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Imac Fantasy Cage :)

Discussion in 'Rodents' started by xgemma86x, Apr 28, 2011.


  1. xgemma86x

    xgemma86x PetForums VIP

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    Are these a good cage for a syrian??:confused: I purchased a new fluff today and decided to buy a new cage and saw this 1 and liked it:eek:
     
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    noushka05 Unicorn denier. Snowflake. Activist ;)

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    i think its a very good cage:) ive got one with 2 extensions and my lil hammy seems really happy in it:)
     
  3. xgemma86x

    xgemma86x PetForums VIP

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    I'm going to extend mine when little Alfie has settled in as I only bought him today :) He's made his nest on the top level already lol.
     
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    It's not as big as some, but its OK :)
     
  5. Jazzy

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    Yes they are good cages cos you can keep extending them by adding on top. I've got my little robo in one and he loves it.:D My favorite for a Syrian is the hamster heaven though. I've found that when I've kept Syrians in the Imac cages that they bite the bars a lot but not had one do it with the hamster heaven.
     
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    My Syrian, Jean Claude Van Hamster, swears by his! Mind you, I did purchase and extra level for him.:eek:
     
  7. LyndaDanny

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    My Sparky loves his and is nesting on the top floor. It's a nice looking cage. I will getting the extension when I have some spare money.
     
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    The tubes can be a bit on the small side for an adult Syrian, and the top part can get condensation so keep an eye. It can be a bit pricey for the size too (the cage itself + an extension will generally set you back around £60), unless you can find it second-hand. For that price, what about a Criceti 15, a Savic Ruffy 2, a Duna Multy, or if you're up for a little bit of DIY, you could mesh a Zoozone 1 or 2. :)
     
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