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Re: Advice please........ [Re: ] #26842
10/03/04 10:40 PM
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OMG! I just looked at the link in one of the above posts for the build-it-yourself cage, and they used plastic tie-wraps to attach the wire walls! <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/thinkerg.gif" alt="" /> Why didn't I think of that? I've been running all over town looking for those stupid J-clips/pig rings or whatever you call 'em! <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tantrum.gif" alt="" />

Re: Advice please........ [Re: ] #26843
10/04/04 09:58 AM
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LOL!!! I finally found a store that has a big cage and for a good price too.I think after I get the cage I am going to boycott the store though.I am so tempted to go and tip toe to the back of their store and see how they are housing their sugar gliders.But then I could get in trouble for that and well,the only person(s) that should be getting in trouble is the owners of the store.Honestly "PUT SOME SOX AND SHOES ON AND GET AN EDUCATION ON SUGAR GLIDERS!!!!"

Re: Advise please........ [Re: ] #26844
10/04/04 10:54 AM
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Is this some sort of plastic cage? If so, it won't work very well for gliders. Coated wire is best, preferably 1/2"X1" grid--as much cage as you can afford, and higher is better than wider. My cages are 2X2X5. They have a pull out tray, and we just line that with newspaper (the gliders never come in contact with it, just the mess). HTH

Re: Advice please........ [Re: ] #26845
10/04/04 10:59 AM
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Zip ties are the bomb!! We screwed around with j clips and j clip tools until we wore our knuckles out. Now, we just zip tie EVERYTHING, of course making sure things are safe for our gliders.

Re: Advise please........ [Re: ] #26846
10/04/04 11:05 AM
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No,its the metal kind of bird cage.Its about 4 foot tall and if not 2 foot wide and 2 foot deep,close to it for sure.Its about 1/2" spacing.He had another kind too that was about 3'wide 3'deep and about 3'tall but I didnt think it was tall enough.He said he can get them taller for a good price so I dont know.I am supposed to call today and see what he come up with.I am just going to be patient until the perfect one comes along.

Re: Advise please........ [Re: ] #26847
10/05/04 11:38 PM
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I saw a couple cages where the person that made them took a dremel to the edges where the wire had been cut and made them a little less sharp around the edges :o

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Re: Advise please........ [Re: ] #26848
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My husband's "Dremel" tool is great for smoothing out the cut edges of the wire. Anybody want to buy a cage?


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The cage I saw was at my breeder's house, and she said she bought it from a friend :o

Might be the same person (both the person who posted that and my breeder are located in Texas)...if it is, then that means I have spent way to much time around power tools to be able to recognize what exact tool was used just by looking at a final product <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/blush.gif" alt="" />

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