This cage is perfect when you find yourself in need of quarantining sick or new piggies or separating fighting guinea pigs. It is made of two 4x2 cages arranged in a L-shape. Your guinea pigs are able to see and smell each other but can not cause any harm.
When the isolation or quarantine is over, this cage can easily be turned into a large C&C cage, by rearranging the grids.
This C&C cage set contains wire grid panels, connectors, and all the corrugated plastic cage required for this model.
Without lid : 22 white modular grids, 42 connectors and 2 coroplast bases
With lid: 32 white modular grids, 6 door grids, 60 connectors and 2 coroplast bases
If you love to handle your guinea pigs or have back problems, thesame model with a standmight be interesting for you.
How to build your C&C cage
The assembly of Kavee C&C cages for guinea pigs is very simple. Just assemble the grids together using connectors and ties. As for the plastic base in coroplast, with its pre-cut locking slots, it can easily be assembled by folding the corners and inserting the hooks in the slots. No tool or tape is required for assembly.
Disclaimer and safety advice
Thanks to our thin meshing with small holes, our C&C grids are safe to use with baby guinea pigs older than 8 weeks. Please always run a test with your own pets since guinea pigs come in a variety of sizes and shapes!
Kavee C and C cages do not present a risk of poisoning in the event of chewing the coroplast or grids. All of our C&C cages are safe to chew and the grid coating does not wear off.
Most animals will not chew the coroplast sheet. However, if this happens, you must immediately prevent this behaviour by covering the edge of the coroplast sheet, using a cloth, cardboard or a nibble guard. Some animals sometimes need a little time to adapt to their new habitat and lose this bad habit after a while.
We advise the use of a lid if you have young children, cats or dogs. However, we do not guarantee the integrity of the lid in case of an attack by another animal. Never leave a dangerous animal unattended near your cage.