Back to Nature

Let's Get Back to Nature!

It's time for some rest and relaxation in our latest cage creation, which features a Large (2x4 grid) Cage. Your piggies can slow down and enjoy a meal in their Cavy Cafe kitchen area, and then take in the view from our stylish Piggy Patio. Throw in some cozy accessories in our Fox Fabric Collection from Guinea Pig Market and you've got a perfect piggy stay-cation.

This cage is recommended for 2-3 female guinea pigs or 2 male guinea pigs.

Like what you see? Recreate this cage with our easy shopping guides below.

Please note, prices are base prices. Adding features and options can increase an items' price.

Cage from Guinea Pig Cages Store:

  • Large (2x4 grid) Cage in Black with Black Grids and White Edging - $76.99
  • Piggy Patio in Black with Black Grids, White Edging and Black Ramp. Be sure to select the optional "Half Windows" on the patio listing. (The windows shown are optional. To ensure you'll receive extra connectors for this option, be sure to add them under the patio selections rather than purchasing them separately) - starting at $56.99
  • Cavy Cafe in White with Black Edging - $26.99
  • Cavy Canopy in Cream - $24.99
  • (18) Edgers for Coroplast in White (for the cage and patio) - $0.59 each

Fleece and Accessories from Guinea Pig Market:

Foxes Fleece Collection at Guinea Pig Market

2 comment(s)
Madison February 15, 2019 7:23 PM (reply)
I recently started having 2 Guinea pigs and I would like a new cage for them and maybe even more. But when I set up a playpen one of my escape artists attempts to climb the wall. Would it be worth getting a cage with a cover thing?

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TeresaM (Store Admin) February 28, 2019 4:08 PM (reply)
Well, there is a difference between attempt and actually scaling the wall. But, you know your animals best. If you think you need a cover, you should get a cover. If they are young males with females on the other side, then yes! get a cover, but most guinea pig situations do not need a cover. They cannot hoist their fat bums over the wall, nor do they really want to. The main purpose of covers is to keep kids, cats and dogs out. But, go with your gut.

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ebco182 August 30, 2020 7:01 PM (reply)
I love this design, and I think my little guy would love it too! Is is possible for this design to be covered to keep out a curious cat?

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Teresa Murphy August 30, 2020 7:36 PM (reply)
Well, not with the Acrylic windows. You'd have to change them to the half-grids. It might be possible, I'd have to think about it some more. :)

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LM81 July 31, 2021 7:07 PM (reply)
What is the square thing down in the bottom right corner? What pieces do I buy to make that? Thanks!

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Teresa July 31, 2021 8:29 PM (reply)
Ah, that's our "Fleece Forest" which is fleece strips hanging down from a grid. We sell it on our sister store, the Guinea Pig Market. The link to it is listed above under "Fleece and Accessories from Guinea Pig Market." It's one of the best hidey's to have. The pigs LOVE it! Stays clean for a longer time because they don't lay on it, they can still run through it and can't trap each other in it. Great for males.

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