Dasio Japan sells a long strip that is about the same height that works for the sides, bottom, and top if needed for a ramp. I think it was $3. It could also just be cut into portions to create the base as seen in the photos above. One would need to file the cut edges or cap them off with rubber end tips.
I really like the mini-loft idea.
Ben seemed most fascinated by its ability hold both Sakura and Ginny's weight... :p
Do you sew the Velcro into the sherpa pockets too?
I can already see Mitzy shoving Mojo off the mini-loft already. :)
Alas, yes, DAISO has answers for everything under the sun!
Can I come over? I think I'm small enough to fit in there! Your pigs are in piggy heaven!
WOW! I'm impressed. It's beautiful. They must be in heaven.
What a smart and practical cage you have for your girls, tracis!! I love it! :-D
Your girls are so lucky and happy for sure. ;-)
I would love to have your cage as well but I want the pigs to be in it : )
Here is a link to get the grid squares and the connectors inexpensively http://www.gershelbros.com/wire_cubes.html and this site as well: http://thefixturezone.com/gridbasbas.html.
I was wondering if anyone has yet been able to find those mini grids. I really want some so that I can make a cage with a ramp for Koster!
If anyone can help that would be appreciated!
Thanks for the tip on the flannel, the fleece is very hard to clean!
I found some mini grids on the second link greensgirl sent. They're 10x10. I don't know if that's as little as you guys were looking for. Here's where they're at http://thefixturezone.com/14x14epcowig.html
How time flies!
Recently I've been inspired by the many wonderful cage ideas and pictures on Guinea Lynx, and so I decided to remodel Miss Sakura's cage.
Points I considered:
- As many already know, Miss Sakura recently celebrated her 5th birthday.
- Sakura has not been using the upper loft or mini-loft very often after Ginny's death last year. Perhaps the lofts are not necessary?
- Sakura still enjoys playing with draped towels and fabrics. She feels most secure when part of her body is hidden.
- If there is only one good hiding spot in the cage, she will not move around very much. She needs more than one hiding spot.
Now, Miss Sakura invites everyone to view her new cage!
Nice cage! It looks very comfy for the beautiful Sakura. So glad she approves of the colors and layout.
Very cool step by step pictures!
I love those mini grids, they make a great hay rack.
Thanks for sharing. The awing is such a great idea. I have been thinking how to give them some ovehead coverage with grids but wasn't creative enough to figure ou how to make the grids stand at an angle until I saw your photos. Must try it out.
Awesome set of pics and cage design. So glad the little miss approves. I'll have to look for some mini grids.
Oh, the awnings are great! The cage is so colorful and stylish! And those pads look darn comfy!
I would be happy to add your pics to the thread if you're interested!
Beautiful cage for a beautiful girl! :)
We also have a set of Transformers awnings to match her Transformers cuddle cups. :)
Lynx, you can add these pictures to the thread. I think that most of them have been compressed already.
Sounds good! I even have a Tracis folder if I remember right :-)
Loving her new setup! Such a pretty face she has. ^_^
How steep is the ramp for the loft area? We put a 2nd floor loft for hay as they were making...well piggies of thier cage but the ramp seems so steep I don't know if they'll go up it. We have not opened up the 2nd floor yet until we figured out the ramp. So far we cut the coroplast 6" wide for the bottom and 5" high for the sides. We have to get something to put on the bottom so they have traction and then secure it but looking at the length and the angle I was not sure they would even go up it.