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once you get him a bigger cage.. if he still continues to dig.. try and see what corner hes going at and throw in a cardboard box with a cut out so he can fit inside.. fill it with crinkled or shredded newspaper so he can dig dig dig!
Posted By BanditsMom on 08/24/2012 12:03 PM
His cage is one of those first timers cage that comes with food, toys ect.. I was thinking he is getting too big for his cage and was planning to upgrade to a larger one...so if it will help and give him more room then I'm going today and getting a larger one..I just want him to be happy
The cage did help Lola some. We also switch up her toys so she doesn't get bored - a lot of it was just trial and error to try to find something that works. I hope something works for ya!