The MidWest Homes for Pets Cat Home is our best cat cage

The MidWest Homes for Pets Cat Home may have a few cons but they are nothing to worry about, such as the fact that the casters may not adhere to all cat weights so be sure to not load too much cats inside or consider a bigger cage for that.

Midwest Homes for Pets 36 inches long by 23.5 inches wide by 50.5 inches high Cat Playpen: Cat gift, Cat Cage

I have a Midwest Guinea Pig Habitat cage for my two girl pigs and I want to move it into the main part of the house but if I do that our cats will be able to see them. Right now, I keep the lid locked on the cage behind a closed door in our guest bedroom unless we put the cats in the garage so we can play with the guinea pigs without them around. The two cats have shown curiosity toward the guinea pigs but since the cats are not allowed in the same room as the GPs they have not interacted with them at all. I want to move the cage into another room where we will see them throughout the day but I am afraid the cage is not secure enough to leave them alone with the cats. Does anyone use the Midwest cage and have cats? Is there anything I should do to increase the security of the cage?

(Midwest Cat Cage Review) - Duration: 10:49

Midwest Life Stages Double-Door Folding Metal Dog Crate, 36 Inches by 24 Inches by 27 Inches: Cat gift, Cat Cage At five a.m. one morning, we were shocked awake by the sound of a cat screeching in pain. We ran out to our living room and saw our cat Scottie hanging by one toe from the corner of the cage we had recently bought for a litter of kittens we were fostering. Her toe was caught in a gap between the panels of the cage, and she was twisting and writhing in mid-air in a futile effort to free herself. She hung there in excruciating pain for several minutes while we struggled to release her toe from the bars of the cage. By the time were able to free her, the toe was so severely damaged that it had to be amputated.
This cage, the Cat Playpen (Model 130) by Mid-West Homes for Pets, has dangerous gaps at its corners that make it easy for cats to catch thir toes, resulting in severe pain and irreparable injury. Similar cages made by other manufacturers do not have these gaps. But in spite of my complaints, Mid-West Homes for Pets continues to sell these hazardous cages and has to refused to reimburse me for over $1200.00 in vet bills that resulted from this cage's poor constuction and design.
Please sign my petition demanding that Mid-West Homes for Pets take this dangerous cage off the market!

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