WARE Living Room Series Rabbit Cage 41.5" x 17.5" x 26.25"high
This cage was one of the best Rabbit cages I have ever owned for my pets. I have had it for four almost five years and the worst that has happened was that the bars on the top door bent a little bit. It was easy to put together but it was a bit hard to understand the directions. I haven't ever taken it apart though and have only just slid out the base to clean it and the rest of the cage.
The cage is great for a couple Guinea Pigs or a Hedgehog though I have mainly used it for my Neatherland Dwarf and later on my two Holland Lops. I do recommend however that you remove the bottom grate. It gave my bunnies sore hocks even with over half of it covered and it would have to be removed for a Guinea Pig or Hedgie. The urine also rusts the grate after less than a year. I removed the ramp as well since my bunnies prefer to jump onto the ledge than to walk up the ramp.
A Hedgie might escape through the bars if the shelf and ramp are left but the base is deep enough (6 to 6 and 1/2 inches) to prevent them from escaping or climbing the bars. It gives plenty of running room and space to play. I did notice that the base if used without the grid is too deep for a Netherland Dwarf to use the ware pet crock.
August 18, 2014
Great value, classy to look at, so far very pleased!
I was hesitant at first to order this cage, as I'd seen some less than favorable reviews on other websites. But after getting a recommendation from my rabbit breeder and checking it out in person I decided to go ahead. About the same time Dr. Foster's was doing a great sale, so I got it at the best price I've seen so far (and believe me, I researched, I'm always out for a bargain). It went together nicely, although I will admit that it didn't have the greatest instructions in the world, especially when fitting the top piece on, I ended up having to disassemble it twice. It's classy to look at, and rolls around nicely on our wood floors. The tray is a bit bulky to handle, you definitely have to use two hands and the rabbit can't be in the cage at the same time. Although I think this could be changed if you wanted to. But it's super roomy, and so far my baby holland lop doe seems to really dig it. You could make even more space if you took out the ledge and ramp, which I probably will do once she gets too big for it. But right now she likes hiding underneath.
March 29, 2014
This cage is great - and a good large size for one bunny. The bunny has enough room to hop around and lie down. I also have room to put a litter box in it. The cage is great, good size and practical to move around (with the wheels). Good for a few hours confinement (keeping in mind that bunnies need playtime outside the cage for a few hours each day). I have the cage in the living room and my bunny hops in and out of the cage freely and seems to enjoy it. The only thing is that the ramp is quite slippery and shelf is rather small, therefore it's not being used - but all in all, good product!
November 12, 2013