here they are hiding from my camera
[Pics were TOO BIG! Changed them to links. DO NOT POST BIG PICS OR RISK SUSPENSION!!! -- Lynx]
My boys Bachelor pad. Frank and Josef's 2x5 cage. This cage sits on top of a futon base (as it was the only way to have both the futon and the pigs in a cage) and I had to cable tie 3 of the grids together on each size to fit it on there.
The Harem. Charlie, Josephine + Caramel
I'm rather proud of how the cages turned out, as it was my first attempt at building a permanent c+c. My pigs seem to be loving it at any rate, Josed popcorned for the very first time when I put him in the cage and I was sobbing with joy at that, knowing that all my begging and pleading had finally paid off and my pigs were finally living in the lifestyle they deserved.
- Supporter in '11
PiggysGrammy, I like for my ramp to be wider than 1 pig but no, they don't need to be able to truly turn around. Ramps with sides help the pigs feel more confident and often helps them learn how to go up and down easier.
Please ignore the hay and poop on the floor.
2x6 sleeping and play area, notice all the Weave saks and cups.
That's Maddie in the pink cozy sak on the left and Evie in the blue one at the other end.
Kitchen area, they only go in this part to eat pellets or veggies.