Determine your cage type. Small animal cages either have wire sides or solid sides, like an aquarium.
Rat owners are excited by the different styles of cages that Martin's has to offer... and the rats think they're pretty cool, too! All rat cages are constructed of ½" x 1" wire and each has a drop-in pan. All balconies, ramps, and full middle floors are constructed of ½" x ½" galvanized wire mesh. The bottom floor of our rat cages are solid--the drop-in pan serves as the bottom floor of the cage. Rat cages are also ideal for hamsters and gerbils. Rat cages are available in your choice of galvanized or powder-coated wire. Powder coated cages are available in black only.
Plastic resting board provides a comfortable resting place in your rabbits cage! This unique resting pad provides relief from the wire floor in your cages for animals with sore hocks or soft pads on their feet. Washable plastic with smooth surface that is slotted to allow droppings to go through.
Martin's Cages is pleased to be your distributor of bulk wire mesh products. We offer wire mesh for caging, kennel flooring, machine/gate guards, home and garden fencing, gabion baskets, oyster trays, lobster traps, and more! Our wire products come in galvanized after weld and PVC-coating finishes, and are available in a wide variety of weights and mesh sizes.In cold climates, an outdoor cage is still an option, just pay close attention to ways to make life easier on that rabbit. Giving access to winter sunshine with a wire ceiling, attaching plastic sheeting around three sides of the cage to protect against strong winds or precipitation in the worst conditions, and designing a secure roof that will keep rain and snow out are three simple ideas to make your structure work the best for your animals in the cold; just like using fans, attaching misting fans to garden hoses, and filling plastic jugs with water and freezing them to place in the cages can help during the heat of summer.Deluxe and economy cages are available in 14 gauge hot-dipped galvanized-after weld wire. Travel cages are available in your choice of PVC-coated wire or galvanized wire. Now it’s time to decide what kind of wire mesh you will buy. There are several sizes and two basic kinds: galvanized before (which is more expensive) and galvanized after. Actually, galvanized before is also galvanized after. I would only use the more expensive variety if my cages were more subject to the weather or if I plan to use a lot of water under the cages, such as for washing away the rabbit waste. Our cages are in a barn, so we did not spend the extra money.