- Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 6 x 13.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000HHOBRO
- Item model number: 32700 83655
- Average Customer Review: 42 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #301,037 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies) Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
Hartz Play City Extreme Home Hamster and Gerbil Small Animal Cage
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- Comfortable and complete home
- Sturdy and easy to clean
- Raised based minimizes bedding overflow
- Round edges to resist chewing
- Connects to all Hartz Play City and Hartz Play City Extreme Accessories
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The big problem we had happened this morning. I woke up and went into the room and found the hamster's right rear leg caught in between two cage wires. This was in the front near the bottom right where the center piece links with the other piece. I don't know how long she was like that because I was asleep, but when I found her she was frantically trying to get out. Her leg was awkwardly stretched completely straight and she was trying to bite her own foot off.
It took me a few minutes to get her out. Not that she could, but she's not making any noises and seems to be going about okay. The problem is, she is not using her right rear leg. It is stretched out abnormally and just drags along. I think it's either broken or dislocated. I'll probably have to take her to the vet soon.
This may have been a freak occurrence, but be warned.
*** Update January 2012. The hamster got caught again and severely injured her leg, which may have contributed to her eventual demise. I would not buy this cage. Stay far away!
My dwarf hamster got her hind leg stuck at the top of the cage where the plastic dome meets the wires and badly broke her leg in several places. I found her dangling by her leg and was able to free her by pulling the pieces of the cage away from her but she was already badly injured.
There wasn't much the vet could do to help her. She chewed off her own leg. This injury lead to pain and suffering and ultimately her death...as well as my guilt and a broken heart.
I wish I would have known more before this happened. These tiny hamsters are very fragile and with some online reading you can find that they are much more safe in a bin cage or an aquarium type enclosure and thrive with a minimum 450 sq inches of space.
Please don't make the same mistake as I did with this terrible purchase!
Play city LOL, should be called sad tiny messed up cage,"not a city at all" the only good thing you can do with this cage is put the frame of it into a "Diy bin cage" so the poop from the wheel don't get everywhere and your mice or hamsters have more room, and for the issue of the dumb cage falling apart I had to use a lot of zip tie's to hold it together, for now that's what I'm doing, till I get a new wheel and some tube's all that for my Diy bin cage then I will get rid of this dumb play city cage once and for all!!! Btw before Diy bin cage my first and sec.mouse got killed using this cage, my cats can tip it over so easy if it's put on a table or something,and then it just fall's apart, that's how my first mouse got killed,then I put it on the floor the cats didn't tip it over but they killed sec mouse by getting it's tail "that so often stick out of everything in this cage" they ripped the skin off,she died of infection ; (
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