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So I have an xpen for my girlzz..we have two that are combined together.. i usually just use it for play time but now i am thinking about attaching it to the cage so that they can play in it whenever they like and so that they have a much larger area.
The only problem is that they always bite at it and manage to move it
Is there any way that i can keep it in place? My floors are hardwood.