Indoor cage set up for seramas

hebe5

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Hello there,

I currently have my seramas indoors in an indoor bunny cage but really need more run space and I wondered whether anyone has kept seramas in a double storey rabbit cage and if they have managed to get up the ramp?

Many thanks
 

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Can you post a picture of the double story cage you are thinking about?
Sounds like it would probably work to me.
 

hebe5

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Oh ok - thanks for that.

How about two of these cages - one for three and the other for two??

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They are only to be used in bad weather - I do have an outdoor chicken coop and run. :)
Sure...I thought you were wanting to keep them inside these cages all the time.
If it is just for short periods, I don't think it would be too small, but not to live in all the time.

Is you outside coop not weather proof?
 

hebe5

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Thanks for your reply Kikisgirls. I'm waiting for my chicken house and run to be raised so that the rain doesn't keep flooding in under the run. At the moment I am sprinkling Stalosan on the run everyday before I put them out.

To be honest I'm quite enjoying bringing them into the house in the evenings - we're having quality time together! -)
 

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Thanks for your reply Kikisgirls. I'm waiting for my chicken house and run to be raised so that the rain doesn't keep flooding in under the run. At the moment I am sprinkling Stalosan on the run everyday before I put them out.

To be honest I'm quite enjoying bringing them into the house in the evenings - we're having quality time together! -)
Have you looked into the "deep littler method".. it may help.
 

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