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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-13-2008, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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I'd like to buy my chinchilla a new cage that is tall and doesn't have any plastic. Does anybody know of any good websites to order from?
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http://www.qualitycage.com is my favorite.

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Wow, what a great site. Thanks Jade!
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-14-2008, 08:39 AM
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martins cages (google it) is great too!

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Ferret Nations are AWESOME cages as long as you replace the plastic. Shipping is only $6.99 if you buy it here
http://www.ferret.com/ItemDetail.aspx?ItemNo=630503



You can get a pan made by Bass Equipment for $19.95 http://www.bassequipment.com/Cages/F...s/default.aspx


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martins cages (google it) is great too!
I have a girl who dislocated her rear leg in the wire of a Martin's cage, so I tend to not recommend those for chins unless the shelving is made solid instead of wire and ramps are removed (which then makes cleaning a pain), but that's my personal experience.

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Ferret Nations are AWESOME cages as long as you replace the plastic. Shipping is only $6.99 if you buy it here
http://www.ferret.com/ItemDetail.aspx?ItemNo=630503



You can get a pan made by Bass Equipment for $19.95 http://www.bassequipment.com/Cages/F...s/default.aspx
Its a great cage. I love mine.



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wow i didn't know they were bad for chins, sorry. but yeah that ferret nation cage is sweet

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I really like the ferret nation cage. Optimus would love runnin around in that!
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