Abby asked in PetsOther - Pets · 7 years ago

Is this cage big enough for two ferrets?

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    yes that is plenty big enough...however...I would not suggest buying it..if you look there is a lot of open space between the shelves..no "middle" floor, if one of your furbabies fall they have a LONG way to fall and bang against things before hitting the bottom, I have seen a lot of ferrets injuired by that cage and cages like it. At the rescue we use these cages http://www.amazon.com/Prevue-Hendryx-485-Products-... and they are big enough for 2-4 ferrets, another good cage is http://www.amazon.com/Ferret-Nation-Habitat-Model-... its more expensive though and I really think the Prevue cages are better.

    Source(s): Proud Ferrent *ferret parent* for 20 years! Have had 14 ferrets of my own and ran a ferret rehab/shelter for 6 years where I have taken care of over 200 ferrets. Happy to answer any ferret related questions, just email me at TheRugSharkTank@aol.com!
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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    No. The only acceptable cahe for ferrets is a ferret nation double unit. If you cant afford that, can you afford $2,000 a year to care for ferrets? Look up ferret-world.com and talk to a ferret vet near you.

    • Emily6 years agoReport

      Since when does it take $2,000 to care for two ferrets in a year? It costs me probably around $300-$400 including toys, vet bills (rabies, distemper,

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  • 7 years ago

    If the two ferrets get along well and you let them out to play and get more exercise you should be able to house two ferrets comfortably in that cage.

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