Look on his site. He has loads on his gallery, with prices.ok thanks. I had a [email protected] one ages ago for one of the chins,but the metal went all horrible on it after a bit, it was shiny silver when I bought it, then it went dull and 'scratchy'. Scrapey metal goes through me like nails down a chalkboard, so I don't wan't another cage like that. If I get a JH one are they coated or something so they don't go that way? or are they made out of different stuff to start with to not have that problem? Is he expensive? (I'd need it delivered). I want a chinchilla cage but with a solid floor at least 3-4" deep, made to size to fit in a certain spot.
That's why I want one made to order. I can get a cage 30" high in the shed (about 4" shorter than what their in), and they spend a lot of time loose in there as well. I would put plastic shelves and things in it instead of the wooden style chinchilla shelves so they'd have more ledges. An explorer would be ace but I have no space for one.Hmmm, I wouldn't put rats in a JH cage, rats like height and hopewell cages are made for rock hoppers (chins and goos). It will be cheaper to get an explorer tbh too lol
That's why everyone buys better traysOh great ill have a look! I put chin cage in the title cos that's all I know them as
Yep one of those probs would be cheaper, but as I said the explorer is too big and a happy house is too tall too fit in. Plus it has the same tray type as what I already have so I'd have the same problem with it!