Lots of room combined with ramps and ledges gives pint-sized beasties ample space to stretch their legs. Solid trays, ledges, and covered ramps are kind to little feet. Available as a single or double story habitat. Double story can easily be cordoned off to create 2 separate cages. Large doors for hassle-free cleaning.
Assembly can be a challenge. Trays are a bit shallow. Dwarf hamsters and mice might squeeze through the 1/2-inch bar spacing.
Generous dimensions and 3 solid ledges and ramps give pets plenty of room to roam. Accommodates multiple furry friends. Extra deep tray keeps bedding and litter inside the cage. Chew-proof latches boost security. Can easily be placed on top of a dresser or shelf to save space. Affordable and functional.
Enthusiastic chewers might gnaw their way through the plastic base. Doors are somewhat small, making spot cleaning difficult.
Solid metal ledges and ramps are chew-proof and easy on feet. Tight 3/8-inch wire spacing keeps escape artists contained. Works well for smaller animals. Wind bell lock provides additional security. Roomy with plenty of vertical space for climbing and jumping. Bottom shelf provides storage for food, treats, bedding, and toys.
Cage floor made of wire, but this is easily remedied by adding a layer of cardboard or even removing the base entirely.
Extra floor space is ideal for "bigger" small animals. Comes with all the essentials including a water bottle, hay guard, tip-proof food dish, and a built-in hideaway. Balcony provides a separate feeding area and a safe place to perch. Features large double doors on the top of the cage for easy access. Strong and sturdy.
Thoroughly cleaning the textured base can be a challenge. Considerable footprint. Bar spacing is too wide for rats or hamsters.
Transparent plastic base provides a comfortable sleeping area while still allowing pet parents to keep tabs on their furbabies. Wire upper improves airflow and offers a separate dining and play area. Solid flooring is gentle on paws. Can be attached to other habitats for additional runaround room. Comes with loads of start-up basics including a water bottle, bowl, and exercise wheel.
Exercise wheel might be a bit too small for Syrian hamsters. Keeping the wheel on the lower level limits the amount of bedding you can add.
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Small animals make delightful pets, but finding a species-appropriate home is vital to their health and happiness. Small animal habitats come in all shapes and sizes to suit varying needs. Before you buy a habitat based on size alone, take a moment to consider your pet’s lifestyle needs. While animals like rabbits and guinea pigs are happy to keep their paws firmly planted on the ground, chinchillas, rats, and ferrets require vertical space to climb or jump. Bar spacing is another important consideration, especially in the case of smaller animals like hamsters, which can easily squeeze through bars wider than ½”. Choosing a habitat with solid flooring is also a good idea as wire floors can be rough on tiny paws. Remember, even the smallest animals need enough space to run and play, so be sure to check species-specific size recommendations before you buy.
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