This is my set up for Monty our new duprasi (adopted from a friend of a friend). It's a 30x12x15" tank with a mesh lid. Just over half the tank has a removable platform about 6" up from the base with a smaller, lower platform for the wheel. There is about 4" of finacard in the bottom to dig in with bits of carpet roll tube buried in it to simulate burrows. He seems very happy in there
Jane Mum to three human boys, six cats, 7 degus, 1 duprasi/fat tailed gerbil, 2 giant african land snails and a tank of cold water fish.
This is Pringle's new pad! She's settled into it nicely, she looks so much happier in this than she did in her old setup!
It's a komodo tank, which is basically just a critter's choice without shelves and with extra ventilation at one side. Bedding is Megazorb mixed with thin layers of hay and shredded tissue. The bottle is plastic, but it's in a metal bottle guard so she can't chew it.
Sorry for the rubbish picture, had to try to use my phone!
Post by obscuredreamer on Oct 16, 2012 19:55:45 GMT -8
Here is Kiwi sitting on top of her house. 20 gallon long tank. She has had the same "furniture" since I brought her home. I think I'm going to switch it up soon. I recently changed the color of her bedding, I think next I will change her background and maybe change the climbing wood to something else - maybe a different shape of java wood. Java wood is great - it seems to undestructable! (same as her coconut shell house and silent spinner - all in great condition still!)
Here's my home, it houses 4 female gerbils. I had a hardware store cut the boards to specification then I stuck them together. Its 4' x 2' x 1', I have a metal mesh (not the one in this picture) that covers it, and I've recently added large pieces of sink piping (I think), after cleaning it. I don't like cardboard tubing because it's noisy when they scratch it.