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Materials
Bathroom dresser or armoire
Fencing wire
Staple gun
Boards for shelves
Screws to attach shelves
Lock for door

Step 1:

Find a old bathroom dresser. It must he fairly large to house a Chinchilla.

Step 2:

Take all the shelves out. You might wanna leave the top one in.

Step 3:

Make a diameter around the outside of each of the doors. You will staple the wire to the inside of the doors.

Step 4:

Cut along the perimeter. Then take the doors off and begin stapling the wire to the inside of the door.

Step 5:

Wile you have the doors off add shelves. Make a square in the top leavel for the chin to get up to the top level.

Step 6:

Put the doors back on. And add a lock so chin can't get out.

Step 7:

You are done! Modify so you can add hay rack, water bottle and food bowl.
<p>ok i am going to get a chin soon and i need help i want a chinchilla cage that takes up a small amount of space but is still big enough for a chin </p>
<p>@Silverflash22 can i still make it and use it for a chin? if not, do you have any ideas for cages? </p>
<p>In response to @<a href="/member/Silverflash22" rel="nofollow">Silverflash22</a> and @<a href="/member/chinchillaluver13" rel="nofollow">chinchillaluver13</a>, you should use very fine sandpaper all around the inside to take the lacquer off and make it safe for Chinchillas :)</p>
<p>@Silverflash22 can i still make it and use it for a chin? if not, do you have any ideas for cages? </p>
<p>@Silverflash22 can i still make it and use it for a chin? if not, do you have any ideas for cages? </p>
Hey man I own a chinchilla and made a little shelf and I was super interested in this! But I don't think it's the best idea... The original wood on the dresser is coated something and or could be a harmful wood to chins. And other animals! I just have safety concerns they love to chew everything!

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