I just worry about the copyright thing. I don't know if guineapigscages.com has a copyright for their idea of the C&C cages. Let's hope other companies imitate this idea and build proper size cages for all animals anyway ;-)
I poked around the WEAVER photo album and see she sets the kitchen inside the main cage. I tried this a long time ago and it was a nightmare. I could NOT get it to fit right. I guess I have a hard time measuring and cutting that accurately. It's hard to draw and cut straight lines on coro.
So any ideas? I don't use hay racks which I guess makes things harder. You guys have successfully made me paranoid about heads getting stuck.
The fleece actually ends right underneath the box so the box basically just sits on the grids. The fosters' box is better in that the sides are high so I don't get quite as much hay on the carpet.
This is my fosters' hay box.
This is my girls' hay box.
I do use grids as hay racks, but as you can see a bit in the above picture, I used pliers to squeeze the openings and make them bigger. The girls have plenty of room to stick their heads through the opening without worrying about getting their heads stuck.