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Old 04-23-2017, 12:31 PM   #1
MeganAndMisty
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Default About the Zoozone 2

Some of you may know that for a the last few weeks I've been looking to get a bigger cage for Bambi, after A LOT of looking and asking around (Thank you to everyone who took the time to answer my questions) I've decided that I will probably be getting a Zoozone 2. I've seen it in person and it looks a lot bigger than it does in pictures / videos. I'm just worried about how to attack the water bottle. Since it's a rabbit cage I don't know how it's going to fit???

Any suggestions from anyone who knows the cage or has the cage would be really useful thank you.
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Old 04-23-2017, 12:44 PM   #2
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Default Re: About the Zoozone 2

When I had zoozones, I put a bolt and washers through the water bottle hole and attached the hamster bottle to the inside of the cage using sticky back velcro as I do with all of my tank cages. L1040462 by Vectis Hamstery, on Flickr

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Old 04-23-2017, 01:54 PM   #3
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Default Re: About the Zoozone 2

I used to have my Syrian in the zoozone 2 and now my dwarf lives in it.

There's a little hole on the side for a rabbit water bottle that hooks up at the top using the white bendy connector you get with water bottles. As you can imagine that doesn't work with a smaller hamster bottle but I used to attach the white wire to the top part and tie a long hair band to it to connect it to the water bottle (if any of that makes sense.

This worked great for a while until my Syrian started chewing at the hole so I plugged it with some wooden chew sticks and bought a water bottle stand and put it in the cage. Works just as well.
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