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MidWest Critter Nation Deluxe Small Animal Cage

MidWest Critter Nation Deluxe Small Animal Cage

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    Good cage requires tough assembly

    By HappyRatMom on Apr 8, 2021

    So... the instructions are clear enough but still leave the mechanically disinclined in a spot of struggle. The box was slightly damaged in shipping, which is to be expected at that weight and size. However, the cage was warped just enough that I hade to beat it into alignment with a hammer. This is So... the instructions are clear enough but still leave the mechanically disinclined in a spot of struggle. The box was slightly damaged in shipping, which is to be expected at that weight and size. However, the cage was warped just enough that I hade to beat it into alignment with a hammer. This is best assembled with two people due to the awkwardness of some of the assembly. Once it was put together and I put in all the toys and stuff the boys were super thrilled!!!! … more

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    Shoddy construction, requires tools, pan doesn't even fit cage bottom

    By Terrible on Apr 3, 2021

    Where to start.. This thing sucks. Says no tools needed, yet in instructions, says a rubber mallet is basically needed. You'll need more than that. Hardly any of the holes lined up, there is a very evident lack of ANY quality control at all on this. Holes don't line up.. need to hammer pins to make Where to start.. This thing sucks. Says no tools needed, yet in instructions, says a rubber mallet is basically needed. You'll need more than that. Hardly any of the holes lined up, there is a very evident lack of ANY quality control at all on this. Holes don't line up.. need to hammer pins to make them actually fit, then you need to bash the crap out of it to make it ACTUALLY fit into the holes once you line them up (if you can. some things were cut so far off I couldn't but luckily, it still assembled, just small raised gap on bottom) since the pegs/pins don't even physically fit in without smashing or grinding them down some.. hammering sliced off some and that was the only reason they eventually went in. Once its together its together, but its rough to do since you need to modify the thing to make it work as intended since they don't do quality control for these. The worse part? The pan liner DOESN'T EVEN FIT THE ENTIRE BOTTOM OF CAGE NOR does it have raised edges to prevent everything from falling out (bedding hay etc). there is roughly a 2 inch gap from the wall of the cage between the pan. What does this mean you may ask? It means when your pet goes pee, its a hit or miss if he actually goes on the pan, or it just slides out through the gap. Issue for pets like Chinchillas and guinea pigs since they like to back up and pee in corners. Once we make a pan ourselves to solve that issue, this will work ok, but a cage shouldn't require THIS much work to just 1. put it together and 2, make it actually decent (no pee sliding off poorly designed pan) Get a different cage. … more

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