We had one like yours and took it back to the store; not because one of our girls got hurt, but because we heard they might. You can make a perfectly good, safe one out of spare coro.
It's 6x3 in its entirity with a 1x3 kitchen adjoined; currently the new arrival will have a 3x2 at the front and the girls a 4x2 (+kitchen) at the back. By spring it will become one big 6x3 plus kitchen.
The girls' section. Note girls trying to work out what that parallel universe behind the mesh actually is (and trying to burrown under there, resulting in lots of fleece fun until we pinned it down under the dividing grids!).
The new arrival's post-quarantine, pre-neutering/introduction home.
A touch off topic, but has anyone found pigs getting a little stressed when moving cages? Bella was her placcid, gooey self when sat on my lap, but she was absolutely terrified when I picked up. Maisie too, and she is usually very good with humans. I think they feel a bit disoreintated. We might leave them pretty much alone tomorrow I think.
On an unrelated note, D&B, your cage is lovely. And I think your girls are just jealous of the invisible-pig's spiffy toys ;)