In my home, the guinea pigs have their own room. Beside the cages, I have their supplies which are looking rather sloppy today. Fleece, bowls, water bottles, stuffed animals, hay and in the peach bin is newspapers, etc.
Then, I have the first 2x5 tower. The bottom part contains my disabled girlie pair. Above, is the bedroom part of my larger cage for my herd of six girls and one neutered boy. That has their toys, hidies and cuddle cups.
Then, this ramp leads from top cage from 2x5 tower into the kitchen area which is stuffed full of endless hay, a large food bowl and a couple water bottles.
The life of the cage, the kitchen. Below is more cleaning, grooming and random supplies. This is another 2x5.
Then, another ramp that leads to the second 2x5 tower.
And finally, the second 2x5 tower. The bottom has a pair of bad boars and the top is another bedroom for the herd. Unfortunately there is an awful hole in the wall which is next on my list to fix.
And the walls above the cages. Filled with piggie pictures, wall stickers, decoration and signs.
A home for 11 happy piggies.
- The Herd Of Wonders
I made the base w/ storage areas which I have since filled w/ all the supplies & extra beds. It actually ended up being the perfect height for my Vittles Vault that I store my Oxbow pellets in.
I also made new fleece pads that I had sewn over labor day weekend. We've got some rockin skulls & flames :)
The full cage. Kitchen is on the left. Yuna promptly moved HER cuddle cup into the tent area after I took these pics lol.
Yuna checkin the Weaver tent out.
I still have to dismantle Josephines old cage and turn it into a stand for the huge mouse cage and I *really* need to clean the room but having the flu and working 5-6 days a week...things aren't getting done :/