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 on: Yesterday at 08:10:52 PM 
Started by GirlEastoftheRhine - Last post by GrayRodent
Get stud bolts and wingnuts to go over them. To install the bolts you can put two wingnuts going opposite directions and lock them together then twist.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:45:57 PM 
Started by Hoppinchins - Last post by Hoppinchins
Thank you. I appreciate that.

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 on: Yesterday at 02:17:34 PM 
Started by GirlEastoftheRhine - Last post by GirlEastoftheRhine
I was just noticing the different color variations between the standard greys and sapphires and thought mine looked more like sapphires, didn't really look at too many beige ones until you said it and they do seem more to favor that 

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 on: Yesterday at 02:15:21 PM 
Started by GirlEastoftheRhine - Last post by GirlEastoftheRhine
thanks, I ordered them form ebay. about $4 for a set of 2 so I ordered 5 sets to have a few backups plus I'm still waitig for a corner ledge and a play ledge. wish I had the meas to make my own. one day maybe. I did habe to go to lowes and get new screws and wingnuts becayse tese ledges just came with regular screws. that would be a pain in the ass to clean and move every time, wingnuts, not so much.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:54:44 PM 
Started by Hoppinchins - Last post by GrayRodent
Very sorry to hear that. I'm giving you permission to post this on our chinchilla facebook page if you'd like as well. Just mention permission granted by Chris.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:37:05 AM 
Started by Hoppinchins - Last post by Hoppinchins
I am possibly looking to re-home two great chinchillas. It pains me to write this. My husband and I were blessed with twins last year. This have been really crazy. My husband takes care of the animals in the morning and I take care of them in the evening. We did make it through first crazy 3 months. I thought once the babies were a bit older I would be able to spend more time with the chinchillas. That has not been the case and I will be going back to work in the late summer. I know I really won't have time then. I want to make sure the chinchillas have a good home. We let them out once a day and they gets treats and chew toys. The problem with re-homing pets is you never know if they will be cared right or if it is better to just keep them. I am still not sure what is best.

They are both male and are standard gray. Pogo is 8 and Noel is 4. They had a check up when we moved 2 years ago and they were both healthy.

They have a big cage with wood shelves and a saucer. Some of the shelves need to be replaced. They also have a play pen.

Let me know if you are interested and I can give you more details.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:35:21 AM 
Started by Hoppinchins - Last post by Hoppinchins
I am possibly looking to re-home two great chinchillas. It pains me to write this. My husband and I were blessed with twins last year. This have been really crazy. My husband takes care of the animals in the morning and I take care of them in the evening. We did make it through first crazy 3 months. I thought once the babies were a bit older I would be able to spend more time with the chinchillas. That has not been the case and I will be going back to work in the late summer. I know I really won't have time then. I want to make sure the chinchillas have a good home. We let them out once a day and they gets treats and chew toys. The problem with re-homing pets is you never know if they will be cared right or if it is better to just keep them. I am still not sure what is best.

They are both male and are standard gray. Pogo is 8 and Noel is 4. They had a check up when we moved 2 years ago and they were both healthy.

They have a big cage with wood shelves and a saucer. Some of the shelves need to be replaced. They also have a play pen.

Let me know if you are interested and I can give you more details.

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 on: March 23, 2017, 10:38:15 PM 
Started by GirlEastoftheRhine - Last post by GrayRodent
Yeah I've had some chin owners panic thinking it was some kind of disease. Sapphires are pretty rare and you probably wouldn't get them except through a breeder.

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 on: March 23, 2017, 10:36:05 PM 
Started by GirlEastoftheRhine - Last post by GrayRodent
Those are really nice ones. Mine are just some plain sawed off planks that I cut on a table saw. Congrats. That looks beautiful.

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 on: March 23, 2017, 08:41:06 PM 
Started by GirlEastoftheRhine - Last post by GirlEastoftheRhine
we finally got the new ledges in and installed. Mira and Dove are going haywire over the now open space to jump and play! heres the before and after.

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