Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 8
Rated 1 out of 5 by CarolinaCavies TOO SMALL
This cage is too small for a guinea pig. This would be the equivalent of a human living in a closet. The Humane Society recommends a MINIMUM cage size of 7.5 square feet or 30"x36".
May 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by amiii Its good enough
I just got this cage a couple days ago for my girl, I didn't have a problem and actually glad of the locks so my little girl won't constantly open it..
I just got another female today, and now I think it would be even better if the parts can be sold separate im interested in getting another ramp
they both can climb on it and I was thinkin of adding another floor with the ramp.. anyone know where I can find these parts??? t.i.a.
May 8, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by NigelThornpiggy Great size
I just got the cage & it was easy to assemble. Its really big, so my little piggy has a lot of space to move around, but i have notice that the ramp moves to easy. Nigel will run under it , popping it up (but not off) and instead of going up the ramp, he will just hop on to the 2nd floor area. My only complain is the ramp, although it snaps on easy and slides, its not really reasonable for walking on and has no real grip for a piggy. I've decided just to cover the ramp and the second floor with fleac to help him move around on it and eat.
May 4, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by NewGuineaPigMom Not Ideal Cage
The cage is pretty large giving the little guys plenty of room to move about. Under the ledge is a nice place for him to hide in addition to his little hut I put in. The problems: 1) The "Shelf Glides" Don't exist. They aren't in the box, not in the instructions. Not sure if this image is incorrect, but I bought 2 of the cages, and NEITHER had the shelf glides for removing the upper level. It snaps in and is a PAIN to remove/move. 2) The ramp is difficult for the guinea pig to go up. I've had my guys for 2 days and I put their food up the ramp, they have NOT gone up to get it. I'm going to have to remove the second level and just put their food and everything on the lower level because they can NOT get up to the second level to get to their food and water. 3) The wires get bent in the box. On one of my cages, the hook for the door got bent as did the lock to keep the cage on the base, so I needed to use pliers to squish it back. The 2nd cage I got, the sides bowed out a bit and the door didn't fit right due to bars being a bit bent, again, a pair of pliers was all that was needed to fix it. All in all, not the BEST cage I could have gotten, but there were worse options in the store, and given the options available at the store, size-wise this was a decent buy for the price.
February 19, 2015