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IVAR jird's cage

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 16, 2013 01:06 AM
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by Jules Yap ( last modified Feb 15, 2013



Materials: IVAR shelf, plywood, acrylic glass, hinges, ...

Description: I used an IVAR shelf as framework for my jird's cage. At the moment, it houses 3 fat-tailed jirds and 6 bushy-tailed jirds.

The cage is in total 2,28m high (1,80m on the right), 0,50m deep and in an L-shape: from left to right: two 80cm-shelves, a corner element and a 80cm-shelf shortened to about 65cm, so that it fits exactly in the corner.

I finished the shelves with clear paint, fulfilling the German DIN EN 71-3-Norm (safety of toys, so the paint is not poisonous for the rodents and resistant against the urine).

The back is made of 4mm-plywood, at the front side I fitted acrylic glass in aluminum U-profiles, so they are easily removable for cleaning. The doors were made from 2x4cm laths and chicken wire. A few hinges and locks and voila, there is the jird's palace!

In the spare room on the left fit's an 80cm-Aquarium and there's storing room in the cabinet.
And the cats also love the IVAR!

~ Cryptomon, Germany




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