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Discussion in 'Rodents' started by Cherpi, Apr 2, 2011.


  1. Cherpi

    Cherpi PetForums Senior

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    foxxy cleopatra PetForums VIP

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    yeah that looks pretty good, i personally LOVE imac, but me and my bf are trying to construct a wooden once :D good to know you're already thinking about it! i spend MONTHS researching :D i loved it! its so exciting getting a new hammy :D
     
  3. B3rnie

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    I have 2 ZZ1's and 1 ZZ2 I love them :D

    ZZ2's are better for Syrian hamsters tbh, you can fit more toys in, and it has a great footfall than the ZZ1 :thumbup:
     
  4. foxxy cleopatra

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    thats true, you can spread them out ect, but my hammy loves the tubes on the imac, ive had so many cages im losing count!
     
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    Personally I would get the large version. That one isn't terribly big. A fully kitted out large one can be good...I have 2 winter whites in one and really it's only just big enough!

    Be careful about wood...at least wooden shelves...wee can both destroy them plus it's a pain to clean and will smell more. Though properly treated is good!! :D
     
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    yeah i was wondering about that, just talking about it with my bf.....its going to be a longggg job! need some advice from someone who's made a wood one!
     
  7. Cherpi

    Cherpi PetForums Senior

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    Thanks for the advice but money is tight, I've planned everything out, what I'm getting and the cage etc etc, and it's worked out fine, if I end up not being able to get it when I plan too I'll buy the bigger cage as I'll have more money (btw saying that money is tightI can afford to get a hamster etc just not to spend on a huge cage)
     
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    ZZ2s come up on ebay all the time, I seem to be able to find them pretty cheap, where in the country are you?
     
  9. Cherpi

    Cherpi PetForums Senior

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    I'm in the UK! Also I can't really drive any where so they'd need to be delivery haha.
     
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    Right so postage only, I'll keep my eyes open.
     
  11. Cherpi

    Cherpi PetForums Senior

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    Thank you :) I did just take a look but I can never find any, I really don't like ebay ._.
     
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    I'd never use a ZZ for hammies again. Mine chew out of them!
     
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    If you did want to buy a ZZ2 new, they're often not much more than a ZZ1 price-wise; on Equipetable they're just over a tenner more, which considering how much more space they provide, is great.
     
  14. Sarah+Hammies

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    I have seen the ZZ2 online somewhere about £5 more than the ZZ1 (cant remember where though :eek: ) So it is worth shopping around!! :yesnod:

    I love the ZZ cages i think they give a decent size cage at an affordable price unlike so many others.
     
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    I have found one for £42 which is pretty good considering I was going to buy it for £49... Can't find any cheaper though.
     
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