Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 8
Rated 3 out of 5 by INTOTHEWILD Arrived Damaged
The cage arrived with a cracked tray and a couple of the panels are warped making it difficult to put together. The overall quality is not what I expected for the price. Very small animals could easily escape through the opening above the door as it is larger than the spacing between the bars on the rest of the cage.
November 14, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by kbucky Chinchilla Owner
I bought this cage for my female chinchilla. For any other chinchilla owners out there: you will have to take the 2 metal shelves out and replace them with multiple different wooden shelves. There is just not enough jumping allowed with these original shelves. It's very easy to clean, except for when the chinchilla decides to throw hay everywhere. The one small door could pose a problem for chins that don't like to come out. You won't be able to reach in there yourself to get it. Mine comes out everyday on her own, but it could pose a problem for others.
September 16, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Justrunningthru Great space for 4 adult female rats
Firstly I must say that I got this cage on sale for $95. My local Petsmart already had it assembled. The space and size is excellent for my 4 adult female rats. It fits a critter space pod, hut and large silent spinner with room to spare. I removed the bottom wire slide out and just moved up the black collection pan. This allowed me to fill it with carefresh bedding. My only complaint is that the black collection bin was thin enough to get chewed through by my ratties. Replacement trays are not readily available. Aside from that I LOVE this cage.
March 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
by Rattykisses32 Fantastic starter cage
For starters, this is a very quality cage compared to others in somewhat similar price ranges. The biggest pro is it is mostly metal, only the pan is plastic. That means nothing can be chewed and it is not prone to easy wear.
I extremely like that the shelves and ramps are metal, and also thin so they are sturdy, but not bulky. May not be the strongest metal, but it's not like you're putting pounds of weight onto it. The ramps are large, non slick and have grips for easy walking.
Even if this isn't the biggest cage, I chose it because of it's all metal construction. It just feels a higher quality than ones with plastic shelves and ramps. I know it will be easy to clean compared to dirt that can get stuck in plastics.
Yes, the cage does have a metal grate on the floor, and no, it's not the easiest to exclude if you use the cage for rats. I say that because it may only put a little over a half inch gap if you remove it, but the plastic pan underneath isn't the sturdiest. Therefore a rat could easily squeeze between the cage and the pan.
But I knew I'd be using fleece lining for this cage anyhow and it works like a charm over the floor grate. It easily clips on with binder clips, just as it does onto the shelves.
I didn't find it difficult to put together, and it just looks really nice and sturdy. There is a lot of room for customization, litter pan, hideaways, hammocks. The storage space underneath is very handy too, it's about 8 inches of space, which is perfect. The wheels make cleaning a lot easier also.
If you can afford it, I'd say this is a very good starter cage if you don't want to splurge on something bigger. As I said, it's not the biggest, I wouldn't put more than 4 rats in this cage. But it does have ample run around space and I don't think you'll regret paying a little more for the quality.
A few cons: It's difficult to hang stuff at the right heights, as the horizontal bars are all a little high from any floor. The single door, although large, is still a bit of a challenge to reach into the back corners.
February 21, 2015