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Rat Manor features four 3/8" wire mesh levels and three laddersWire mesh platforms provide a safe and sanitary living space for your pet ratFeatures washable, chew-proof, heavy duty welded wire that also has a convenient stain-resistant powder coated finishDeep metal base helps to prevent to prevent scatters and spills, which reduces mess around the habitatSpacious enough to allow for various toys and rat suppliesPetco rat cages feature easy to assemble interweaving wire connection
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Is this a good cage for 2 rats?

I am about to get 2 female fancy rats. I have had one pet rat before but she had a small one level cage so this time i want to get my pets the perfect home. would you recomend this cage for them? also if i don't cover the mesh on the ramps and other levels will the rats feet be ok?
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Yes, two rats live very comfortably in this cage. I have two in mine. They have plenty of room to play and climb. The wire floors don't 'hurt' their feet but they are definitely more comfortable with something over the wire. I just lay wood cut to size on the two shallow shelves so that they have a choice of surfaces (bedding on the bottom, wire middle shelf & wood on the other two).
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My son has 2 female rats & this is the cage we have. It is perfect for them. We dont cover the ramps/levels & have had no problems with their feet. :)
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Pretty much "yes" to everything. The cage is big enough for 3 rats; the mesh is fine for little ratty paws.
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It is perfect for two rats
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I have a degu and he needs a cage.

Do you have a reasonably priced cage that has no plastic and that I don't have to worry about him getting bumble foot? He is a rescue degu and has a lot to learn about humans and trust. I did go to the local store but was unable to find a cage that I was comfortable purchasing.
The store does carry degu food and dust. And, we also adopted a teddybear hampster and I was able to find everything I needed at the store.
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I would imagine that a degu would be a bit too big for a cage like this. The ramps are not very wide nor is the openings between levels. You would be better off getting a cage designed for ferrets are they are a bit larger openings between levels, greater height distance between floors, and wider and more supportive ramps between levels.
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I think this cage would be really good for you Degu, you can just cover the mesh floor with fabric or tiles.
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the rat manor produced by petco. should be great for your degu but make shure over the first month when a little of the paint wares off where you shut the cage door is still tight to open all it takes sometimes is that little bit of wear and spacing to make it loose you or some one you know shouldnt have any problem slightly bending the door clip to snugly fit again im just saying because there like a gerbil but 3-4x larger so keep that in mind!
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how many rats can you fit into a large cage

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The Petco Rat Manor can comfortably house up to 3 adult male rats and up to 4 adult female rats MAXIMUM. Obviously when it comes to space, the more the better so keep that in mind. I currently have 3 males in one of these cages and 3 females in another. Female rats, although smaller, are more active and need additional room. Male rats are more laid back and lazy and could benefit with added hanging hammocks/ lounge spaces.
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No more than 3 females OR 2 males.

No less than a pair per cage do to social requirements.

I, personally, love this cage, even though Critter Nation cages are better.
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It has four floors so I would only put two males or three females in one cage.
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Is this a good cage for two baby female rats?

I recently got two baby rats. I was wondering if this cage is good for them. I was worrying that they would be able to slip through the bars.
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Yes this cage is fine for young rats. I had 2 five week old female rats in this cage with no indication they could get through the bars. They love it!
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if your rats are already weaned, it should be fine. i've raised babies from five weeks old and up in the petco rat manor with no problems! (actually i have one that age in mine right now!) the slats betwee the bars are barely wide enough to shove just about the center of the meat of the tip of your pinkie into (so about less than a third of your pinkie, roughly 1/4"). i've never bred any of my females, but i would think it would be safe even for hairless pups in a nest set up on the lower level.
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It depends on how old they are, my girl are still rather young, and they have been in the cage since they were about 6 weeks, and I know for rats they are usually decent sized at that point. Before then it'll be up to you. I originally had mine in a 10 gallon tank til they got a bit bigger because I worried about the same thing. Also I found it easier to have that 10 gallon tank for when I clean their big cage, I have somewhere decent sized to house them as I clean their cage top to bottom.
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Would this cage work for 2 guinea pigs?

I am looking for a nice big cage for my 2 grown guinea pigs. Something that has a lot of space for them to move around and this is exactly what I'm looking for but this is for rats so i don't know if it works for guinea pigs.
p.s. If this doesn't work for guinea pigs what is a good, big cage that is under $100
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not good for guinea pigs
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No, the ramps and openings from one level to the next are not wide enough to house one guinea pig, let alone 2.
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Guinea pigs are not climbers like rats are for one. And second, the openings from one level to the next are not very big. A young guinea pig might be able to use this for a little while, but I would not recommend it. For a guinea pig, look for for length or wide diameter spacing and less about height.
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Can you keep a Guinea Pig in here?

Wanting a guinea pig and thought this cage was nice but didn't know if it was good for guinea pig.
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I would not reccomend this cage for guinea pigs. Guinea pigs are not climbers and would not take advantage of the upper shelves. Also, their short legs combined with larger claws would make traversing the wire shelves and ramps dangerous for them. They are not the most agile of critters. Guinea pigs need a large uninterrupted surface area that can be covered in bedding instead of height.
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Not good for a guinea pig, they are too big and cant get on any of the other levels.
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No I wouldn't recommend this cage for a guinea pig because the openings on the floors are not big enough for a full size guinea pig.
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Would this cage be safe for two rats?

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I see no reason why it would be unsafe. It's practically inescapable and you can adjust where the shelves are to prevent any long falls you think may happen. If you really wanna be overcautious, you can stretch bolts of cloth tied to the corners for them to land in. They'll think it's great fun! :D
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Yes! It would be perfect for up to 4 rats at most, but 2 would be very comfortable in it :) My four ladies love it. They'll still need social time out of their cage though.
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Yes, it is big enough for three though I consider it a "condo" to the Critter Nation's. Not much room to run.
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Would this cage fit 3 rats comfortably?

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I think three rats would do well in this cage. I have two in mine and they have plenty of space. I think one more added to the space would be acceptable. But as with any rat, no matter how much space they have in their cage, make sure that they get free roaming time out of the cage as often as possible.
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Yes. We have 2 rats in this cage and there is tons of room. I think 4 would even be ok.
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I would say it depends on the size the rats. I have a dumbo rat this is a runt and it could easilty fit three. If your rat is on the larger size then I would probably say only two. You dont want them to feel crowded.
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buy extra plateforms

I've purchased one of these cages last year. Now the wire mesh platforms and ladders are starting to fall apart is there any place I could purchase just those pieces. The cage is just the right size. If you could let me know and the price that would be great thank you
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The manor is made by Petco so the only place to get replacement shelves and/or pans is on Petco.com or in a Petco store, although I do not think they make these things you have to buy a whole need cage.
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No. according to Petco, you have to buy a whole new cage.
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How big is the floor space of the Petco Rat Manor Habitat?

I need a new cage and want to know the dimesions
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As stated in the description, the measurements for this cage are 16.5" L X 22.5" W X 32" H. Your "actual" floor space is more like 15" L x 22" W bottom floor/center floor and 15" L x 7" W for the two wire shelf levels.
I have two of these cages- one for my male rats (3) and one for my female rats (3). I would not exceed more than 3 males and 4 males in these cages.
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The dimensions are available in the product description, just search the product.

This cage is big enough for 3 female rats OR 2 male rats. No more. Also, you HAVE to have a pair of rats per cage.
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What is the size and weight of the box the Rat Manor Habitat is shipped in?

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According to the USPS, it shipped at 13.2 lbs.
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I don't recall however its not very heavy, just awkward shaped. I could easily lift it myself.
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Could this be used for a single ferret?

I've had 4 rats before and I still have this cage, I was thinking about getting a ferret and I was curious if it could live in this rat cage. c: thanks.
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I would think this would be too small for a single ferret. The openings between levels don't seem very big not to mention the ramps between levels are not very wide either. You might be able to use this with a very small, young ferret but not for more than a couple weeks
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I have two ferrets, and this cage is not nearly big enough to hold one ferret comfortably. You will need to get one of the giant multilevel cages for that. They need to have at least one hanging bed, water bottle and a food bowl and still comfortably move around. They need all that extra space. I do recommend getting two ferrets as well, because they are HIGHLY sociable creatures. Unless you are going to be spending A LOT of time with the one.
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If I bought 2 of these cages could i connect them together ?

I am going to get a female and male rat. And plan on getting some babies, so i wanted to get two to separate the male and the babies. And then introduce them when the babies are about a month old and was wondering if its possible to connect the two cages to make a bigger cage. Because otherwise 1of the cages wont be used.
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No you can't connect them. The cage does have two doors and you could connect them but you would have to make a new door to access both cages. The cage itself could hold 4 to 7 rats easy.
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They are not designed to be connected together with any other units. I would suggest a 10 gal tank and topper for the mother and babies.
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What are the dimensions of this cage?

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It says 16 long 22 wide 30 high but they have it backwards it is 22 long 16 wide 30 high
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22 1/2 L x 17 W x 21 1/2 H
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What are the cage dimensions (in inches)?

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22 1/2. L x 17 W x 31 1/2 H
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If you are asking about the Rat Manor habitat its 16.5" L X 22.5" W X 32" H
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Can Russian Dwarf hamsters live in the Petco Rat Manor Habitat can gerbils

I have a russian dwarf hamster and was wondering if just a dwarf hamster period could live in here. Also could a gerbil live in here? Would the ramps be to steep for a dwarf hamster or a gerbil? Are the bars to wide? Could they squeeze out? Down below is my hamster & gerbil... ( my gerbil and hamster DO NOT live together, they DO NOT come in contact either...)
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I wouldn't recommend this cage for gerbild because I bet they can squeeze through the bars. Im not really sure about a hamster.
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I use this cage for my rats and while this sounds crazy, for the longest time I had a gerbil who lived with my rats in this same cage. He was a tiny gerbil, a rescue from being used as snake food, so he looks a little rough in the attached picture. However he lived happily with my boys, and never got out and the ramps were never an issue for him, he just climbed the walls lol.

So from my own experience, I'd say yes. You could use this cage for a few gerbils.
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Is this cage only sold online?

I am currently waiting for my check to come and I want to get a ferret and if this cage is this price in the store i can get everything at once.
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Yes on petco.com
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You can find this cage at a Petco store as well as online but it is more expensive.
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Can one adult chinchilla live in this cage?

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No. The openings to the levels are too small and the ramps are not sturdy enough.
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No. on the full level the opening is to small.
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I was wondering if a cage is $80 now is it the same price in the store?

It dosent say any discount or 20% off or anything it is the rat cage thank you!
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I got my cage at the store, and it was listed for the online price.
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In the store it's $99.99. It is really worth it.
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Can one chinchilla live comfortably in this cage?

I'm going to get a baby chinchilla soon, so I was hoping to find a suitable cage for him for a decent price. This one seems to fit both needs as long as he can fit. Obviously he will get bigger when he becomes an adult, so it will need to be big enough for him then too. If someone could please let me know soon, I would be forever grateful! Thank you!
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No. The openings to the levels are too small for a chinchilla. And a chinchilla does not need ramps because they jump from level to level. You want a cage with bigger openings and platforms that he can jump from.
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I don't think so. The openings to each level are not large enough for a chinchilla. And chinchillas don't need ramps, they just jump from shelf to shelf. The height is good for a chinchilla but I think the inside of the cage is not good for one.
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