Here is a link to order them online. Shipping is only $5.99 for one box of cubes! I think it's a pretty good deal considering how heavy these boxes are.
- Supporter in '09 - '10
Most places will cut once, but they start charging after the first cut.
I tend to find grids all over the place when stores start selling stuff for college kids. I am lucky that my Target still sells the good grids!
Free grids if you win!
Scarleticia, is this your first cage? I only ask because the first time I built a cage I thought I was going to burn every damn connector I had. They seem SO simple but there's a learning curve to getting them all in there the right way. Slip joint pliers help. I've broken a few of the Target ones too so I'm betting your cage is ok.
This was, of course, before I knew better. Since coming here more frequently I'm learning that I wasn't doing a good job with a lot of things (feeding, cages, floor time, etc), but I'm changing all that now, one step at a time. I just got my first order of KM hay and pellets last week! =)
Anyway, I'm building a cage first for my two boys (and hoping to introduce them at the same time) and then if that goes well I want to build a gigantic one for the four girls and introduce them all to each other into it (two of them already share a cage, the other two fought viciously when we tried to introduce them so I don't know if it will work, though).
Right now they get tons of floor time (after learning that just lap time wasn't enough!), we have a giant rabbit enclosure we got from Dr Foster and Smith and everyone gets out every night for at least an hour each (or more).
Anyway -- I was pretty frustrated with the connectors, and when that one broke I bought zip ties from Harbor Freight and tried to connect the cage that way -- and the pieces seem "loose". Did I maybe not use enough ties?
Don't get too discouraged. Your 2nd cage is a million times easier than your first! You'll wonder why in the world you ever thought it was hard.