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I have a cage but it is way to big for my little guy its 3 story and i blocked everything off so he cant go up and down so i wanna buy a new cage i need help here is just 2 the 2 one is not really a cage but was wondering if it would be okay if he would to be in it

[url="http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-BLAC...i.ebay.com/NEW-BLACK-Guinea-Pi ... 286.c0.m14

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I like the 2 one only becasue the bottom is a large area for him to run around he would be going up to the 2 level
 

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Also, very important to have top panels for the roof to fully enclose this type of cage so your hedgie doesn't escape. It looks like the first link has them.

Enclose the ramps to prevent injuries and the cage is good to go.
 

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Those cages are suitable as long as you have a hedgie that will not try to squeeze through the squares (my full grown boy can do this). You will need to fully enclose the ramps though, so he cannot fall. Also as Anny mentioned you will probably be needing a lid, hedgies are escape artists.

I think Anny covered it. :)
 

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C&C do make great cages but it means that heating is more of a challenge and will possibly need a space heater to heat the whole room or a couple of thermostatically controlled heat emitters.
You can also make one yourself much cheaper than those ones on Ebay. :)
 
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