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    I recently got two rats and I am trying to upgrade their cage because their old one isn't much room. I was wondering if anyone had the All Living Things Luxury Rat Pet Home from Petsmart and what their thoughts on it was. I was going to get a Martins Cabin but I see this one is a little taller and I can't just get it at the pet store. Anyone have any reviews or thoughts on the cage, thanks it would be really helpful!

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    Little Fuzzy PrissyKrissy's Avatar
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    I have that cage for two boys. I actually like it alot. I know bigger is always better, but they are happy in the cage. I have a ton of stuff in their cage and i take them out for a few hours each day. I also switch their toys out when i clean their cage so i dont think they get bored. for the price of the cage I think its great.
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    Personally I didn't go with that cage when looking for a decently priced one because I found the rat manor. I think that the rat manor from petco is much better because it's all metal which prevents chewing out of the cage/can't chew the ledges up. It's $80 online and I got free shipping. It has an overall better rating too.
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    I'd really go for a Martin's R-695.

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    We have an All Things Living cage and yesterday my rats chewed right thru the pan at the bottom and escaped. I'm currently desperately ISO a new cage. I think we're going to go with a Martins 695 or maybe a Fiesty Ferret... but probably the Martin's. Here's a link to the pic of my cage http://www.ratforum.com/showthread.p...astic-cage-pic
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    I have the All Living Things cage for my two lazy boys. Probably why they never tried to chew their way out, like the person above's rats. ) If you have really hyper rats who love being out, I'd go for a metal cage that they can't chew their way out. But if you've got rats like mine, then you shouldn't have to worry too much.
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    Some one on that posts here reported not long ago that his three rats escaped through a hole that was chewed in the bottom pan.



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    Quote Originally Posted by watts300 View Post
    Some one on that posts here reported not long ago that his three rats escaped through a hole that was chewed in the bottom pan.



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    That was me! I posted the link in post #5 on this page. My 3 girls are now jammed in a super small hamster cage while we wait for our new cage to arrive
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    They'll be fine. It's a temporary enclosure. Seriously -- don't worry about them being crowded.


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