Complete home starter kit for beginner small animal owners
Made using chew-proof coated wire and stain-resistant plastic parts
Ideal for ferrets, rabbits, and other small animals
Snaps together easily with no tools required
Includes deep plastic base, 3 Safety Ramps, 3 Comfort Shelves, food dish, and toy
The deluxe my first home, multi-floor large provides exciting layers of living space for frisky ferrets, busy bunnies, and other small pets. Comes complete with 3 comfort shelves, 3 safety ramps, food dish, and fun toy. The deep plastic base prevents bedding from scattering while the white wire top makes for easy viewing and superb ventilation. With your own deluxe my first home, you too can discover why keeping small pets is so much fun.
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19 of 19 found the following review helpful:
Small animal cage Oct 07, 2010
By A. Tong I ordered this for my 8 month old boy rat. Had to separate him from the other rat because he was getting beat up and then he outgrew the smaller cage. I was concerned when I unpacked it because the bars are about 3/4 inch apart. I went ahead and assembled it and it is actually fine for adult rats and larger pets. It would probably be fine for larger juveniles but definitely not babies or escape artists. My rat is also blind so I set the cage up a little differently and used an extra ramp so he wouldn't fall and get hurt. You can order parts from their website.
It is hard to determine sizes from some of the the descriptions so this is what I found in my search and experience: Super Per My First Home for Rats: Nice cage but kind of small. Good starter home for juveniles or for one rat who gets to go out and play daily. Fits in the car well if you travel with your rat. Size about 12.5Wx24Lx14H. Bars 1/2" wide Super Pet My First Home for Critters is same size as above but 29" tall with an extra level (room for more toys) Super Pet My First Home for Exotics: My original cage. good for 2 rats, multi level, lots of room. Took the wheel out because the rats did not use it. They also chewed up the hammock. 18Wx30Lx29H. Bars 1/2" wide Super Pet My first Home Multi Floor: This is the one I reviewed. Also 18Wx30Lx29H, bars 3/4" wide.
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Multi-Floor Cage Jul 07, 2008
By Jem28 This Multi-Floor cage is large enough for my rabbit to jump and play. She loves it! It's absolutely worth buying and easy to assemble.
11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
nice cage for a great price Dec 28, 2008
By Leah A. Watkins I shopped local pet shops and this size of cage was 100.00 or higher. It is a roomy cage and the cost was much cheaper. It was well packed for shipping, but one corner was bent when it arrived. Overall I am satisfied with my purchase and so are my rats!
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Nightmare to Clean Jul 29, 2010
By Amanda I have this cage for my two female rats, and they love it! Roomy, easy to assemble, sturdy, ect. I dread cleaning day, though. The upper levels have little dips just before the edge, where poop and pee collects into, and becomes a disgusting, smelly, sticky mess. I have to carry it outside, hose it off, and scrub it with soapy water once a week. It would also be nice if the top opened up.
Great for rats; personally, I would never put a ferret in it, seems too small.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Roomy Cage @ a great price -- ferret loves it! Dec 23, 2009
By KK I have two homes: one is in the city and the other is a little bit closer to nature. The latter has a nice cage with enough room for my ferret to walk around a bit in, sip some water, nibble on some food and then hop onto your hammock for a nap -- anything until it's time to get taken out for an hour romp. This one is my main home. I only stay in the city for two, three days tops so I used a smaller cage with just enough room for her to do the basic essentials. I felt bad but the stays were never for that long. In the last three months, however, I found myself having to stay in my city home so I figured it was time to get a new cage.
Looked through a few cages on Amazon.com and was torn between the multi-floor cage and the normal one. Either one would be (quite) bigger than the one my ferret was staying in now. I eventually settled for the multi-floor cage and haven't regretted my decision since. If done properly, the level floors stay in place and seem quite sturdy, so no worries there. The ramps were a bit of a pain since they seemed a bit too long, but I still managed to have it set up; my ferret doesn't really like using the first ramp, preferring to jump up to the second floor instead of walking there. The cage itself is quite huge -- go ahead, take out a measuring tape and go through the dimensions right now: this is no small cage. A ferret tunnel could even be squeezed inside and attached to the fourth floor bowl holder. My ferret now goes from the first floor to the fourth via ferret tunnel. She loves it. I plan on soon attaching a hammock in there, too. -- there's definitely enough room!
I'm so glad I bought this cage. My ferret loves all her newfound room and I love no longer feeling guilty!