Patricia Larsen

Patricia Larsen

Patricia Larsen
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Chinchilla Paw Print <3

Chinchilla Paw Print <3

Just beautiful! even better to put live eucalyptus and bamboo in their enclosure. They'll love it!

Just beautiful! even better to put live eucalyptus and bamboo in their enclosure. They'll love it!

SWING SHELF TOY RAT CHINCHILLA CHIPMUNK DEGU BIRD CAGE More

SWING SHELF TOY RAT CHINCHILLA CHIPMUNK DEGU BIRD CAGE More

Christmas Present for Guinea Pigs: Organic APPLE CHEW TOY Combination Pack For by FarmerDaveHay

Christmas Present for Guinea Pigs: Organic APPLE CHEW TOY Combination Pack For by FarmerDaveHay

Monster cage, two double critternation cages, quadcage diy — oh dear, Neville and Draco would love this ❤️

Monster cage, two double critternation cages, quadcage diy — oh dear, Neville and Draco would love this ❤️

DIY cage idea: large box turned vertically (for limited space) and add different levels/platforms. Use some sort of varnish/sealant to protect wood from urine (make sure whatever is used is not going to be harmful to the rats!)

DIY cage idea: large box turned vertically (for limited space) and add different levels/platforms. Use some sort of varnish/sealant to protect wood from urine (make sure whatever is used is not going to be harmful to the rats!)

Unsafe Woods for Chinchillas

Unsafe Woods for Chinchillas

Drill or cut a 'feeding' hole near the bottom, small enough that your bird's head can't get stuck in it. Next poke or drill a hanging hole in the lid. Lastly fill it with hay or paper shred plus seeds and treats throughout!

Drill or cut a 'feeding' hole near the bottom, small enough that your bird's head can't get stuck in it. Next poke or drill a hanging hole in the lid. Lastly fill it with hay or paper shred plus seeds and treats throughout!

Drill or cut a 'feeding' hole near the bottom, small enough that your bird's head can't get stuck in it. Next poke or drill a hanging hole in the lid. Lastly fill it with hay or paper shred plus seeds and treats throughout!

Drill or cut a 'feeding' hole near the bottom, small enough that your bird's head can't get stuck in it. Next poke or drill a hanging hole in the lid. Lastly fill it with hay or paper shred plus seeds and treats throughout!

Take bookcase & cut holes in between interior sides and you have a cat condo. This could also double as a room divider.

Take bookcase & cut holes in between interior sides and you have a cat condo. This could also double as a room divider.