earlier, if this is the case at your house, it’s not your fault because those are the cages that are displayed and sold by all of the big retailers. These cages are the default cages offered when a new guinea pig is sold. In fact, these cages are often the only cages offered when a new pig is sold.

But, if after reading this article, your cavy continues to live in a small, confining rodent cage, you can no longer claim ignorance. If your guinea pig is not in a cage that is at least 7.5 sq. ft. – you can no longer claim innocence. It’s all on you now.

Of course, an economical way to get a cage this large is to get or build a C&C cage. No – you won’t find them in pet stores. Where can you find one? Well, admittedly I am biased, but I think the best place is here at BlueStoneCages. And here’s an additional bonus…


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