I was torn between this cage and another but ultimately chose this one because of Chewy's response to a question about the wire bottom. It's been changed now, but at the time their response led me to believe I could put the replacement pan over the wire bottom. Lesson learned to take information they've provided with a grain of salt and hit up the reviews and customer responses instead. The pan absolutely will not fit inside the cage and now my Sugar Buns has taken to sleeping in her litter box. I've tried laying down other flooring materials and fleeces but she just isn't having it so my once tidy bunny is now a whole hot mess. I wasn't going to put the wheels on but ended up having no choice because the pan can only be pulled out at one end so I have to move the entire cage in order to access that particular end. A door added to the back of the cage or even being able to pull the pan out from the front would've been a better set-up. There's no exchange policy in place and I have nowhere else to safely house my bunny while I wait for the return to process and free up the funds to purchase the other cage. So for now I'm stuck with this frustrating cage and extra bunny clean-up.
I love the size of this cage, but it does have to flaws. The first is that I didn't realize from the pictures that the plastic tray goes under the metal floor of the cage. For many rabbits-- including mine-- that doesn't do so well for their feet; the plastic tray is also too large to be put inside the cage instead. For now I've covered most of the metal floor with cardboard and other surfaces until I can find an inner tray that'll fit. If I'd realized the floor was like that, I would've gone with a large dog crate instead. The other flaw is more minor-- the top door of the cage is just very noisy when I'm trying to feed my bunny! I hate spooking him with his own cage. So yeah. GREAT size, but the floor won't be pleasant or even safe for every rabbit (mine is a dwarf lionhead...very small paws).
For the money this is perfect. I looked at more expensive and less expensive cages and picked this as a middle ground. Totally happy with the quality, the ease of assembly, and the size of the cage. I rehad small animal wildlife and have 3 squirrels inside and it is perfect!
This cage is basically a small dog crate with a wire bottom that can't be removed. For a Frisco brand product I am shocked by the poor quality. Had I known how cheaply made it was, I never would have purchased it. Now I'm going through a giant hassle to return it to get my money back. Save yourself the trouble and get a real cage!
Love this cage very easy setup, to clean and move around. Keep my Bunny out of their poop and pee. Just pull out the tray and clean. I line my with pee pad helps with clean up. I would recommend to anyone with little animals.
I ordered this cage for kittens. I got the 4ft one. I absolutely love it and so does my fur babies. There's plenty of room in it. The bottom tray is easy to take out clean with waterhose and slide back under the cage. I like it because I can see my kittens in it and know they're doing fine. It was truly worth the money for me.
Absolutely love these. I bought both sizes for 3 bunnies plus they free roam. Really sturdy and easy to put the wheels on if you have steady hands but really doesn't even need the wheels on. Your choice. Great buy!
Bought 2 - Flimsy worst buy of my life. Wheels bend, hard to move. The only nice thing was the size for pet freedom.
With the xpen this makes a perfect home for our bunny. In time I’d love to remove the xpen & let her free in the house.
It's hard to find a large indoor bunny cage. This one is great! It's super easy to assemble (basically you just unfold it) and has a lot of room. (Of course, bunnies need to free run too!) It's quite tall so I wish it came with a shelf, but I'm looking into adding that somehow as there is plenty of room. The slide out tray slides out from the side so it's easy to clean!