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Interpet Limited Superpet Crittertrail One Small Pet Cage
- 6mm wire spacing provides security for even the smallest furry friends
- Includes a food dish, water bottle and exercise wheel
- Features a removable petting zone and front access door
- CritterTrail Habitats are completely compatible to all CritterTrail accessories
- For dwarf hamsters, hamsters, gerbils, mice or other small animals
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This complete one level habitat will make your small animal friend feel right at home. The habitat features a removable petting zone for instant interaction with your pet and also doubles as a secure resting spot for your critter during cleaning. The One Level Habitat also comes with a food dish, water bottle and exercise wheel. Front wire door allows you to easily access your pet at any time. Ideal for mice, dwarf hamsters, hamsters and gerbils.
Size: Small | Color: Multi-Color
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Secondly, these crittertrail cages CAN be too small for Syrian Hamsters. Some Syrians can grow to be fairly large compares to other hamsters even in their own species. A large, long haired Syrian will have problems getting around tight corners in the tubes and can get stuck. For that reason, crittertrail as a brand should be purchased with a critical eye by the owner of the hamster, and not gifted, or purchased before the adoption of the hamster. You will want to be sure the tubes are large enough for your specific hamster to crawl through without difficulty.
That said. I have this cage for a short haired medium sized Syrian hamster and he gets around just fine. I wouldn't want a larger hamster in this cage, but after watching him closely and even specifically creating tube setups that were rather extreme to see if he would get stuck, he has had no problem whatsoever so a normal tube setup connecting my cages are not a worry for me. I disconnected all my tubes and made a snakey complex, set it on the floor, and then took my hamster out of the cage and ran him through it to test.
This cage is connected to a now discontinued tri level cage that I converted to a dual level cage with two full floors rather than ledges sows to increase his square inches of room. Between this cage, his original cage and another smaller cage he now has nearly 500 square inches of floor space to run around in as well as many different satellite objects I frequently rearrange, just to keep things interesting.
This particular cage is a very nice setup and allows for many different arrangements while only taking up 150 square inches of space.
My biggest complaint with crittertrail in general is that their clear plastics tend to be very brittle and can shatter easily if disassembled carelessly.
For the price however, I am quite happy with the cage, and like all crittertrail cages, as long as you know how to disassemble the cage properly, it is quite quick and easy to take apart and clean and put back together.
My only wish is that, aside from better durability, crittertrail allowed you to go to their website and build then order your own cage with all the little toys you want instead of being dependent upon finding them second hand or buying a whole new cage just for a couple small features which you can plug into another cage.
I ended up opting for a glass tank and natural accessories. I made the purchase and constructed my gerbils’ more natural habitat, but once the CritterTrail package arrived I couldn’t help myself, I had to open it and construct it. It was too cute!! I thought to myself, I’ll just use it as a traveling habitat, and I am perfectly comfortable with my decision. But please, please for those of you who choose to purchase this product I encourage you to think of this product in the same manner. It is NOT a suitable habitat for every day living. It’s way too small and your precious little pet will devour the plastic the habitat is constructed of.
I completely understand the attraction of this cute little obstacle course. OOOOOh, do I get it. But, please think of your animal first and only use the habitat as a temporary living environment.
1. the watterbottle is really a bit too low for Syrians, and it is unfortunate there is no way to adjust the height. Crittertrail makes other waterbottles that are better and compatible; you may wish to look into one.
2. Connecting the tubing to the cage is easy. DISconnecting it for cleaning is not, however. I broke a small peice on the plastic end that holds the tubes, and basically made the cage unusuable. I had to buy a $4.00 replacement from their website.
You may also experience issues with the door being loose as time goes on, as it is only force fit and has no latching mechanism; a potential escape hazard you will need to be watchful for.
Having said all that though, this is a fine addtion to a larger setup. Agian, this is ONLY acceptable as PART of a larger setup.
Many hamster owners are parents getting them for their kids without really understanding the requirements for keeping a hamster healthy and happy.
This is a fine cage, but only as a peice of a larger setup. It was easy to put together, has a nice no spill bottom, handy petting zone, and came with a decent wheel. It is totally unsuitable as a stand alone cage, however, particularly for dwarf hamsters. It would be fine for temporary storing, such as while moving or cleaning the rest of the setup , etc., but I cannot stress enough that it is not suitable alone as a hamster habitat. If you are looking for a cheap, spacious enough alternative, look for a large aquarium or find instructions on how to turn storage bins into suitable cages.
This cage has been used by my elem students for weekend hamster watch and is holding up very well for months.
FYI: we now put a little tape on top of the 2 floor bed quarters as our little hamster worked on the plastic latch by pressing against the lid all night until it finally slid out and he was free! Not ideal to lose the class pet in your heater duct for two days. But a touch of masking tape and we sleep sound with sneaky hamsters.