All Living Things® Guinea Pig Starter Kit
Seems too small
I like researching the care for many different Small animals. And although I do not own a guinea pig, I do know that this is much to small, for one guinea pig, let alone two. One-Two guinea pigs should be housed in flat cages at least 7 square feet of space or more. This cage does not meet those requirements, and would probably only do well for one guinea pig baby, but will need an upgrade (And friend) soon after the purchase of this cage.
As for the cage quality, I have had a cage of the same brand for my rats, and was not pleased at all.
The welding breaks after a certain amount of chewing, and the shelves are hard to clean and take out as well.
June 22, 2014
great for starters!
i have a one baby guinea pig, grace, and she is shy but she likes this cage but I didn't put 5 stars because I noticed that she dident climb up the ramp.
June 8, 2014
I just got my baby guinea pig and i've noticed he doesn't run up or down the ramp so I ended up taking it out of the cage. I added a nice hutch for him but the cage is way to small but it is great for baby guinea pigs but as they are growing you should upgrade the cage size especially if you have 2 or more piggies.
May 31, 2014
Single Pig Room
I bought two young pigs and the space is ok for now but as they grow it will not be large enough. My pigs also cannot get up the ramp to the food shelf. One has figured out how to slide down if we put them up, but the other is scared of the ramp. Neither can seem to get enough traction on the little bumps to climb up.
I bought mine pre-assembled so all I had to do waa attach the wheels, water, and hay. Which was very easy. It is a sturdy cage and other than my pigs being unable to get to the food I am happy with it for now, as they are small.
May 8, 2014