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  1. ...common when talking about guinea pig cages while NIC is more about rabbits. For shelves, you may want to use a thinner wood. I use the grids to make the level and put coroplast...

    2 Answers · Pets · 18/11/2011

  2. ... proper care, they are not smelly or messy. NIC cages are quite popular for indoor bunnies... if your brother & dad want to build something with wood, take a look at my newest cage I ...

    4 Answers · Pets · 25/04/2012

  3. ...t be a problem. My rabbit cage has a ramp with thin strips of wood attached to it, so that it has shallow steps of a sort. ...

    4 Answers · Pets · 21/11/2008

  4. ...access. You can use grids (like the ones used to make NIC cages) or wood panels or something similar. When it comes to bunny proofing...

    3 Answers · Pets · 23/10/2014

  5. It does need a roof. I know of rabbits who can jump a 2 panel (28") high cage. The size of the rabbit doesn't really matter. While some rabbits won't jump it, it is better to be safe and build a roof. Some rabbits can...

    2 Answers · Pets · 01/08/2011

  6. ... (not wood shavings; pelleted wood bedding is good...and if you have a local feed...get playtime outside the cage, as they do love to explore and run. NIC cages don't rust (you are constructing...

    3 Answers · Pets · 04/08/2012

  7. ...x-pen will cost a bit more. Here is a smaller version of a NIC that I made without wood. You can see I have a rug for the bottom that has a piece of...

    6 Answers · Pets · 26/01/2013

  8. ...fabric rug for them to lay on. Here's a sample of a NIC cage I made for a sample of a cage without bedding. http://i44...

    2 Answers · Pets · 23/01/2012

  9. ...news (newspaper pellets), or carefresh. Avoid wood shavings as they can be toxic and dusty. Don... are small and expensive. You can bend an NIC grid into a U shape and use that. Wire ...

    2 Answers · Pets · 31/07/2013

  10. Connectors around the top edge and around the bottom will make it more stable, but the important part will be the base. Once it all comes together, it will be stable. For now, just make sure all the connectors are thoroughly pushed in and everything is clipped...

    1 Answers · Pets · 09/12/2011

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