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Last Post by Sarita at 11/18/2010 9:14 AM (3 Replies)
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User is Offline Jessi
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11/17/2010 4:08 PM

So Im building marleys cage and i dont fully trust that she will never pee outside her litter box again and so i was going to put a strip of linuleum along the walls of her cage to protect the underneath carpet and then use cauling to seal it. Has anyone else done this before? Do you think it would be a good and safe idea?


User is Offline allegrabunny
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11/17/2010 4:14 PM
I guess I would be the most concerned about her eating the chauking maybe you could chauk and then cover the inside with a bit of untreated pine corner edging. you should try looking at leithpetwerks.com they sell some really nice cages and if you read the description you may get some more ideas.

User is Offline mocha200
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11/18/2010 8:45 AM

I used caulk on my bunny's condo. I didn't really think of them eating it. and they haven't so far. One tip I have is to put untreated wood trim around any openings in the floor ( like an opening for them to jump onto the next level) because my buns ate a whole bunch of the linoleum.

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User is Offline Sarita
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11/18/2010 9:14 AM
I've used caulking in this manner with no problem too.
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