My boys back up, and pee OUT of the cage. They were getting stains all over my freshly painted walls. Soooooooooooooooo, I got a cloth shower curtain (OK, 3 of them so I could change them out) that is the same color as the wall and hung it behind the cage. Now I can take it down and wash it, and since it matches the wall, the boys don't even notice it. And no one else notices it either! I would definitely NOT use the plastic shower liners. I would also start off with 1 curtain, in case your chinnies DO notice and try to eat at it. Hope this helps someone! ~Holly~
I just went and bought a couple yards of pretty patterned fleece and draped it around the sides and back of the cage and weighed the gathered ends at the top down with a pretty peice of marble slab I interchange with the one in her cage after cleaning it. No more "wall decorations". I bought too much so it makes a double layer which may be necessary for complete protection, I don't know. She does tend to reach thru and grab a corner of it and pull that through the bars occasionally but it is only a small section and I just pull it back out when I see it. From what I hear plexiglass is awfully expensive but I may have heard wrong.
Last Edit: Jan 24, 2012 11:41:41 GMT -5 by xanadu1jw
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