Cavy Sleigh Ride

Share some Winter Magic!

Come on, it's lovely weather for a Cavy Sleigh Ride together with you. Our latest cage creation features a Large (2x4 grid) Cage with a dropdown wall! This provides full access to the entire lower level and Cavy Cafe Kitchen - making it easier than ever to clean the cage, refill hay and interact with your piggies. Energetic cavies will also love zooming up and around our Wide Loft Loop for festive games and scenic views. Add cozy fleece bedding plus accessories in the Special Edition Frosty Friends Bundles from Guinea Pig Market to create a perfect home for the holidays.

The Large (2x4 grid) cage is recommended for 2-3 female guinea pigs. For 2 males, we highly recommend upgrading to the XL (2x5 grid) Cage.

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

Prices noted below are base prices. Adding features and options can increase the price of each item.

Cage from Guinea Pig Cages Store:

For the Cage Stand:
Note: (4) Standard Grids and (3) Connectors that were removed for the Drop-down Wall will be used for the top of the Cage Stand. You will also need the following:

For the Dropdown Wall:

For the Floating Forest:

  • (2) Ledge Grids in Black - $4.29 each
  • (1) 1.25” Hinge (cut in half and attached to the end of the ledge grid to level it) - $3.99

Fleece and Accessories from Guinea Pig Market:

Make Your Own Floating Fleece Forest

Get creative with this Floating Fleece Forest that can be placed in a variety of locations throughout the cage. Attach two of our Ledge Grids to the cage using zip ties. To keep the Floating Forest level, take a 1.25” Hinge, cut it in half and attach one half to the end of each ledge grid. Complete your Floating Forest with a Fleece Forest in "Wonderland/Red/Green" and a Futon Topper "Fringe" in White from Guinea Pig Market, or choose your own fabric combo to match your cavy style.

Floating Forest

1 comment(s)
Alissa Johnson August 15, 2020 4:24 PM (reply)
Is it possible to do this with a covered cage?

55 comment(s)
TeresaM (Store Admin) August 15, 2020 4:29 PM (reply)
Yes, but you'd have to lift off and remove the Wonder Bar that will sit in front of the loft and open the cover if you want to take advantage of the swing down front wall. This is the cover that goes with the cage as pictured in this setup: (XL Cover with Wide Loft)

1 comment(s)
crystal piserelle September 23, 2020 9:21 PM (reply)
What would I need to do this type cage stand if I have a 2x5 with offset 2x2 loft? Also I have the regular walls not the drop down if that makes a difference.

2 comment(s)
TheNoobie November 10, 2020 12:55 PM (reply)
How do you make the dropdown wall?

55 comment(s)
TeresaM (Store Admin) November 10, 2020 4:20 PM (reply)
You need the items listed under the "For the Dropdown Wall" heading. They are just overlapped and cable-tied together as shown in the photo. The cable ties are the hinge and they are held in place with the binder clips. Unclip to drop down. Re-clip to hold in place.

2 comment(s)
TheNoobie November 11, 2020 10:40 AM (reply)
Thank you very much

1 comment(s)
lily1376 November 18, 2020 10:36 PM (reply)
can you do the drop down wall with the jumbo style wide loft version

39 comment(s)
Teresa November 18, 2020 10:38 PM (reply)
ONLY if the Wide Loft is offset, as in this image. Otherwise, there isn't enough support. It might take more than one binder clip to secure the top half of the wall, as it will be longer and heavier, but it should still work.

1 comment(s)
Crito April 5, 2021 11:14 PM (reply)
Is it possible for me to add a chubby section at the bottom instead of what is shown?

39 comment(s)
Teresa April 6, 2021 12:57 PM (reply)
If you mean 'cubby' and a regular, full-grid stand, yes. Instead of the items listed for the stand, instead, just go add the matching stand item:

1 comment(s)
Robyn L June 3, 2024 6:31 PM (reply)
Sorry if this is a silly question, but is this shade of green coroplast still available? At time of writing, I see three options: "grass, neon, and lime." Would this be "grass green"?

16 comment(s)
Teresa Murphy June 3, 2024 6:41 PM (reply)
The closest would be the Grass Green. That is an older color, and the color in this image was probably brightened a bit as I recall. That green was fairly dark and duller. It was always hard to get that green to photograph well. The current grass green is a nice medium green that is just a tad 'warmer.'

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