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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-03-2008, 12:40 PM Thread Starter
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Hey PT. I have procrastonated and haven't posted Willow's new pictures, or her cage... So I thought I would take the time and show ya'll some pics.

At three weeks old. She is one month and two days old today




Now here are the cage pictures! I have not finished framing. I also have to frame the doors but I ran out of wood! It is 4ft tall, 3 1/2ft wide and 18in deep. ( Just an FYI, a fleece bride will be crossing through the middle just incase she ever fell, it would catch her.


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With the pan pulled out a bit


That is it for now, I will post more pictures when it is finished, also when I get Willow home. ( I am going to visit her for a little bit Sunday afternoon. I am so excited! )


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What a spoiled baby! How did you attach the shelves?

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We screwed them in from the back. They are extremely sturdy... we used long screws for some of the stuff ( like those ledges ) just because they only attached from one side. If need be, we will put supports on the bottom of the shelves.


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She is so adorable and that cage looks lovely!


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We screwed them in from the back. They are extremely sturdy... we used long screws for some of the stuff ( like those ledges ) just because they only attached from one side. If need be, we will put supports on the bottom of the shelves.
I asked only because I had some shelves held in by under supports with glue and my ex put in a nail to give it added support but didn't tell me so I wasn't looking for it. Praline got cut pretty badly from jumping and getting caught on it. Just keep an eye on the shelves when they start chewing, they should be fine.

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I asked only because I had some shelves held in by under supports with glue and my ex put in a nail to give it added support but didn't tell me so I wasn't looking for it. Praline got cut pretty badly from jumping and getting caught on it. Just keep an eye on the shelves when they start chewing, they should be fine.

I remember reading that! I'm so sorry that happend... she looked so miserable! I will definitely deep a close eye on those shelves.


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That looks so cool ^_^

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