Kaytee My First Home Rat Habitat

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Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars
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About This Item

  • Two-level home provides plenty of room to play plus security and comfort for your pal.
  • Chew-proof latches and durable wire for added safety, plus a comfort shelf and safety ramp for mobility.
  • Great for small animals like hamsters, guinea pigs, rats, dwarf hamsters and others.
  • Deep base prevents litter and bedding spills with an easy-access front door for easy cleaning.
  • Wire-base locking system adds a layer of security, and includes a hole that fits securely in the shelf.
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Small Pet TypeRatRabbit, Guinea PigHamster, Gerbil, MouseGerbil, Hamster, MouseRabbit, Guinea Pig, Ferret, Chinchilla
MaterialPlasticCoated MetalPlasticPlasticPlastic
FeaturesChew-resistantOutdoorN/AChew-resistantN/A

Questions & Answers

7 Customer Questions


How many rats can this cage fit in it?
Answer by ChewyJul 22, 2018
This product is intended for one rat.

How big is this cage,and can a hamster live here for there hole life?
Answer by ChewyOct 04, 2019
This habitat is large enough for a single hamster to live for the entirety of its life.

can mice get out of this?
Answer by ChewyAug 09, 2021
This habitat features chew-proof latches and durable wire for added safety.

What is the bar spacing? Would this be suitable for a syrian hamster?
Answer by ChewyDec 28, 2020
This habitat has a bar spacing of ½ inch tall.


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30 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Nana on Apr 15, 2022

great habitat

Very good cage for 1 adult rat. Built well and room to move and hang items.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Carol on Jul 7, 2021

Rats can get out

This cage is way too flimsy for a smart rat. The bars can easily be pushed apart and rats can squeeze through. The door and the latch are not secure and rats can get out. I cannot recommend this product.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By RUSTYCAGE on Oct 25, 2021

rusty cage

Came with a few rusty spots. Rust is like a cancer. Overpriced


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DBouffard on Feb 8, 2021

Great temporary cage

This cage is not enough space for keeping even one rat long term- and yes, you should always have at least two. But it is a very good holding cage for when you clean out the regular cage, because, although it is too small to be a the rats' regular cage, it is a pretty comfortable cage for the rats for a short time. You can put a hammock, water, bottle, food, and chew toy, and they will be okay. It's also good as a nursery, bonding, hospital, and travel cage. I love these cages, but the rats will not be happy if kept too long in here, at least most will not be.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By GuineaPig on Dec 21, 2020

Yes, it’s terrible.

We had a dwarf hamster dropped off and needed a cage quickly. I bought the cheapest cage that was bigger than a shoebox. Reviews told me it was poor quality, and it is. But I can make it work. Bad: >Door doesn’t hinge properly / partially gaping on one side. (Zip tied for now.) >The bar spacing is inconsistent and there’s wider gaps in sections. >As mentioned, ledge doesn’t fit well (floating corner) and you’ll need to bend the plastic ramp for it to reach the substrate. Not a big deal nor surprising! Good: >Big enough for a 9” silent Silent Runner wheel, hamster house, toys, and bowls, with clear floor space to spare. Decent for a single petite female dwarf hamster. >4” deep base for substrate. >Aesthetically... it’s not bad. I wouldn’t recommend it. But I know most (if not all) hamster cages aren’t worth what they’re priced at, which is what made spending $50 on this garbage IMO kind of worth it.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By cate on Apr 2, 2021

Nope pls no

these types of cages are only good for traveling and temporary set ups


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Jill on Jul 14, 2020

Not for rats!!!

This cage is WAY TOO SMALL for even one rat! Please don't do this to your rat. Ok for a mouse perhaps but nothing bigger!!!!


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By KateyBug on May 9, 2020

It works for a budget.

The accessories are cheaply made and don't connect and stay in cage well. I removed them and added my own shelves/ledges for my ratties. They are fine if you keep them busy!


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By RatLover on Apr 24, 2020

Far too small!

I´m very disapointed that this is made and marketed for rats. It is way too small for rats to live in permanently! It´s great as a travel cage, or for holding them, but PLEASE do not make your furbabies live in this! Rats should never live alone, and this is not large enough for even one!


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Estefany1 on Apr 29, 2020

Not suitable for any small pet

This cage is way too small. Not at all suitable for any small pet. This cannot be used as a permanent home. It would only be reasonable to use this to TEMPORARILY house my rats when cleaning their cage, vet trips, etc. Please do not use as a permanent home.