Our impressive double 5x2 guinea pig palace! This cage is suitable to house up to 6 guinea pigs - three on each level.
We always recommend the use of Kavee fleece liners as primary bedding.
Feel free to read our blog about how to use fleece liners for guinea pigs, how to clean C&C cages and many more helpful articles to help you making the most of Kavee's products.
- 70 x 28 x 42 inches (1.75 x 0.70 x 1.05 m)
This C&C cage set contains everything you need: wire grid panels, connectors, and all the corrugated plastic cage required for this model.
- 48 modular grids, 2 door grids, 62 connectors, 27 cable ties and 4 coroplast sheets
How to build your C&C cage
The assembly of Kavee C&C cages for guinea pigs is very simple. Just assemble the grids together using connectors and ties. As for the plastic base in coroplast, with its pre-cut locking slots, it can easily be assembled by folding the corners and inserting the hooks in the slots. No tool or tape is required for assembly.
Disclaimer and safety advice
ATTENTION: this cage model is more complicated to build than others. We do not recommend buying this model if you are not confident in your abilities or can not be helped by a strong person.
Thanks to our thin meshing with small holes, our C&C grids are safe to use with baby guinea pigs older than 8 weeks. Please always run a test with your own pets since guinea pigs come in a variety of sizes and shapes!
Kavee C and C cages do not present a risk of poisoning in the event of chewing the coroplast or grids. All of our C&C cages are safe to chew and the grid coating does not wear off.
Most animals will not chew the coroplast sheet. However, if this happens, you must immediately prevent this behaviour by covering the edge of the coroplast sheet, using a cloth, cardboard or a nibble guard. Some animals sometimes need a little time to adapt to their new habitat and lose this bad habit after a while.
We advise the use of a lid if you have young children, cats or dogs. However, we do not guarantee the integrity of the lid in case of an attack by another animal. Never leave a dangerous animal unattended near your cage.