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post #1 of 46 (permalink) Old 11-11-2005, 11:05 PM Thread Starter
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The 'neat idea cube cages' as some call it has caught my attention here lately. I went out a bought a set. Now I just need to figure out how do make this.

Anyone done it? Worth it?
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post #2 of 46 (permalink) Old 11-12-2005, 09:03 AM
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i just peiced mine together with cable ties. very very easy. and compleatly costumizable.


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this is what i started out with. and now it is a huge mansion! i think these cages are great because you can always change the size and shape.


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post #4 of 46 (permalink) Old 11-12-2005, 01:07 PM
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Check out this site and look under "housing"
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post #5 of 46 (permalink) Old 11-15-2005, 07:44 PM
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What did you guys use for the bottom of the cage while litter training? Coroplast?
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I personaly have not gone as far to make a home yet, however
I have been reseasrching it a lot. I have found that most use corolplast, adn some even use wood floors with either carpet remnents or cheep peel and stic tiles. All the ideas will work. I see clorolplast as being more coastly but it come down to your preferance. check out caveymadness.com they have some good ideas also.
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hard wood, lanoilium, cardboard, tile etc. but most will need grass mats laid out for traction. if you have a well behaved bunny you can use a rug or blanket. i wouldnt recommend a rug, but blankets can work fine. try to look for something with not much texture (rabbits will love to chew it if it has texture)
like a bed sheet.


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Smile just ordered the neat ideas cubes!!

Just thought I would let you all know!! also! I'm thinking about adopting one of the bunnies at a nearby shelter (it seemed like good timing...new cage, neutral area...) I'll post pictures and keep you all updated!
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Coroplast is very cheap actually, we got 2 4 feet by 8 feet pieces for $20. You can get it free at some places like old mcdonalds(even though i hate them ) signs or other places that use coroplast and dont need them anymore. We use carpet over the shelves so they dont slip. this is not ours but its the same size with a little bit different shelves... (hope the pic works)

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Smile Where can you find those cubes?

Where can you buy those square cubes at???That is a neat idea. What are they called can you buy them at walmart? Let me know Thanks

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They are called Neat Idea Cubes or Organizer Cubes/Squares They have different names and different colors, You can get them at most walmarts and targets, sometimes linen-n-things and places like that
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I got mine at Target, where they are called "Organize It Cubes."
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I bought mine at Linens and things for 16.00 or around there but later found out that Target has them for 14.00. we had a cage made but since the move and deployment I have not built another.
maybe now that I am home my daughter and I will buils another.
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