Daisy and Twinkle were the guinea pigs my sister and I were given as children waaay back in the 1980s! But the truth is that the way we look after our furry pals in 2021 is quite different to how my beloved 1980s piggies lived back then. Here are the main differences between ‘then’ and ‘now’.
Guinea pigs and rabbits are incredibly curious creatures! Like with all cages, it’s possible that your guinea pig may chew on their C&C cage. If this happens, don’t panic, as we have a few tips and tricks to help keep your coroplast in tip top shape!
Today, guinea pig parents have some luxury in choosing from a wider range of cages for their little pets. As it can be daunting to search for the right cage for your beloved pets, we have curated a selection of the top cages for guinea pigs, so you don’t have to!
Whether it is your first-time hearing about C and C cages or, maybe you wish to learn more about them before taking the plunge, here are the top 10 things you should know before making a decision. A few things might indeed surprise you about C&C cages!
With a wide variety of cages available online and in pet shops, it can be very confusing to find out what the right size cage for guinea pigs is. We have written this guinea pig cage size guide to help you provide plenty of space for your guinea pigs to zoomie and popcorn!
With so many guinea pig bedding types to choose from, it can be tricky to know which way to turn. If you’ve found yourself asking the question ‘what is the best bedding for a C&C cage?’ then you’re certainly not alone!
Coroplast (or correx) is an essential component for the construction of C&C cages for guinea pigs and rabbits. It creates a waterproof, lightweight, foldable and easy-to-clean cage base. But how to use and clean it?
Did you know that C and C cages have been around since the eighties? In almost fifty years, the concept of C and C cages had time to mature, and the 2020 C&C cage has had a few upgrades from its 1980s version!