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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-13-2003, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Angry New cages for my rats

Hi I am thinking about getting a new cage for my rats, and I have singled out two that are both on the same page. Here is the page (the cages I liked are the first two listed)


http://www.qualitycage.com/rat.html


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They both seem very nice!


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Which do you think I should choose? I'm leaning towards the larger one, but what is your opinion? Thanks!


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I know from my hamsters I always felt bigger was better, they'd have more room to play and have toys to keep them interested. Will both fit in whatever space you have for them?


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Bigger is definetly better, your ratties will love you for it! If money allows I would go with the bigger one (galvanized, they'll chew the coating on the other). Both are really fine though


Those are nice cages too, I'm gonna have to bookmark that site!


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Hi, the cages look nice, but even nicer ones are at:

martinscages.com

I have the Martins R690 for my four rats and it's great!

Also, you might want to consider getting powder coating on the cage bars. The urine from the rats will make the metal stink!

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