Coroplast (or correx) is an essential component for the construction of C&C cages for guinea pigs and rabbits. It creates a waterproof, lightweight, foldable and easy-to-clean cage base. But how to use and clean it?
Guinea pigs are tiny little things, so their carbon footprint is bound to be small. Yet, if you have committed to green living, you may be interested in knowing that there are ways to reduce their environmental impact.
Did you know that C and C cages have been around since the eighties? In almost fifty years, the concept of C and C cages had time to mature, and the 2020 C&C cage has had a few upgrades from its 1980s version!
With so many options to choose from, you might be whether to pick a C and C cage with a stand or not. In this short article, we share some of the reasons why we think stands are an excellent add-on to your C&C guinea pig cage.
Not all C&C cages come with doors, but ours do! Door-grids are very handy when it comes to allowing your pets to roam free or when it's time to clean the pen. They can be placed to create a lid, a single hinged door or a double gate.
Decorating and customizing your guinea pig cage is the final and most exciting part of setting up your C and C guinea pig cage. But creating a unique place for your furry pets should not have to require expensive supplies.