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To your pet, what you may see as just a cage is their en­tire home, so be sure to pick the per­fect one for your lit­tle crit­ter.

There are a great deal of cages you can find in pet stores and you may be con­fused as to which one would make the best home for your fur kid — es­pe­cially if you are a new pet owner.whether you have ham­sters, rab­bits, guinea pigs, ger­bils or any kind of small pet, they each have their own needs; mean­ing there are cer­tain dif­fer­ences in cages that would make them hap­pi­est. When choosing the right cage for your pet, there are some basic fac­tors to con­sider: The an­i­mal’s size, their needs, your needs and where you will place the cage.

Pet’s size

Need­less to say, the most cru­cial fac­tor to note is the size of the an­i­mal it­self. Even if your pet is still small in its early age, keep in mind that they may grow to a size that is much big­ger than they are now. As such, you may want to con­sider get­ting a cage big enough for them to com­fort­ably grow into, rather than one that fits just right for now. This, in the long run, can save you money as you will be buy­ing one sin­gle cage rather than two (or more) in dif­fer­ent sizes.

Smaller pets, such as mice, are able to squeeze through the tini­est

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