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Saw this yesterday afternoon, and absolutely HAD to grab my camera
Possum and Kitty laying belly/belly in their favorite tube.
The first few shots were too blurry to use because I was laughing too hard.
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enjoy!
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That's what it's all about, right there! <3
 

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At first I thought it was one rat sitting on it's butt, curled up. lol That is some seriously cute rattie actions you've got there!
 

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the smallest of my 2 girls is intent on bringing me presents when she is out of the cage. With my legs as a bridge to the coffee table she brings me back something, first time was a pen, the second time a nail file. She did try the tube of hand cream but it was a lot bigger than her so she left that one. lol.
 

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Ok, you have now convinced me to add come PVC pipe to my cage so my boys will be able to duplicate this scene...OMG it's too cute for words!

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Oh I highly recommend PVC pipe. The thin-wall 3-4" stuff is great. I got a 10 foot length from my local (pet friendly) hardware store (I've taken in my dog, both our Beardies, and a rat or 2 on occasion) for about $7 !!! That, a hacksaw, a little sandpaper (to smoothe off the edges), and a 3/8" drill; a couple of cheapie carabiners and you have a washable, comfy, climby thing. I even will put them at an angle and use them as ramps. The inside has a slight brushed finish so little ratty-feet can walk up so long as it isn't toooo steep. OH- and I tend to hang them at a very slight tilt, pointed away from anything damageable. PVC isn't so much absorbent (like cardboard) and I had a drainage incident - of course right into a food bowl. sigh.
At least I'm trainable. :lol:

Have fun
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you know what is also great alongg with pvc...chube tubes. they are really inexpensice (2-4$) and its just like pvc. but its edible and made from vegetable parchment. my girls love it.
 
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