Hi! I have two gliders and would love to get them a Reptarium cage because it will allow for them to have a bigger cage then they do now and the cleaning would be much easier. However, my boy can be a chewer and I know that gliders can chew through the mesh. Bad combo, so I was wondering if I need to give up this idea or if anyone has found a solution to keep gliders safe if they happen to chew a hole?? I was trying to think of some sort of additional reinforcement over the Reparium, but I can't seem to think of something that will work. Thanks in advance for any thoughts!
-Katey, Petrie, and Priscilla
Re: Reparuims and a chewer??
#134037 08/17/0607:56 PM08/17/0607:56 PM
I don't put in any chewer into a reptarium, instead my husband makes me big avairy cages with glider safe wire and treated wood. Here is a picture of one of the cages. I just can't afford to replace the covers that often, but its not hard to sew up any small holes. Angie