Midwest Homes For Pets Critter Nation Small Animal Double Unit Cage is the perfect home for all your small animals.
The ample area for pets is enclosed on all four sides by a wired body. The top of the Critter Nation Small Animal Double Unit Cage by Midwest Homes For Pets is made of heavy duty plastic and is removable. The gray metal finish of this cage makes it look attractive. It has full width double doors, for easy access to your pets. It includes two deep pans, two shelves, and three ramps. It is rust resistant, which means even after years of usage, it will look like new. It is insect and stain resistant too. The wire caging allows free airflow making sure your pets feel fresh all the time. Your pets can climb up and down the angled ramp and have fun in this cage. You can move this lightweight cage anywhere in your house. It includes a full width plastic pan floor, which is non removable. It features critter proof dual-locking door latches, keeping your pets safe. You can also add additional cages on the top, if you wish to expand your family.
It can be assembled quickly without the need for any tools. Wash using cold water and wipe with soft dry cloth to clean it.
- Full width double doors
- Swing-up locking ramp allows you to secure sections for cleaning the area, feeding and separating pets
- Wide expanse shelf providing maximum play area and preventing dangerous falls
- Full width plastic pan floor
- Critter proof dual-locking door latches
- Angled ramps designed for pets safety
- Easily maneuverable stand with locking casters
- Set includes 2 deep pans, 2 shelves and 3 ramps
- Double unit
- Sturdy square tube frame and wire construction
- Gray finish
- Critter Nation collection
- 1/2 Horizontal wire spacing
- Can additional cages on the top
- Stand is 15" H with wheels on the bottom
- Flooring cannot be removed
- Not include ramp covers
- Suitable Animal: Chinchilla; Ferret; Rat
- Pieces Included: 2 Pans, 2 shelves, and 3 ramps
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