Pig-a-Boo Window is for Baby Proofing, Chew Proofing and General Fun for your Guinea Pigs.
They attach to the cage walls where needed with the zip ties.
You can leave the bottom cable ties not attached and have the window flow over the Coroplast wall if you want to stop guinea pigs from chewing on the Coroplast as well as the grids.
The windows arrive with a protective covering. Just peel that off when it arrives.
I've had these for a week in a divided cage with boars. My worst bar biter finally has no way to bite the bars. The windows are easy to attach, and came with plenty of smaller cable ties.
My fav part is that there are so many window options. The full size ones wouldn't work with the way the c&c grids are set up in my cage. These smaller ones are so much easier to wedge in and get a correct fit without having to adjust the grid divider.
These are so easy to install--just attach with cable ties and bar chewing problem is instantly solved. They're a reasonable price and shipping was prompt. I definitely recommend them.
These are an absolute must have if your pig is a bar chewer! One of my older boars broke off both of his front teeth from chewing and I’m so glad I got these. Stopped the chewing in its tracks! Super easy to install and they look super good!
I just received an order that included a number of the windows for our Piggie cage, and I am so happy!
Very easy to install, and cut perfectly to size with holes for cable ties pre drilled. Also lots of cable ties included.
I got them as a cat proofing solution, to keep our curious kitty from reaching into the cage, and they work a treat! I have put them on the sides of the cage in places where she was repeatedly reaching in, and also a couple on the roof (the cage lid) over where the ramp is, and the food bowls, as this was another spot where she liked to go "fishing" for piggies. Now she has to be satisfied with just peering through the windows :)
I was going to attach mesh over the cage, but these are so much more attractive, and it means we can still easily see our little pigs in their cage. Yay!