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Flynn has a new home!
From a sad 24"x24"x18" cage, to a new 2'x6' X-pen. The floor is vinyl on top of plywood, with wood on the edges to keep the pen from moving (hubby will be attaching the other side panel when he gets home from work). I'm so glad I got suggestions on here so we can give Flynn a more comfortable home.
My question is, do I need anything else in here?
I have a litter box with paper litter and hay on the far end, a plastic shelf thing turned upside-down so he has a place to hide, his food and water, and a soft pet bed. He seems to really like the hideaway, so I will probably invest in a nicer/better one soon. I think the hideaway is too low to put anything comfortable inside for him to lay on, any suggestions there? He tried out the pet bed, dug around on a bit then jumped off. I'm not sure if that will stay or not. I'm going to give him an old oatmeal container tube to play in, but do I need anything else?