Pet Cages in general Reviews
Description:Animals Equipment Type: Pet Cages
Newest Review: ... most preferable option. I opted for a large one so they had a fair amount of space and also I considered using it for my dog ... more
by - written on 16/10/12, updated on 16/10/12 (Very useful, 20 readings)
~ Pet Cages in General ~ Over the years I have had a few different pets, at one point I had a hamster, gerbil and cockatiel at the same time, this meant I needed three different cages in which to house my pets, I had Harry the hamster first and when I bought him I bought a basic metal cage at the same time, the bottom of the cage consisted of a simple red high sided tray onto which the white box wire cage top fitted, it came supplied with a wheel and water bottle. I didn't really want a basic cage but as buying Harry was a spur of the moment decision and money was tight I thought it would do the job just fine and it did. After a few weeks I decided to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/10 (Very useful, 126 readings)
Right from a young age I can always remember having various types of hamsters, we had Marmaduke my very first long haired hamster, Butterscotch, another long haired hamster, Millington a short haired Syrian hamster, Binky and Bitsy, brothers and Russian hamster and TJ my last hamster who was a short haired and only had 3 feet. We had various different cages for our hamsters, although there was not such as large choice compared to the elaborate cages you can buy now it is always important to choose the correct cage for your hamster. The Wire Cage This was the very first type of cage we bought for Marmaduke, we also used a wire cage with all of our ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
As you may already know I am the pround owner of a little hamster called 'the hatter'. Now the hatter inherited his cage from my late hamster Larry. The cage in question is a pets at home hamster cage. Both of my hamsters have been dwarf hamsters and so I have naturally had to buy a dwarf hamster cage not escapes in the middle night for my hamster. The cage I have now has a blue base which is plasic it then has a metal ledge with a slope which fits into the plastic base it has small gaps between the metal bars so my hamster can run across without falling through. Once he is at the top of the ledge he can find his food which is in a little bowl which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
When I was younger I kept hamsters. I only ever owned one hamster at a time, because I was told that hamsters often fights, particularly when there are two males together. My first hamster was called Hamish and he was, in fact, my first proper pet. Since my best friend at the time also owned a hamster I had a list of equipment and accoutrements that I knew I would have to purchase before I brought my new friend home from the pet shop. A suitable cage was one of them. In general I am against keeping animals confined, and these days would not keep a pet such as a rodent that would have to be kept within a cage. However. There are many good cages available ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/09 (Very useful, 109 readings)
I have had alot of experience in buying animal cages over the last year with having so many animals coming into my home! So I will try and review them all! HAMSTER CAGES: I know I'll probably be shot for this by the hamster police, but I find the plain cages (around 50 by 30 cm) without all the hundreds of tubes! In my experience, all your hammy needs is enough space to fourage and wander, and a good quality wheel (I saw good quality for your own sake...the cheap variety squeak and bang and never stop!!! Lol). You can get cages which look weird and wonderful, and although you probably think WOW my hammy will love that, the chances are ... Read the complete review
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