|Small Pet Type||Guinea Pig, Chinchilla, Ferret, Degu, Sugar Glider||Rabbit||Guinea Pig||Hamster||Chinchilla|
|Material||Metal, Coated Metal||Metal, Plastic, Steel||Metal, Coated Metal||Plastic||Metal, Coated Metal|
So, I got this when I got my second ferret, instantly the top layer ladder would not work. Oh well, I said, then, it got to where the other ladders would not work either within a matter of 60 days. This is cheaply made and very unsturdy. I do not recommend this item.
Bought this as a quarantine/temporary cage and I regret wasting a dime on this thing. The plastic ramps do not stay attached to the platforms if anything heavier than 1.5 lbs is placed on it. My four month old male is constantly falling in it because the ramps collapse from under him. The doors are easy to push open from inside, so easy escapes. And it’s a PAIN to clean. Having to take this thing apart twice a day to scrub it is not worth the money you save by buying this piece of junk. Spring for a Feisty Ferret or Ferret Nation, you and your fur babies will be glad you did.
I love it! I have a 1.3lb female ferret, it works perfectly for my young ferret! She loves the space it provides for her space
I recently bought this for my 6 year old ferret after moving and wanted to get him a new space. This is gonna work just fine since he's gonna have the full house to explore 24/7 and he just needed his own space he can be territorial about and know it's his. The ramps don't seem to want to bend down all the way to the floors unless he steps on them. I know he's gonna use this to annoy me because he's been slamming down the ramps since I put him in there to get used to his new home. He's a little angry that I downsized him to this but like I said he's gonna have the whole house once he settles down and explores his space. You can tell the materials are cheap and I'm gonna be watching to see if the ramps break off or anything because it seems entirely possible, but for right now its working out.
Ok so space is good. I have two ferrets. They both manage to have enough room. However, I have a ferret that has learned that she can bend the wires and escape. Which is really a problem.
This cage is perfect for rats, I have 2 female rats housed in it. Main issue is the ramps, they’re horrible and very cheaply made and breaks/bends almost immediately after you put it on for the first time. I wouldn’t recommend this for you rats as the spacing is too wide and they can get out.
Anyone who knows ferrets, knows they need a large, multi story cage. And need cage free time ATLEAST 4-6 hours a day. This cage is barely good enough for 1 ferret let alone multiple. Before wasting your money, please look into the double ferret nation or even the fiesty ferret cage which is the same price but WAY bigger and safer for your babies cage time ❤
The cage is awesome for our little guy he loves it
Must Buy!!! all levels can be used For different things liike food bed etc. Again must buy.
Overall this is a great ferret cage. What I like is how it is lightweight and easy to clean. I remove the upper wire portion once a week to wipe down and replace the paper shavings at the bottom once a week and it’s super easy. I like how the blue levels can be moved. Every week I will change where they are and move the ramps a little, and put his food on a different level, change where his hammock is and whatnot and it seems to excite him. What I don’t like are the instructions - they were not very easy to follow so it was a bit frustrating to assemble. The next are the ramps. The latch on one broke the first time it was installed and my ferret slides down and slips trying to go up them. I feel the ramps could have been made better. Also, I wish one of the blue levels was a bit larger in space. Size-wise, this is great for one small or young (maybe two young) ferrets but not multiple adult or large ferrets. Overall this is a great cage for the price and I do recommend.