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Aretha Franklin's Homemade Cage
I built this out of a book shelf, plexiglas, and some brass hardware. I think it will do nicely. Now I can see pretty much everything she does. Oh and the front folds down for easy access. Which is the main reason I built it.
Posted by vomithamster on November 7, 2009 Full Size| Slideshow

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12 Comments

TwinkleRobo
12:44 AM on October 7, 2013 
That was really creative but I think you should use aquarium. This is a very nice cage!
bieber-robo-food-beadles-neon lover 777
4:53 PM on November 23, 2011 
Cool!!!!!!!!! I might use that for my new cage. :)
Kwik
3:53 AM on August 12, 2010 
Awesome. I would love to have something like that.
ashley
3:33 PM on February 18, 2010 
About how much did this cost you ?
ashley
7:01 PM on February 10, 2010 
i like your idea
samham
9:32 PM on December 15, 2009 
It looks pretty sweet in their!!!
Peeps
9:29 PM on November 19, 2009 
Wow awesome creation! We are moving to your house! thanks for sharing...Peeps
Hammy & Tammy
1:24 AM on November 19, 2009 
Interesting.. How does the waterbottle work?
Bean
6:31 PM on November 9, 2009 
vomithamster says...
The blue ball is her water source. It's a leftover from her previous cage, a habitrail ovo suite.

oh ok cool
Emma & Elizabeth
4:55 PM on November 8, 2009 
Thats the most interresting watter bottle ever! I love the little house too!
vomithamster
12:22 PM on November 8, 2009 
The blue ball is her water source. It's a leftover from her previous cage, a habitrail ovo suite.
Bean
9:52 AM on November 8, 2009 
that is soooo awesome!!i have the same wheel as u do!! :D
wat is that blue ball on the right?

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