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Cavy Cages - Free Range - Dawnda
Cavy Cages is a Guinea Pig Cages website providing information on proper guinea pig cages and sizes. Before you buy a cage, check out this website. The Cubes and Coroplast design is superior in many ways.
This album shows photos of Dawnda's evolution from cage to cage and free range.
Date(s): March 16, 2002. Album by 1 - 3 of 3 Total. 23124 Visits.
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Dawnda's first effort
"This is when she first built the cag..."
"This is my first cage. I have now ma..."
"Why did u put a mirror in there coz ..."
"The mirror makes everything look awe..."
"That cage is HUGE! :-D"
"were the mirror"
"Nice layout!!!! Wish i culd do that..."
"Oh my gosh! Sooo big!!"
"Grrrr! I want that cage! I'll fight ..."
"How do u hav time 2 to clean it??"
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"This is a closer view of the three s..."
"This is a close-up of the 3 beds and..."
"Sorry but the hay and dark and all t..."
"How do you make a ramp?"
"That piggie in the back looks just l..."
"Great set-up! What lucky pigs! Min..."
"CUTE PIGS!!! They have there own ber..."
"i neeed help how touk care of guinea..."
"Why are your piggies so, CUUUUUUUUUU..."
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Current state of affairs
"This photo shows the wooden ramp and..."
"This room is tile-flooring, so when ..."
"it looks kind of like their in a sep..."
"Cute Piggies!!^-^"
"awwww! Is that a baby in the food bo..."
"Those piggies are so adorable!!! I g..."
"wow that is great. I recently took i..."
""You have some pretty cute piggies!""
"yeah!"
"how many guinea pigs do you have?!?!..."
"Is that a baby guinea pig in the foo..."
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What a wonderful website!  My six-year-old guinea pig, Gary, is a free-range pig.  He has the run of the house, though he doesn't seem interested in the carpeted bedrooms.  He stays in the tile-floored kitchen and great room.  There is no cage in the house.  His home is an open brown paper grocery bag placed on a puppy pad to absorb excess moisture.  I put a big handful of timothy hay in the bag every day.  Every other day I wad the puppy pad up, stuff it in the used bag and throw everything away.  It beats the heck out of cleaning a cage.
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Randi, Fri, 12 May 2017 7:40PM
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