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Old 05-19-2021, 03:16 AM   #11
Serendipity7000
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Default Re: Plaza knock down, bad experiences?

I would stick with the plaza then as the big front door is much better for interaction and they seem to feel secure coming to it when it’s open - it’s a wider open space. Plus it is much easier to get them out without a hand in the cage. It to put something they can walk into at the cage entrance. But you won’t be able to stack them on top of each other.

They also need a couple of weeks settling in if changing cages and move all the old bedding across and try to set it up in a similar way so house, wheel etc are in the same location.
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Old 05-20-2021, 07:22 AM   #12
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Default Re: Plaza knock down, bad experiences?

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I would stick with the plaza then as the big front door is much better for interaction and they seem to feel secure coming to it when itís open - itís a wider open space. Plus it is much easier to get them out without a hand in the cage. It to put something they can walk into at the cage entrance. But you wonít be able to stack them on top of each other.

They also need a couple of weeks settling in if changing cages and move all the old bedding across and try to set it up in a similar way so house, wheel etc are in the same location.

She have started to chew at the bars so I have to find another cage or something :/ Maybe the criceti 100 could be better?
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