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    Colony Pictures








    The gray one in this last picture is my Fav!

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    Re: Colony Pictures

    Mice are pretty cool, but I like what you did to secure the hardware cloth down. Very nice!

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    Re: Colony Pictures

    It takes a little time to do it, but it works great!

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    Re: Colony Pictures

    Can you tell me how to get the hardwire cloth on the tub? I have a tub just sitting around that I was planning on using as a dig box for my ferrets but I just haven't gotten around to making it so I figured I could use it as a mouse tub. And do you use the 1/4 inch hardwire cloth?
    Under Construction.....

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    Re: Colony Pictures

    Very nice.

    You have way more trust in that setup then I would....but its cool none the less....LOL

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    Re: Colony Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare Creatures View Post
    Very nice.

    You have way more trust in that setup then I would....but its cool none the less....LOL
    Why do you say that for?

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    Re: Colony Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Jay_Bunny View Post
    Can you tell me how to get the hardwire cloth on the tub? I have a tub just sitting around that I was planning on using as a dig box for my ferrets but I just haven't gotten around to making it so I figured I could use it as a mouse tub. And do you use the 1/4 inch hardwire cloth?
    The second picture shows the inside of the cage with the metal pieces.

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    Re: Colony Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Clear View Post
    Why do you say that for?
    Mice + Plastic = Mice loose in house.

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    Re: Colony Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare Creatures View Post
    Mice + Plastic = Mice loose in house.
    what do you keep your mice in. i have some mice in tubs and some in a rack with kitty litter tubs. the only ones that have gotten loose is the one hopper that hopped out on my shirt ran up jumped on the floor and was never seen again. lol




    0.1 mini weiner dog (the doodle)
    too many balls to list!!!!

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    I havent even had one try to chew on the plastic, they have plenty of other things to chew on. I even cleaned out the cage to check for scratches or chewing marks, none so far!

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