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Re: Being IN vs being ON his cage

Postby Bultaco » Thu Dec 27, 2018 12:37 pm

nightfly wrote:If you're handy you can do this: .........etc........

Thanks very much for your lengthy contribution, nightfly.

I DO appreciate your effort.......and/but, I'm probably even OLDER than you......AND less handy, because your suggestion, although probably great, if executed properly, seems beyond my talent and resourcefulness levels!

Perhaps I'll stick with Michael's solution of "restricting" cage use to sleeping and feeding, and having an "alternate" location for "other" activities, which would hopefully include dropping poop to some protective coating at floor level!

Thanks again, and good luck with your move, buddy! Best of the season.
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Re: Being IN vs being ON his cage

Postby Pajarita » Fri Dec 28, 2018 10:13 am

I know people who use plastic mats to protect the floor under the cage or stand - the kind that offices put under the desks so the chairs can roll, like this ... 4f463c9917
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