Cage Accessories (re: cages, cages, cages)

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Cage Accessories (re: cages, cages, cages)

Post by Leslie Mille » Wed, 18 Nov 1998 04:00:00



Does anyone know if the seperate ferrtrail fun-nels that can be
purhcased at:

http://www.pet-expo.com/fertoys.htm

can be attached to a Midwest-type cage? I have the clear dryer tubes
that my ferts play in and they LOVE them! I thought if I could buy tubes
to attach to their cage, it would give them something they enjoy while
they're in the cage while I'm at work.  I would just purchase them a new
cage with them already attached, but the cage I have now is only 4
months old and was kind of expensive...

Any suggestions??

THANKS!
Leslie

 
 
 

Cage Accessories (re: cages, cages, cages)

Post by Melis » Thu, 19 Nov 1998 04:00:00


I've been thinking about this too. The question to ask is, how far apart
is the spacing of the bars on the Superpet cages?  Anybody know?  If
they're the same distance apart as the midwest cage's wires, then I'd
think you could buy those white rectangular adapters at pet expo, cut a
whole in the cage, and fit them in.  Maybe it would be even safer to buy
one of those adapters, get it home and see if it would really fit the
rungs of your cage before you go cutting holes! ;)  I think they're only
about 5$.  If they don't fit, it's not such a huge loss of money.

-Melissa

Quote:

>Does anyone know if the seperate ferrtrail fun-nels that can be
>purhcased at:

>http://www.pet-expo.com/fertoys.htm

>can be attached to a Midwest-type cage? I have the clear dryer tubes
>that my ferts play in and they LOVE them! I thought if I could buy tubes
>to attach to their cage, it would give them something they enjoy while
>they're in the cage while I'm at work.  I would just purchase them a new
>cage with them already attached, but the cage I have now is only 4
>months old and was kind of expensive...

>Any suggestions??

>THANKS!
>Leslie