The most cost effective 10 DIY Back garden Projects That Any person Can Make 2

The most cost effective 10 DIY Back garden Projects That Any person Can Make 2

One Boutique. Pawhut Outdoor Triangular Wooden Bunny Rabbit Hutch/Guinea Pig House with Run by Pawhut. Pawhut Outdoor Triangular Wooden Bunny Rabbit Hutch/Guinea Pig House with Triangular shape keeps weather off of roof;Easy to set up and move;Two acces

This is the bunny cage my boyfriend and I made for my two baby holland lops. The bottom is a crate pan bought from the pet store. The cage is  about 30" x 24" x 50" and cost less than $100 to make.

This is the bunny cage my boyfriend and I made for my two baby holland lops. The bottom is a crate pan bought from the pet store. The cage is about 30" x 24" x 50" and cost less than $100 to make.

Tired of always running to the store to buy wood shavings? Don't like the messy clean up? Try making these washable fleece liners. They are comfortable and cost-effective!

Washable Guinea Pig Cage Liners - Sewing Tutorial

Tired of always running to the store to buy wood shavings? Don't like the messy clean up? Try making these washable fleece liners. They are comfortable and cost-effective!

Have you tried our fabulous fleece cage liners yet? These are the perfect cost-effective alternative to wood shavings. These warm and cozy fleece blankets are great for rabbits, hedgehogs, guinea pigs, and all your furry friends...

Fleece Cage Liners for Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Hedgehog: Custom Made! Warm and Fuzzy! Absorbent Layer | Guinea Big Blanket

Have you tried our fabulous fleece cage liners yet? These are the perfect cost-effective alternative to wood shavings. These warm and cozy fleece blankets are great for rabbits, hedgehogs, guinea pigs, and all your furry friends...

Can guinea pigs eat wheatgrass? Yes! How to grow wheatgrass for your cavy instructions

Can guinea pigs eat wheatgrass? Yes! How to grow wheatgrass for your cavy instructions

Spanish explorers brought guinea pigs back from the New World to Europe, where they were kept as exotic pets.

Pocket Pets: Early Explorers Brought Guinea Pigs to Europe

Spanish explorers brought guinea pigs back from the New World to Europe, where they were kept as exotic pets.

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