Guinea Pig House's review
This weekend we will welcome new members to our house. The name has been decided in advance. It's Pink E and Squash and my kid named it. I bought the house as their Habitat on Amazon for Pink E and Squash. (If you click below image, you can go to the related amazon site!)
My site mainly deals with stories about painting and art, but I will occasionally post stories about them for Pink E and Squash.
31.5"L x 26"W x 46"H. The two-story rabbit cage is ideal for 1-2 rabbits and similar-sized pets such as guinea pig, hamster and ferret, providing more room for pets to run up & down with a solid non-slip wood ramp (5.2” wide) inside.
My child put their names on a sticker like this.
There is such a small window and there is a pretty and small balcon.
Below is an inside view.
Guinea pigs are very sensitive to both heat and cold. Keep them in temperatures between 60 and 85 °F to avoid putting their health at risk. To check the ambient temperature, I have attached a small thermometer as shown below.
This way, you can open the roof to look inside or do cleaning.
Myungja Anna Koh