Piggy in Paint

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Cavy DIY Gone Right!

Looks like a few sneaky piggies did some redecorating and left their mark. Turns out they're actually stunning designers! This colorful multi-level Cagetopia cage creation features TWO attached Large Cages, one Large Cage Stand and our signature Roomie Zoomie Narrow Loft Loop for unlimited laps up and around the cage! You can easily create similar layouts with many of our other cage sizes as well.

This cage configuration is great for separated groups and features two Cavy Cafe dining areas to help piggies keep their renovation tidy.

You can recreate this piggy masterpiece with stylish accessories in our "Rainbow Paws" fabric collection from Guinea Pig Market, along with colorful Plush Beds and Munchable Toys!

Make this cage your own:

Please note, prices are base prices. Adding features and options can increase an items' price.

Then accessorize at our sister store, Guinea Pig Market:

Piggies with Rainbow Paws Fleece Bedding

Piggy Paw Prints DIY


1 comment(s)
Eartha September 28, 2018 2:09 PM (reply)
Is there a way to provide access to the lower level from the level right above it with this set up? If so how? I would love to try to create this but I am unsure how to pull this off. I have 4 female piggies and they are currently in a 2 X 4 with a single access loft and base.

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Guinea Pig Cages Store (Store Admin) (Post Author) October 4, 2018 10:25 AM (reply)
Absolutely. You just need a ramp https://www.guineapigcagesstore.com/candc-ramp and a portal grid https://www.guineapigcagesstore.com/special-cut-grid. Then just cut an entrance opening in the cage above. As long as you don't need a cover. If you do need a cover, then you need two portal grids and you'd need to cut the floor entrance as well as shown on our lofts. Let us know if you have additional questions. :)

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January 21, 2019 6:09 AM (reply)
The comments above from Sept and Oct about ramps. Is this for two full sized stacked cages? I would also like to do this as I have limited space but want to give them room to run. Do you have any pictures of this set up showing the entrances?

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Sue Galanto (Store Admin) January 25, 2019 9:35 AM (reply)
Yes, this set up shows two full size large cages (not connected) with the component list above. If you want to connect the two large cages, and you DON'T need a cover, you only need to cut a simple 6" wide opening in the wall of the upper cage (similar to making the ramp entrance on our patio). You would need a portal grid used vertically and a ramp. Of course, double that if you are modifying with two ramps. If you DO need a cover, then the ramp entrance needs to be recessed into the floor of the upper cage so the cover can bypass the ramp. (see example on our loft base. https://www.guineapigcagesstore.com/loft-coro-wide-inset ) You would then make a similar opening on the upper cage wherever you choose to locate the ramp. You would need a portal grid used horizontally (on the floor) and a ramp. Double that if you're modifying with two ramps. ;)

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